Dale Julin Biography
A native of Laporte, Minnesota, Dale Julin is an American anchor working as a Weeknight Evening co-anchor for WJCL 22 News with Shannon Royster.
Julin attended San Diego State University where he graduated with a degree in Political Science and History.
Dale Julin WJCL 22 News
Julin works for WJCL 22 News as a Weeknight Evening co-anchor with Shannon Royster where he anchors 5 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm newscasts each weeknight. He joined the station in 2017.
He has worked for 9 years at WJCL’s Hearst sister station KSBW TV-8. While there, Julin anchored the number one rated morning newscast in Salinas, Monterey, and Santa Cruz.
Julin also previously worked KSEE-TV 24 (NBC) where he anchored the number one rated morning newscast as well as the evening newscast.
While at the station, Jukin won the prestigious Peabody Award for “The Atomic Bombshell.” This was an investigative report that uncovered a nuclear weapons accident in 1950 that may have exposed residents in the vicinity of Travis Air Force Base to harmful radiation.
Prior to joining KSEE-TV 24, he worked for KGET-TV 17 (CBS) in Bakersfield, Hearst sister-station, KCRA-TV 3 in Sacramento, and at ABC News in Washington.
Dale Julin Age
Julin was born in 1957. He is 63 years old as of 2020.
Dale Julin Height
Julin stands at a height of 6 feet 3 inches.
Dale Julin Salary and Net Worth
At the time this article was written there was no information on how much Julin earns as a Weeknight Evening Anchor for WJCL 22 News.
His net worth is also under review. We will update this information as soon as it is available.
Dale Julin Wife and Children
Julin is married to his wife Patricia. He is a very private man especially, about his family. As a result, there is no information available about his wife. They reside in Savannah.
Julin ad his wife Patricia have two children together; both girls. Both of their daughters are in college. We will provide more information about the couple’s children as soon as it is available.