• Shauna Lake is a news anchor with KUTV, a CBS affliliate in Salt Lake City, who has a net worth of over $3 million.
• She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
• She was arrested for Driving Under the Influence in 2017 and pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of impaired driving.
• She is active on social media, particularly Twitter and Facebook, where she updates followers on the latest news and shares personal stories.
• She enjoys listening to music, reading books, and running in her free time.
Who is Shauna Lake?
Shauna Lake was born on 10 August 1970, in Sacramento, California, USA, and is a news anchor, best known for her work with the television station KUTV, which she has been a part of for over two decades. She has hosted shows for the network including “Person 2 Person” and “Fabulous”. She has been active as a broadcaster since the 1990s.
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The Riches of Shauna Lake
How rich is Shauna Lake? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $3 million, earned through a successful career in broadcasting. She reportedly earns an annual salary of at least $60,000, and as she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Shauna has not shared a lot of details about her past, and there is almost no information available about her family and childhood. She grew up with two brothers, and after matriculating from high school, she set herself up for a career on television, enrolling at Brigham Young University (BYU) and completed a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
The university is a non-profit research university located in Provo, Utah, and is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), and is known for being one of the more selective schools in the area, It offers undergraduate education for 179 majors, and there are also 62 masters and 26 doctoral degrees in the university. The school is known for adhering to an honor code in line with the teachings of the LDS – they have a dress code and grooming standards, while alcohol, drugs, and extramarital sex is prohibited. Approximately 99 percent of the students in the university are members of the LDS Church, with required courses in religious education.
After graduating, Lake got her first career opportunity with an ABC affiliate located in Bangor, Maine. She did not stay there long, however, as she quickly made the switch to the Murray, Utah-based station KUTV in 1994, a CBS affiliate, licensed to Salt Lake City, and a part of a triopoly alongside KJZZ-TV and KMYU. The three stations share studios, and they are known for broadcasting over 36 hours of locally produced newscasts each week. She has been involved in numerous tasks for over 20 years of service with the network.
During her early years with KUTV, she anchored the morning and noontime shows, and weekend shows alongside Brian Mullahy. In recent years, she’s often seen broadcasting the show called 2News during the afternoon and late evening broadcasts, on the five, six, and 10PM broadcasts, usually interviewing important personalities in Utah, or celebrities who have come to visit. Thanks to her work, she has become a two-time honorary of the Utah Broadcasters Association, for her work in broadcasts featuring children.
Recent Endeavors and Drunk Driving Episode
In 2017, Shauna was arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI), as she allegedly drove home drunk after coming off work. The arrest cause a bit of stir among her followers, with half of them becoming livid due to her behavior while others were supportive of her. She made a public apology the next day, acknowledging her mistake and asking for forgiveness, crying the entire time during the apology. She pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of misdemeanor of impaired driving, and was ordered to pay a fine of $1460 while also completing eight hours of community service. She will also serve a year of probation which includes attending a two hour class called the Victim Impact Panel.
This was the first time an incident like this occurred in her life, and it was a wake-up call for her as she was apparently veering into the path of alcoholism in recent months. Since then, she’s returned to her broadcasting duties, and during her free time often gets involved in charity or community events within Utah. She usually covers recent noteworthy news in the state, while occasionally touching on pressing news from around the country. She also covers a lot of breaking news for the station.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Lake married Todd Nathaniel Marshall and even adopted his last name, going professionally as Shauna Lake Marshall for a brief period. They have two children together but their marriage eventually ended in divorce in 2016.
She enjoys listening to music, and her favorite musician is Charlotte Martin. She reads during her free time, often works by Ayn Rand. Some of the books she’s read include “The Fountainhead”, “The Atlas Shrugged”, and “Anthem”; she also enjoys art. She spends some of her free time running.
What are you doing? Turn to @KUTV2News 2 news at 6 starts in 3 minutes. @KUTVMARK #2news. See you then! ? pic.twitter.com/pJbtrjYYOf
— Shauna Lake (@KUTVShauna) January 10, 2017
Similar to numerous broadcasters, Shauna is highly active online through accounts on social media. She has an account on the website Twitter, on which she has over 6,000 followers, and uses it to update followers on the latest news, while also using the platform to communicate with fans. She uses Twitter to talk about her family, and posts about some encouraging stories or advocacies she is into. She has a Facebook page too, with almost 40,000 followers, on which she posts personal photos though she doesn’t use it as much as her other accounts. She also posts promotions and recent news through her account, promoting her broadcasts on KUTV.
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