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Shannon Cake Biography | Wikipedia

Shannon Cake is a well-known American journalist and news anchor. She started her career in radio news serving for an NPR-affiliated station. She moved into television news when she was hired at WMBB-TV in Panama City.

An opportunity with Contact 5 at WPTV NewsChannel 5 drew her to West Palm Beach in 1996. Her work has changed policies in guardrail protection along Florida’s busiest roadways, pushed local legislation that has influenced restaurant cleanliness, and exposed government waste when it comes to Medicare spending.

Shannon Cake Age | Birthday

How old is Shannon Cake? Shannon was born to her parents in Fort Knox, Kentucky, in the United States of America. However, he has not shared the exact date, month, and year she was born.

Thus, the exact date and month she celebrates her birthday is currently not clear. Her exact age is also under review. We will keep you posted once information is clear from our reliable source.

Shannon Cake Nationality | Ethnicity

Shannon holds American nationality and citizenship. She is of white ethnicity and heritage. She was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky, in the United States of America.

Shannon Cake Education

Shannon received her high school diploma. She enrolled at Alabama University in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She pursued and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 1992.

Shannon Cake Body Measurements | Height | Weight

How tall is Shannon Cake? Shannon is a woman of medium stature. She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches approximately 1.65 meters. Drawing from her pictures, she also manages to maintain average body weight.

More information concerning her other body measurements and her exact body weight is under review. Information will be updated.

Shannon Cake Family | Parents

Shannon was born to her father and mother in Fort Knox, Kentucky in the United States of America. She was brought up in eight different states with three foreign countries due to her father’s work.

Her father is an ex-military man. However, she has not shared more details regarding her parents. It is also not clear if she has any siblings. We will keep you posted once the information is clear. Keep the tab open for more updates.

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Shannon Cake Marriage | Husband

Shannon is happily married to her loving husband, Joe. They got married on August 15, 2007. Her husband is a Navy veteran. They started dating in 2004.

They celebrated their sixteenth anniversary on August 15, 2020. The couple is proud parents of two sons, Christian and Joseph. Christian was born in 2009 and Joseph who is their second born was born in 2011. The family resides in west Palm Beach Florida.

Shannon Cake Net Worth

Shannon is a hard-working journalist who has managed to accumulate a decent amount of wealth throughout her career. She has an estimated net worth of around $1.5 million.

Shannon Cake Salary

Shannon is currently serving as an investigative reporter and Anchor at WPTV-TV in West Palm Beach. She manages to pocket a decent amount of money every month. She earns an estimated annual salary of around $79,878.

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Where is Shannon Cake now?

Shannon is serving five stations at WPTV-TV five stations in West Palm Beach, E.W Scripps Company, and NBC affiliate.

Who is Shannon Cake Husband?

Shannon is happily married to her loving husband, Joe. They got married on August 15, 2007. Her husband is a Navy veteran. They started dating in 2004.

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Shannon started her career in radio news serving for an NPR-affiliated station. She moved into television news when she was hired at WMBB-TV in Panama City.

An opportunity with Contact 5 at WPTV NewsChannel 5 drew her to West Palm Beach in 1996. Her work has changed policies in guardrail protection along Florida’s busiest roadways, pushed local legislation that has influenced restaurant cleanliness, and exposed government waste when it comes to Medicare spending.