Colton Praill Biography
Colton Praill a Canadian journalist, senior news writer, editor, reporter, and anchor serving at CTW News Ottawa, where he contributes content to television, radio, and digital platforms.
Colton Praill Age
Praill was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in 1980.
Colton Praill Height
Praill stands tall at a height of 5 feet 10 inches/1.78 m
Colton Praill Family
Praill information about his family background are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Colton Praill Education
Praillenrolled and later earned a diploma in radio, television, and digital communication from the College of Sports Media back in 2016.
Colton Praill Wife
Praill information about his love life are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Colton Praill Salary
Praill receives an annual estimated salary of around $ 60,000.
Colton Praill Net Worth
Praill has an estimated net worth ranges of between $ 400,000 -$ 1 million.
Colton Praill Career
Praill a Canadian journalist, senior news writer, editor, reporter, and anchor serving at CTW News Ottawa, where he contributes content to television, radio, and digital platforms.
He as well covered top breaking news including the Humboldt Broncos tragedy, elections at all levels of government, and allegations of corruption within the Thunder Bay Mayoral office and police department.
She as well served as a senior news writer for 580 CFRA in Ottawa having delivered and penned local and national newscasts. From the time of joining CTW News Ottawa in 2021 and as well produced 580 CFRA content including The Morning Rush, Ottawa Now, Ottawa at Work, and The Evan Solomon Show.
He previously served as a news anchor for Global News, having anchored the live, three-hour Morning News program for Global Regina, produced segments, and as well interviewed top guests. He as well served as a weather expert, delivering live weather and traffic updates and co-anchoring Global Regina Morning News.
He started off his journalism career as a radio host of the afternoon show on CJ Radio in Swan River, which is broadcasted to over 50,000 people, and later, from January to December 2017, she worked as a video journalist at Dougall Media. He has served as a volunteer advisor to the Senate of Canada’s environment committee since April 2012.