Daryl Morris Biography
Daryl Morris is a journalist, anchor, and reporter working for CTV News Kitchener. Prior, she worked as a writer for CTV Canada AM and various radio stations. In her career, she has covered high-profile events such as the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
Daryl Morris Age and Husband
Daryl remains focused on her career and professionalism. Her husband, marriage, and relationships are secondary to her priorities. However, her eight-year-old son accompanies her during her days off from work.
The 30-something-year-old grew up in Canada Thunder Bay, Ontario in a caring family. During her time from work, she loves spending time with her family, co-workers and friends camping, golfing, and traveling. Daryl is currently based in Waterloo, Ontario.
Daryl Morris Career and Education
Daryl’s journey in journalism started when she was young. She went for journalism studies at Fanshawe College in London where she pursued a degree course in Broadcast journalism. Her certificate earned her an internship at Alberta’s largest radio newsroom, 630 CHED located in Edmonton.
She landed working opportunities at various radio newsrooms in the UK. In 2010, she was among the reporters covering Vancouver Olympics. Morris has also worked as a morning News anchor, host and co-host at the Bayshore Broadcasting family of radio stations.
In January 2014, she was invited to work as a writer for CTV Kitchener. Later, the media network promoted her to a weekend anchor and videographer.
Daryl was part of the team that helped to cover the fire that caught the Old Marina Restaurant in Puslinch Lake. Daryl shared with the public and the world Canada’s support for Ukraine when the Ukrainian flag was raised at Kitchener City Hall during Ukraine’s independence day.
Apart from general news, Morris is also an all-round journalist. When the station is understaffed, she can wear the hat of a weather anchor, transport, and sports anchor.
Daryl Morris Instagram and Net Worth
Morris has been able to earn well from her work as a journalist. According to reporters’ salaries at CTV Kitchener, we can say that Daryl earns approximately $55,000 a year.
Daryl is gradually becoming an influential anchor. She has been able to attract a major influence among CTV Kitchener’s followers. Her Instagram account has 910 followers while her Twitter has 1,549 followers. She is a co-worker with other journalists such as Natalie Van Rooy