Jane Amanda Hill is an English newsreader working for the BBC. She is one of the main presenters on the BBC News Channel, the corporation's 24-hour rolling news service, and is a relief anchor for the BBC News at One, as well as a regular presenter for the BBC Weekend News. She also occasionally presents The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4 and Victoria Derbyshire with Jane Hill.
Jane Hill was born on 10 June 1969 in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England. Later she was raised up in London and completed her high school studies over there. She and Helen Young share the same birthday.
She took politics as her major subject and completed her high school education at Queen Mary College. She completed her graduation from the University of London during the year 1991. She took Bachelors of Arts as her major subject and worked in Democratic National Headquarters right after the completion of her higher education.
Finally, at the end of 1991, she entered in a broadcasting career with the famous network BBC as a full-time broadcaster presenting several channels within BBC news.
She is a lesbian and in a relationship with her partner named Sara Shephard. Both of them are living in North London. Her partner is a camera operator and recently the couple has entered into a civil partnership.
The recent rumor about the couple is that Amanda and Sara are planning to get married soon.
While talking about the net worth and salary of the famed journalist Jane Hill, then the exact figure is still unknown. However, according to a number of tabloids, the lady has around $500K as her total net worth.