Chris Tanaka Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, WBZ-TV

 Chris Tanaka Biography

Chris Tanaka is an Emmy and AP award-winning reporter who has been anchoring and reporting at WBZ-TV since 2022. He participates in TV38’s 20:00 News and TV38’s 17:30 programs. WBZ-TV news with Paula Ebben. He was previously the evening anchor at 19 News WOIO in Cleveland, traveling at 5 p.m., 9 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. Newscasts on CLE43 and Cleveland 19 News.

Chris Tanaka Age

Chris Tanaka was born in Taipei, Taiwan. He is approximately 47 years old but details about his date of birth and year of birth are still unknown.

Chris Tanaka Height

Chris is 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Chris Tanaka Family

Chris was born into a hard-working family in Taipei, Taiwan, and has lived in Amman, Jordan, since the age of 7. Additionally, details regarding the whereabouts of his parents and siblings are still unknown.

Chris Tanaka’s Wife

He is married to his beloved wife who is yet unknown. The couple has two sons and lives in Lakewood, just a few blocks from where his father grew up.

Chris Tanaka Education

After high school, Chris attended Boston College where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications and Science in 1997. He also received his MBA from Regis University in 2011.

Chris Tanaka  Salary

His annual salary is satisfactory at $86,520. This is consistent with WBZ-TV anchor/reporter salaries.

Chris Tanaka Net Worth

Chris has earned a good income from his journalism career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Chris Tanaka Career

Chris is currently working as a host and anchor at WBZ-TV starting in 2022. He participates in TV38’s 20:00 News and TV38’s 17:30 programs. WBZ-TV news with Paula Ebben. She previously worked as the evening anchor at 19 News WOIO in Cleveland, traveling at 5 p.m., 9 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. Newscasts on CLE43 and Cleveland 19 News.

Chris began his career as a sports reporter and news anchor at KDVR-FOX13 Denver in November 2003. He then rose through the ranks and rose to become sporting director until he left the team in May 2011. He moved to Hawaii News Channel in June 2011 and served as sports director for two years and a month before moving into news and broadcasting.

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