Hosea Sanders Biography
Hosea Sanders an American Emmy Awards-winning news anchor for ABC7 Chicago. Heis well known as the co-anchor of “Eyewitness News on The U” at 7 pm weeknights on WCIU-TV. He as well hosts shows & special reports on WLS-TV, ABC7 Chicago.
Hosea Sanders Age
Sanders was born on 12th July 1957 in USA
Hosea Sanders Height And Weight
Sanders stands tall at a height of 6 feet 1 inch and has an average body weight.
Hosea Sanders Family
He was raised up in Arkadelphia where his mother served as the vice mayor for 21 years. He was raised up along with her four younger sisters and brothers
Hosea Sanders Wife
Sanders information about his love life are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Hosea Sanders Net Worth
Sanders has an estimated net worth range of between $ 1 million- $ 5 million
Hosea Sanders Salary
Sanders earns an annual salary range of between 4 45, 000 $ 110, 500.
Hosea Sanders Career
Sanders airs key disability-related stories on the weekend news called “Celebrating Ability.” His reporting on the disability beat got lauded in a story published in the Columbia Journalism Review. On the programming side, he as well hosts ABC 7’s Emmy Award-winning series, Heart & Soul, which showcases Chicago’s vibrant African American community.
He as well helps host one of the highest-rated local shows in Chicago, the famous New Year’s Eve special, Countdown Chicago, and also ABC 7’s Bud Billiken Parade broadcast, celebrating a summer tradition in the African American community that is one of the biggest parades of its kind in the country. He is as well one of the on-air faces representing important station initiatives such as the food drive done in conjunction with the Greater Chicago Food Depository and the Northern Illinois Food Bank, and the ABC 7/The American Red Cross Great Chicago Blood Drive.
Before joining ABC7, he previously served at TV stations in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Little Rock, Arkansas. A nationally sought-after motivational speaker, Besides, he as well served with several groups mentoring young people in Chicago. He loves volunteering and speaking with local senior citizens.
He is as well active in the Alpha Phi Alpha Big Brothers program, the NAACP Mentoring Program, and the Chicago Public Schools Mentoring Program. Additionally, He is as well a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and the Chicago Association of Black Journalists.