Judy Hsu Biography
Judy Hsu is an award-winning American journalist from Chicago who works as a host and reporter for WLS-TV, ABC7. She co-hosts the 11 o’clock news show with Terrell Brown. She is also the host of her Newsviews, an in-depth interview that airs on Sunday mornings, proving that she is one of the best public speaking skills in the broadcasting industry.
Judy Hsu Age
Judy was born on March 2, 1971 in Taipei, Taiwan. she is 51 years old. Judy Sue size
Judy Hsu Height
Hsu’s average height is 1.6 meters
Judy Hsu Family
Hsu was born in Taiwan to a loving and supportive family. Her father was a famous Grand Master of Tai Chi, and her mother worked as a housewife. Because of her valuable experience, her father was also invited to Chicago to teach Chinese martial arts.
Judy Hsu Husband
Hsu is a married woman. Her devoted husband, Tracy, is the love of her life. They met at KFMB-TV in San Diego, where she worked as a host. Additionally, they married privately in 1997 and have four children, two sons and two girls. However, she has chosen not to disclose specific information about her children.
Judy Hsu Net Worth
Hsu’s estimated net worth ranges from his $1 million to hers $5 million.
Judy Hsu Career
Judy is a host and reporter for his WLS-TV, ABC7 in Chicago. She co-hosts the 11 o’clock news show with Terrell Brown. She is also the host of her Newsviews, an in-depth interview that airs on Sunday mornings, and has proven her to have one of the best public speaking skills in the broadcasting industry.
She was overjoyed to return to her hometown and become a hostess of four.
At ABC 7 she was in charge of the 30 to 7 news show. She served as her presenter on the Morning News for 15 years until she was promoted to the afternoon and evening news programs. She has been involved in nearly every major news story in Chicago, both as a street reporter and a newsroom host.
Broadcasting live from the White House, she recounted how she met in person with President Barack Obama before leaving the Oval Office. She reported to O.J. Ms. Simpson delivered her verdict live from a Los Angeles courthouse as a rookie reporter in California, and she was one of the youngest reporters to accompany the Blue Angels.
Her work has earned her breaking news coverage and numerous Emmy Award nominations, including her work on the ABC7 program specials ‘Asian Influence’ and ‘Magnificent Her Miles Her Rights Her Festival’. To date, she has received around 24 Emmy nominations. She previously worked for KFMB-TV in San Diego, where she hosted the show 4 PM. weekday program. She also served as the weekend anchor and reporter for the station’s general affairs. She was born in Taipei and she is fluent in Chinese.
She graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she earned her BA in Broadcast Journalism. She also started her broadcasting career on her school radio station WPGU-FM. He then interned for famed Chicago host Walter Jacobson before getting his first television job at the WCIA in Champaign.