Hosea Sanders Biography
Hosea Sanders is a journalist and morning news anchor currently working for ABC7 News. Hosea Sanders is the main contributor in Chicago which nurtures the everyday voice for the heroes in the area Proud Series. He also covers Celebrating Ability on the weekend news and disability-related stories under the title.
Hosea Sanders has received at least 100 awards throughout his career from several civic organizations and communities and is a winner of 14 Emmy Awards. Before joining ABC7 News, Sanders Hosea was serving in Dallas, Los Angeles, Arkansas for TV stations as a reporter.
Hosea Sanders Age
Hosea Sanders was born in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, in the United States, on July 12, 1957. He is 58 years old.
Hosea Sanders Height
Sanders is 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.72 m tall.
Hosea Sanders Education
Sanders Hosea is a University of Henderson State in Arkansas graduate.
Hosea Sanders Family
Hosea was born to his caring and loving parents Mr. Sanders and Mrs. Garrett Ann Sanders in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, in the USA. His mother served in the town of Arkadelphia for 21 years as a Vice Mayor. While serving as the vice mayor, She was dedicated in society to helping the needy. However, Hosea’s mom in July 2020 passed on at the age of 82 years. Hosea Sanders has four siblings.
Hosea Sanders Wife
Despite being a renowned journalist, He likes to keep his life private regarding his relationship, however, research information is in progress and will be updated as soon as possible whether he is single, divorced, or married.
Hosea Sanders Salary
Hosea Sanders earns an annual salary of $120,000 annually. This is according to ABC7 News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Hosea Sanders Net Worth
Sanders has an approximated net worth of $5 million.
Hosea Sanders Career
Hosea Sanders received more than 100 awards from different community and civic organizations and is an Emmy award-winning journalist. He is the main contributor who nurtures the everyday voice for the heroes in the area of the Chicago Proud Series. Hosea Sanders also covers on the weekend news which was lauded by Columbia Journalism Review disability-related stories through a story that they published under the title, ‘Celebrating Ability’.
Additionally, Hosea Sanders is also a host of Heart & Soul, a show that showcases the vibrant African American community, Countdown Chicago, Bud Billiken Parade broadcast, New Year’s Eve special, and ABC 7’s Emmy Award-winning series.
Hosea is also one of the on -Air faces representing numerous initiatives including the ABC 7/The American Red Cross Great Chicago Blood Drive, Northern Illinois Food Bank, Greater Chicago Food Depository, and food drive done in partnership.