Sean Streaty Biography
Sean Streaty is a prominent American Journalist who is currently working at WAND News in Decatur, Illinois, United States as a co-anchor of the 5, 6, and 10 newscasts. Sean joined the station in 1994 working as a reporter and finally was elevated to serve as a weekend Anchor. Sean was promoted to serve as the evening news Anchor in 1996.
Sean Streaty Age
Sean Streaty was born in Decatur and his age is not known because he has not mentioned his year and date of birth.
Sean Streaty Height
Streaty stands at a moderate height but he has not mentioned his actual stature.
Sean Streaty Family
He was born and nurtured in Decatur by his protective and loving parents. Sean has managed to keep information about his siblings and parents away from the limelight besides being a popular journalist thus this info will be updated as soon as Sean does.
Sean Streaty Wife
Sean is happily and contentedly hitched to his gorgeous and loving wife, Amy. Sean and his adorable wife are blessed with two amazing kids, Ashley and Brandon. Sean is a proud grandfather of one amazing grandson, Princeton. Sean and his loving family own a Ragdoll Cat known as Max.
Sean Streaty Education
He schooled at St. Teresa High School and subsequently, he joined Southern Illinois University – Carbondale where he attained a degree in Radio and Television.
Sean Streaty Salary
Sean receives an annual salary of between $30, 000 to $110, 000 and this is according to WAND News anchors’ salaries.
Sean Streaty Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career at WAND News as an anchor is the main source of his income.
Sean Streaty Career
Currently, Sean is working at WAND News in Decatur, Illinois, United States as a co-anchor of the 5, 6, and 10 newscasts. Sean joined the station in 1994 working as a reporter and finally was elevated to serve as a weekend Anchor. Sean was promoted to serve as the evening news Anchor in 1996.
His journalism career began after he graduated from college working as a reporter at WSOY Radio (Decatur) and in 1992 he was promoted to serve as the WSOY News Director. Sean is often the Master of Ceremonies of community events. He has worked on the American Heart Association, Macon County Conservation Board, United Way Allocation Committee, and Catholic Charities Board.
Presently he works on the Decatur Boys and Girls Club. Due to his tornado report, he was awarded an AP award winner for best newscast in a medium market and also has been named among Reader’s Choice Award top winners for Best Local TV Personality.