Virginia Cha Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, Net worth, KGTV- Tv

Virginia Cha

Virginia Cha

Virginia Cha Biography

This is what you need to know about Virginia Cha is a Korean American news anchor for KGTV-TV. She was an NBC News correspondent in New York and was also employed HNL.

Virginia Cha Age

Cha was born on September 1. She is currently 35 years old as of 2020. Cha celebrates her birthday on September 1st of every year.

Virginia Cha Height

Cha is a woman of average stature and shape she stands a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Virginia Cha Family

Cha was born and raised by Korean parents she is of American- Korean ethnicity. Her mother is a great cook who has specialized in traditional Korean food.

Virginia Cha Husband

Cha is married to Edward she made an appearance with her husband on Joey Fatone’s cooking show, My Family Recipe Rocks. She shared her family’s favorite recipes.

Virginia Cha Salary

Cha earns an annual salary of $ 73, 361 dollars.

Virginia Cha Net worth

Cha has an estimated net worth $ 8 million dollars.

Virginia Cha  KGTV-TV

Cha began her career as a WFSB in Hartford, Connecticut she was the general reporter assignment reporter. She later became the news anchor and chief medical correspondent for WBZ TV – 4. Cha has won three Emmy Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievement. KGTV, virtual and VHF digital channel 10, is a San Diego-based ABC-affiliated television station.

Cha has worked at CNN she was based in Atlanta she has reported on Hurricane Katrina, the 2008 elections, the death of Michael Jackson to the takedown of Osama bin Laden. She was a correspondent for NBC News based in New York. Cha has covered major terrorist attacks such as Sept 11th, 2001. She was at the ground when the North Tower collapsed. Cha From the earthquake destruction in El Salvador to the return of the China Spy Plane crew to the miraculous Quecreek Mine rescue, Cha’s has covered a wide range of breaking news reports.

Cha has stories aired on Nightly News, MSNBC, the Today Show, and Weekend Today, where she also served as an anchor. She’s spoken with everyone from government officials like President Bill Clinton and Senator Ted Kennedy to journalists like Walter Cronkite, Stephen Hawking, Spike Lee, and Michael Lewis. Cha’s won several local and regional awards as a news anchor in Boston and Hartford, where she started her on-air career, including several Emmy awards for anchoring and an Edward R. Murrow award for team political coverage.

Virginia Cha   Social Media

 

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