Brian Sanders Biography
Brian Sanders works at Denver7 ( ABC Affiliate) as a morning news anchor. He anchors the 5 pm, 6 pm as well as 10 pm newscasts. Sanders worked with the team that won the award in Tulsa at E.w Scripps Company before.
He covered various stories like the Oklahoma City Bombing Anniversary. Hurricane Harvey occurred in Texas and Louisiana in August 2017. The Dallas police ambush among many others.
Brian Sanders Age
Sanders was born in Houston, United States. However, he has managed to hide details on his exact age. However, he seems to be around 41 years old.
Brian Sanders Height
Sanders stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Brian Sanders Family
Sanders is a secretive person, but he has managed to hide details on his parents and siblings away from the public.
Brian Sanders Wife
Sanders is a married man to Jenny Sanders. Together they have two kids aged 4 years and 2 years.
Brian Sanders Education
Sanders attended and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. In journalism and mass communication from Texas A&M University.
Brian Sanders Salary
Sanders annually receives a salary of $69,365, according to Denver 7 reporter’s/anchor’s salaries.
Brian Sanders Net Worth
Sanders has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Brian Sanders Career
Sanders came to Denver 7 after working at the E.W. Scripps Company’s station based in Tulsa for almost four years. He worked here as an evening anchor and also was part of an award-winning team.
Sanders aired the 5, 6, and 10 pm newscasts and was a member of their Problem Solvers team. He covered various stories like the Oklahoma City Bombing Anniversary.
Hurricane Harvey occurred in Texas and Louisiana in August 2017. The Dallas police ambush among many others. Sanders began his career working as a sports anchor as well as a reporter then.
He became the station’s news desk anchor in 2012 at KXAN. As the morning anchor for Austin’s top-rated newscast. Sanders reported and covered broadly on the building of the Circuit of the Americas. As well as the return of Formula One to the United States.