Javier Soto Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, 3TV News Channel

Javier Soto

Javier Soto

Javier Soto Biography

Javier Soto is a journalist and news anchor presently working for 3TV’s Good Morning Arizona Monday-Friday as an anchor. Soto’s news journey started in Los Angeles at KTLA News after an internship.

He learned how to do it all as an anchor, reporter, editor, producer, and live-truck operator. Soto also served in southeastern Idaho at the No. 1-rated morning newscast.  As an anchor broadcasting learning process in a warmer climate

Javier Soto Age

Soto was born in Southern California, United States, on February 24, 1975. Soto is 47 years old.

Javier Soto Height

He is 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx. 1.6 m tall.

Javier Soto Education

Soto is a Unversity of California State Long Beach graduate. He got an internship at KTLA-TV ‘Morning News’ related at Los Angeles’ number one during his schooling time in college.

Javier Soto Family

He has managed to keep his private regarding his family members and siblings.

Javier Soto Wife

Soto got married on  April 30, 2014, to his loving and caring wife Beatrice Makowski.

Javier Soto Salary

Soto receives an annual salary of $40,000 – $ 110,500per year, according to 3TV’s Good Morning News anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Javier Soto Net Worth

He has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

Javier Soto Career

He serves for 3TV’s Good Morning Arizona Monday-Friday as an anchor. Soto’s news journey began after an internship in his senior year in Los Angeles at KTLA. He decided to serve in front of a camera to try his skills after two years.

Soto quickly was hired in Pocatello, ID at KPVI. He learned how to do it all as an anchor, reporter, editor, producer, and live-truck operator. Soto believed it was time to learn a process in a warmer climate and continue his broadcasting after sharpening his skills for two years.

He then made his way to Arizona, serving at 3TV as an anchor. Soto began working as the Bureau Chief of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff. He was promoted to serve for the award-winning Good Morning Arizona to the main station after covering there for two years.