Judy Hsu Biography
Judy Hsu is a News Anchor as of now working in Chicago. United States at ABC 7 News as an anchor at 11 AM News and general assignment reporter. She hosts long interviews well known as Newsviews that are aired on Sunday morning also.
Hsu has proven to be a journalist in the broadcast industry with one of the finest deliveries in addition. She served in San Diego, California for KFMB-TV as an anchor before joining ABC 7 News teams.
Hsu anchored the weekday newscast the most top-rated 4 Pm while there. She also served as a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor additionally.
Judy Hsu Age
Judy was born in Taiwan, Taipei, in 1971. She is around 51 years old.
Judy Hsu Height
Judy is 5 ft 3 inches/ Approx 1.6 m tall.
Judy Hsu Education
Judy received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from Illinois University in Urbana-Champaign. She began her journalism career at the campus radio station for WPGU-FM while in college.
Judy Hsu Family
Hsu is a secretive person when it comes to matters concerning her family members and siblings.
Judy Hsu Husband
Hsu is married to her better half husband called Tracy. The duo in 1997 tied the knot in a private wedding. They are blessed with four amazing children, 2 girls, and 2 boys. She describes her husband as a lovely life partner and her best friend.
Judy Hsu Salary
Hsu earns an annual salary of $ 20,000 – $ 100,000, according to ABC 7 News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Judy Hsu Net worth
She has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Judy Hsu Career
Hsu is a News Anchor as of now working in Chicago, United States. At ABC 7 News as an anchor at 11 AM News and general assignment reporter. She hosts long interviews well known as Newsviews that are aired on Sunday morning also.
Hsu received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism. From Illinois University in Urbana-Champaign. She has taken part in covering major stories from the news desk or reported.
From the neighborhoods where she either anchored moreover. Hsu had an opportunity from the White House to provide ABC7 viewers. To cover live reports of interviews with President Barack Obama with large coverage. Of her face-to-face before he left the White House.