Tahman Bradley WGN TV Bio, Age, Wife, Salary, and Net Worth

Tahman Bradley WGN TV
Tahman Bradley WGN TV

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This is what you need to know about Tahman Bradley, an American news anchor working at WGN Evening News and WGN News at Nine on Saturdays and Sundays. Bradley is also the station’s political reporter.


Details about Tahman’s age and date of birth are not known. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.


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Rahman has managed to keep his personal life away from the public eye making it difficult to know whether he is married, engaged, or dating. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.


Rahman receives an annual salary approximated to be between $34,905 and $57,415. This is according to a WGN anchor’s salary.

Net Worth

He has an approximated net worth of $10K – $100K U.S dollars.


Rahman graduated from Howard University in Washington, D.C. a private, federally chartered historically black university (HBCU) in Washington, D.C.


In July 2015, Tahman joined WGN-TV. He quickly distinguished himself in Chicago by reporting on issues impacting Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Police Department.

Before joining WGN News, Tahman worked as a reporter and some of his best scenes are reporting during the Boston Marathon Bombing, the Sandy Hook Elementary school tragedy and the crisis in Ferguson, Missouri.


Tahman worked for ABC News as a correspondent based out of Washington, D.C., he used to cover breaking news for the network’s affiliate service. Tahman was assigned to cover the city of Detroit where he filed a series of in-depth reports. Among the stories he covered: the Christmas Day Underwear Bomber’s alleged attempt to take down Northwest Airlines Flight 253, the arrest of Michigan’s Hutaree militia, and the U.S. auto industry’s transformation.

Tahman traveled the Gulf Coast in 2010 for several months to report on the substantial devastation that happened during the BP oil spill. Tahman worked numerous assignments, before reporting breaking news, for the network, including a stint as part of ABC’s team covering President Obama’s White House. He is an experienced political reporter and producer having covered the 2006 and 2008 elections extensively. Tahman would go on to create and anchor the show Sunday Sound, an online weekly show on ABCnews.com.


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