Wendy Burch Net Worth
Wendy Burch is a famous American television journalist, advocate and professional writer. She is best known for an Emmy Award winning reporter and anchor for KTLA. She is widely recognized for her work on The Killing Room (2009), The Cape (2011) and Fashion News Live (2004). Wendy Burch net worth is $700,000 as of 2017.
Wendy Burch was born on 5 February, 1969 in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S. She is a television journalist by profession. Also, she is a correspondent for the award winning KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles. She is the best recognized reporter in the Los Angeles. Now, one can easily assume the reason of today's Wendy Burch net worth.
Early life and education
Wendy was born in Salt Lake City Utah. Actually, she was adopted by her father James Dean Burch when she was 5 days old. All the process of adoption of Wendy Burch was managed through the social services division of The church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Her father James Dean Burch worked in a manufacturing company as a purchasing manager. And her mother Carol Ann was a homemaker who worked as a part time ‘lunch lady’ at a local school cafeteria.
During her childhood days, she studied school level in several schools. Wendy Burch joined Alta View Elementary, Eastmont Middle School, and Alta High School. She was a head varsity song leader and also a member of student council in Alta High School.
She got a scholarship to Brigham Young University. Then, she joined her bachelor degree in communications focusing on Broadcast Journalism. In 1990, she graduated from Brigham Young University.
Career and net worth
Since 15th March 1989, she has started her career as a journalist. At that time, she worked as an assignment editor for KSL. After 3 months, she had completed her bachelor degree. And she started holding the editor position for KSL.
Wendy became the main anchor of the small market station in 1991. At the age of 22, she was known as the youngest television News Director of the country.
Wendy Burch was hired by KTVN, the CBS affiliate in Reno, Nevada in the year 1992. She has started the station’s early morning newscast.
In her past days, she worked for several news station including WXIX in 1993, KTVT in 1996, KCNC in 1998, KPHO in 1999, Kabc in 2003 and KTLA in 2009.
Besides this, she is working as a media trainer professionally for the world’s top athletes. She has launched BIG crowd Communication Company in 2005. Via this company, she provide media training to athletes and sports executives.
Wendy Burch net worth has been amassed from her huge amount of salary as a news reporter for various news channels and television. It is estimated that Wendy Burch net worth is $700,000 as of 2017.
While talking about her personal life, she was in relationship with several personalities.
She was in relationship with Charlie Monfort. Charlie Monfort is the owner of the Colorado Rockies. Also, she was in relationship with Joe Maloof, President of Maloof Companies and owner of the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
She was also engaged with Bruce Taylor. Their relationship did not exist for long time. They were separated when Burch became pregnant. She gave birth to Brady. Brady is the biological son of Bruce Taylor.
Wendy now lives in Los Angeles, California with her son. She is the only single mother who care and rear her son Brady Taylor Burch.
Wendy Burch is recognized globally as an American television journalist. She is famous as advocate and a professional writer.
Every year from 2008 to 2017, she has been awarded with various title. In 2017, she received the Excellence in Journalism Award from The Alliance of Women in Media, Southern California chapter. She was also awarded with the Best Daily Morning Newscast in 2016.
In 2015, she received Exceptional Woman of LA Award by Chivas USA. Similarly, she received the commitment to Youth Awards from Operation Jump Start in 2014. In 2013, she was honored as Humanitarian of the Year by the LAPD’s Hollenbeck Division.
This is how I did #BlackFriday this year. On the couch, with my reindeer slippers, hot tea & watching the @KTLAMorningNews. I have a bad case laryngitis! Thanks #ErinMeyers for filling in! #ShoppingInSpirit pic.twitter.com/H2Q0T7aSrh— Wendy Burch (@goodnewswendy) November 24, 2017