Manuel Bojorquez Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, CBS News, Salary and Net worth

Manuel Bojorquez

Manuel Bojorquez Biography

Manuel Bojorquez is a well-known national news correspondent. He currently works for CBS News based in Miami. Manuel also worked for KNXV and WSB before he joined CBS in 2012.

Manuel joined CBS News in 2012 as a Dallas reporter and was later elevated to the national journalist for the Miami department in January 2017. Bojorquez reports overall CBS News communicates and stages.

Manuel Bojorquez Education

Manuel graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California.

Manuel Bojorquez CBS News

Manuel is a CBS News national correspondent based in Miami. He joined CBS News in 2012 as a correspondent and was later promoted to national correspondent in January 2017. Bojorquez reports across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms.

He has covered all major news events in Texas and throughout the South and was also one of the first network news correspondents on the scene of the Dallas police ambush in July 2016. In 2015, Manuel was part of the team that was awarded the Edward R. Murrow Award for the report about the tornado that devastated parts Arkansas town.

Manuel has reported extensively from Latin America for the station, most recently following Pope Francis’ visit to Mexico in February 2016. His travels have taken him to Argentina, Cuba, El Salvador and Guatemala.

Previously, he was the general assignment reporter at WSB-TV in Atlanta. While there, Manuel covered alot of important stories, such as Tropical Storm Fay, the 2008 presidential elections and also the first Sunday service at Ebenezer Baptist Church right after President Obama’s victory. In 2011, Manuel was awarded a NATAS Southeast Emmy for Live Reporting.

Before his tenure at WSB-TV, Manuel served as the general assignment reporter for KNXV-TV since 2002 in Phoenix, Arizona. He won The Associated Press award for best live reporting onds his coverage of the state’s wildfires in both 2004 and 2005, In July 2006, Manuel traveled to Mexico City to cover the presidential election, and he also provided online articles and photo essays of the election.

Manuel Bojorquez  Salary

Manuel earns a yearly salary of $120,462.

Manuel Bojorquez Net worth

Manuel has an estimated net worth ranging between 1million – $ 5 million dollars.

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Manuel Bojorquez Age

Manuel has not revealed any details concerning his age and birthdate.

Manuel Bojorquez Height

Manuel stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Manuel Bojorquez Family

Manuel has kept matters concerning his family from the public eye.

Manuel Bojorquez Wife

Manuel is openly gay and happily married to Tyler Sieswerda. The two met in August in 2003 and later got married in 2012.

Manuel Bojorquez Articles

Inflation or “corporate greed”? Meat prices increased by double digits during pandemic
The cost of putting food on the table is the highest it’s been in 40 years. The biggest food price hikes are in meats, with pork and beef up 14% to 20% compared with a year ago. Food companies and some economists say pandemic disruptions, inflation and high demand are to blame. But others question whether there’s more at play.
A shelter is going beyond basic needs, giving homeless people job training
Shelter empowers homeless through job training Shelter empowers homeless through job trainin… 02:37 Miami, Florida — For 27-year-old Chris Benham, working for a Miami food distributor isn’t just a job, it’s a life-changer. Only months ago, he was homeless and living out of his car. “One of the hardest things that any homeless person goes through is the constant disrespect that they get from every person that is walking the street or driving.

Why orange juice prices are rising

Citrus disease driving up orange prices Citrus disease driving up orange prices 02:12 Umatilla, Florida — The price of orange juice is the latest item putting a squeeze on pocketbooks. The reason is citrus greening, a disease afflicting Florida orange groves that is spread by an invasive insect. “All the roots are going to go first. So when you have no roots, you have no leaves, no fruit,” grove owner Brian Faryna told CBS News.

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