Sandra Peebles is a well-known professional journalist. She is a multi-award-winning journalist in South Florida who focuses on local community concerns.
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Sandra Peebles has spent most of her profession working on Spanish-language television, which has helped me have a more profound knowledge of the Hispanic community in the United States.
Peebles worked at WTVJ in South Florida for four years, developing a strong sense of professional standards.
She is presently teaching Television Performance at the University of Miami School of Communication, where she is passing on her knowledge to new generations of journalists.
She has demonstrated versatility in her speciality throughout her 20-year career, working in weather and studying meteorology.
On our sister station Unimas, she is the evening news co-anchor for the 5 p.m., 10 p.m, and 5:30 p.m. newscasts, as well as the 11 p.m. co-anchor.
She specialized in health reporting between 2007 and 2009.
Who Is Sandra Peebles Husband?
Sandra Peebles has not shared any information or any details regarding her husband. She might be a married woman, but the news has doesn’t have official confirmation from any agency yet.
Peebles required two years to finish her meteorology studies at Mississippi State University. She was an entertainment reporter for Telemundo throughout her two years.
Similarly, Peebles seems to be a private person who enjoys keeping her personal life and her career life on two different paths.
Sandra Peebles Net Worth
Sandra Peebles’s exact salary has yet to be disclosed to the general public on the internet. However, the estimation suggests around $2 Million net worth.
Peebles’ first job on a commercial television station came in 1993 when Telemundo hired her as a weather reporter.
She worked as a reporter and anchorwoman for Dynamic Cablevision/Miavision, where she also worked as an editor, camera operator and learned all there is to know about the industry.
On her LinkedIn, she was bored to have said that,
“I currently anchor the evening newscasts at 6 & 11pm at Univision 23, Miami. I am a content creator & multi- Emmy award winning journalist focused on local community issues in South Florida. I have worked in Spanish language television for most of my career which has not only polished my skills in speaking and writing, but has given me a better understanding of the Hispanic community in the United States.
I had a four year run at WTVJ, also in South Florida which gave me a strong sense of standards in practice.
During my 30 year career I have shown versatility in my craft having done weather–and studied meteorology. I was named political reporter during the 2010 midterms, before that between 2007 and 2009 I specialized in Health reporting.
These experiences have enmeshed me with the south Florida community giving me a unique opportunity to communicate with an audience that has been inviting me into their homes with trust for the last three decades”.