Chance Seales Biography
Chance Seales is a distinguished American journalist and anchor currently serving on Newsy Tonight in Washington, DC as a host. Seales also hosts “The Why” on the Newsy cable network, 7-9 p.m. ET, where he joined in April 2017. Prior to joining Newsy, he served at Nexstar Media Group, Inc. as correspondent in Washington from September 2015 to April 2017;
While there, Chance tailors up-to-date content on Congress, the Supreme Court and the White House for the station group and covered daily and long-term political developments for 171 television stations nationwide.
Opportunity Seales Age
Chance was born in the United States in August 1984. He is 37 years old.
Opportunity Height Seales
Seales stands at 5 feet 8 inches (Approximately 1.72 m).
Chance Seales training
He studied at the University of Saint Louis from 2003 to 2006 and received a degree in Psychology and Sociology. Chance later joined the University of Missouri in Columbia and earned a master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2010.
Chance Seals Family
Chance was born and raised by his parents in the United States. Seales is of white ethnicity and holds American citizenship.
Chance Seales’ wife
Chance is married to his beautiful wife Hernan Winkler. The duo have two baby boys named August (“Gus”) and Walter (“Walt”) who were born slightly ahead of schedule. According to his Instagram post, the boys were adopted. The adorable family of Bear and Peggy, the world’s sweetest French bulldogs, live in DC
Chance Seales Salary
Chance’s average salary is $74,532. This is according to the salaries of Newsy Tonight anchors and reporters.
Opportunity Seales Net worth
Seales has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Opportunity Seals Career
Chance hosts Newsy Tonight and “The Why” on the Newsy cable network, 7-9 p.m. ET as host where he joined in April 2017. He has led national coverage of Congress, presidents and the Supreme Court from Washington for broadcasters such as Media General and Nexstar, and served on Newsy in its early days.
Prior to joining Newsy, Chance served at Nexstar Media Group, Inc. as a Washington correspondent from September 2015 to April 2017. During his time there, Seales covered day-to-day and long-term political developments for 171 television stations nationally and adjusted everything. -detailed content about the Supreme Court, Congress and the White House for station groups.
In addition, Seales translated visually compelling shows, the complex pieces of the issue into digestible and digital packages. He began his career at KOMU 8 News Today as the Morning Anchor in January 2009. Later, Chance served ABC7 as a Newsy as anchor and morning anchor.