Bree Sison Biography and Wiki
Bree Sison is a beautiful and talented American news journalist currently working for WTVR News as a news reporter. Her career in TV reporting began in 2006 with an internship at WTVR. Bree spent three years working at WMBB in Panama City, Florida, as a one-man-band reporter and anchor.
Bree Sison Age | How old is Sison?
Sison has not disclosed her exact age to the public.
Bree Sison Birthday
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Bree Sison Height and Weight
Sison stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with a moderate weight.
Bree Sison Family
Sison was born and brought up in the USA by her loving parents. However, she has not disclosed any further information on her family or her siblings.
Bree Sison Education
She holds a Master’s Degree in Political Management from George Washington University.
Bree Sison Husband | Is WTVR Sison Married?
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Bree Sison Salary
Sison receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from her career as a news journalist.
Bree Sison Net Worth | How Rich Is Sison?
Sison has an estimated net worth of $200,000-$500,000 as of 2022, from her successful career
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- Full Names: Bree Sison
- Height: 5 feet 8 inches
- Husband: Travis Luther
- Salary: $75,000 – $90,000
- Net Worth: $100,000 – $500,000
Bree Sison WTSP Wikipedia
After more than ten years of working as a professional journalist, Bree Sison, an anchor for CBS 6 News at 4, and an investigative reporter, returned to CBS 6 in 2019. Bree, who was born and reared in the Tidewater region, was given a scholarship to study politics and public communication at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her career in TV reporting began in 2006 with an internship at WTVR.
Bree spent three years working at WMBB in Panama City, Florida, as a one-man-band reporter and anchor.
Later, Bree covered the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill from the air and the ground while working as the morning anchor for WEAR in Pensacola. She provided viewers with up-to-date information on the location of the oil and what the Coast Guard and BP were doing to preserve the beach while field anchoring live for nearly two months in a row. Her “jack of all trades” attitude to the business equipped her well for Boston’s hectic news cycle.
For four years, Bree worked as an anchor and general assignment reporter for the CBS-owned station WBZ.
Bree covered the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the Boston Marathon bombings, the manhunt and recovery, the case against Aaron Hernandez, the Red Sox winning the World Series, the Patriots winning the Super Bowl, Deflategate, a deadly meningitis outbreak across the country, and about 75 too many snowstorms during that time.
Bree also delved into the complex topics surrounding mental health, creating the acclaimed “Matters of the Mind” television series. Bree self-produced the EMMY-nominated videos, conducting local research on a variety of aspects of the issue and establishing numerous strong relationships with professionals, advocacy groups, and patients.
Bree, a die-hard sports enthusiast (#LetsGoVCU), was nominated for a New England EMMY for her reporting on the 2013 Red Sox World Series victory.
Additionally, she was a crucial member of a news crew that won an Alfred I. DuPont Award, a Peabody Award, and a National EMMY for breaking news in 2014.
Bree has also received numerous honors from organizations in the neighborhoods where she has lived and worked. She graduated from George Washington University with a master’s degree in political management. Bree worked as an evening anchor and investigative reporter in Birmingham, Alabama, which is where the 20th Special Forces Group is based, before moving back to Richmond in August 2019.