Kathleen Bade Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, Fox 5 and Net worth

Kathleen Bade Profile

Kathleen Bade is a journalist who has won the American Award for her work, and she has been the primetime anchor for FOX 5 News at 6 & 10 since the inception of the station in 2008. She has been a dominant figure in the San Diego news market for the past 13 years, anchoring the number one newscast and reporting on big news items and events, including as the opening of Petco Park, leading the coverage of elections, and hosting news specials on high-profile legal cases. She has been recognized and awarded many Emmys for her work as a journalist, as well as for her work as an advocate for children.

Kathleen Bade
Kathleen Bade

Kathleen Bade Age

Bade has not yet revealed her date, month, and year of birth hence information about her age is not available. However, we will update it as soon as it is made available to the public.

Kathleen Bade Family

She spent her childhood working alongside her father in the family business. Her father was a builder, and he worked on both residential and commercial projects. As a result of this, ever since she was a child, she has always had a strong passion for interior design. She was a ballet dancer for the majority of her childhood years.

Kathleen Bade Husband

Kathleen Bade is a happy wife and a devoted mother to her two children. On the 31st of December in 1994, she wed a dashing man and became a married woman. She and her husband recently celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary at Hotel del Coronado, which is located on Coronado Island in San Diego County. The pair is parents to a boy who is now an adult as well as a daughter who is currently enrolled in college. Her present residence is in Pasadena, California, and she shares it with her husband and their three children.

In her blog titled “Anchormom,” Kathleen, who is a mother of two children, writes about the many challenges that modern families face and chronicles her attempts to strike a balance between her professional and personal life. Motivating and guiding younger generations is a passion of hers, and she is in high demand as a public speaker.

Kathleen Bade Career

After graduating with honors from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunications and Journalism, Kathleen started out in the broadcasting industry there. She went on to become a successful journalist. She was the very first student in the annals of San Francisco’s illustrious William Randolph Hearst College to win the coveted William Randolph Hearst Award. Because of her achievements in the academic world, Kathleen was able to sit down for an interview with Walter Cronkite himself. She says that this encounter was one of the most memorable moments of her professional life.

She absolutely adores recounting the time when Walter filled her in on a chat he had with broadcasting tycoon Ted Turner and how he conveyed it to her. “I told Ted CNN would never work,” remarked Walter. “I warned Ted.” He laughed off his evident gaffe but also cautioned against the risks of having news available at all times. They will be forced to create their own news, which is not the same thing as reporting the news. In the year 2004, Kathleen made her way back to the campus of the Sun Devils to be honored with induction into the ASU Broadcasting Hall of Fame.

After graduating from Arizona State University, Kathleen found her first job in broadcasting at KYMA in Yuma, Arizona. There, she began her career as an evening weathercaster and as a fill-in anchor. Kathleen, who has always had a strong interest in science, continued her education at Mississippi State University and earned a degree and certification in broadcast meteorology.

She moved back to Phoenix, her hometown, and accepted a position in the community relations department of the NBA team known as the Phoenix Suns. During her time there, she collaborated with legendary figures in basketball, including Connie Hawkins, who is enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame, and the unparalleled Charles Barkley, in honor of whom she named her 130-pound Bernese mountain dog “Barkley.”

It didn’t take long for CBS in Phoenix to find out about Kathleen, and before long, she was back at the anchor desk, this time reporting the morning weather. She quickly moved up the ladder, and within two years she was the weekend anchor on the news program. Shortly after a reorganization of stations that took place across the entire market, Kathleen found herself working for FOX and taking on the role of co-host of a brand new morning news program named “FOX 10 Arizona Morning.” Her influence was seen almost immediately, and within three short years, the show had become a formidable rival in the industry.

Kathleen moved to San Diego after the birth of her son, which was prompted by a move brought about by KFMB Channel 8. She was overjoyed at the opportunity to get out of the heat and work for CBS for a period of seven years. During that time, she worked with San Diego County Adoptions and was responsible for the placement of a record number of children into loving homes. As a result of her accomplishment, Kathleen was singled out for special recognition.

Kathleen Bade Fox 5

Kathleen made her comeback to the airwaves in San Diego in 2008, when FOX 5 San Diego first went on the air, after taking a short break from broadcasting. Kathleen considers her tenure at FOX 5, which produces the market’s highest-rated newscast at 10 p.m., to be the most fulfilling of her entire career. Kathleen is a seasoned veteran of the red carpet in addition to her duties as an anchor in the studio. Every year, she travels to Hollywood to cover the live broadcasts of “American Idol” and other FOX favorites such as “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Kathleen spends her time away from work rooting on the San Diego State Aztecs in football and basketball games, as well as cheering on her own children in their various athletic endeavors. Kathleen is a devoted skier who enjoys visiting to the slopes of Telluride, Colorado, with her family. She is also passionate about interior decorating and is addicted to watching HGTV shows that focus on house improvement. Kathleen, who used to dance ballet, is now an ardent advocate for the performing and visual arts.

Kathleen Bade Net Worth

It is estimated that Bade’s net worth falls somewhere in the range of $500,000 to $1 million. Her primary source of financial support comes from her work as a journalist.

Kathleen Bade Salary

Bade’s annual salary at FOX 5 News, where she works as a journalist, falls somewhere in the range of $70,000 and $90,000 on average.

Kathleen Bade Fox 5 Colleagues

  1. Jennifer Williams
  2. Rosanna Scotto
  3. Linda Schmidt
  4. Mike Sacks
  5. Ines Rosales
  6. Audrey Puente
  7. Teresa Priolo
  8. Dana Arschin
  9. Bianca Peters
  10. Robert Moses
  11. Raegan Medgie
  12. Kayla Mamelak