Ravi Baichwal Biography, Age, Parents, Education, ABC, Twitter, Nationality

Ravi Baichwal Biography

Ravi Baichwal is a news anchor and reporter at WLS-TV in Chicago, born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In 2008 he won the Chicago Emmy Award for the best anchor (Chicago/Midwest) from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Ravi Baichwal Age

Ravi Baichwal was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Information about his age date of birth and year has not been disclosed.

Ravi Baichwal Family | Ravi Baichwal Parent

Little is known about Ravi Baichwal background or childhood as she has not talked much about her private life away in public. He was, however, born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and nationality a Canadian. Ravi moreover talked about his father who forever inspired and encouraged him for a career in a journalist, unfortunately, passed away in Toronto in 2004.

Birthday: N/A
Ethnicity: Asian
Nationality: American/ Canadian

Ravi Baichwal Wife

Ravi Baichwal has been married to television journalist Sonja Nordahl for years now and the couple is blessed with two children. With years of togetherness, the couple has been living the time of their life now along with two children whose identity has not been revealed yet. They are the most endearing couple in the broadcasting business and Ravi along with his Sonja has proved it again and again.

Ravi Baichwal Education

He graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in political science with a certificate in French language studies. After graduating from the college, he pursued a career in journalism and has in the business till to the date.

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Ravi Baichwal Career

Ravi Baichwal is a news anchor and reporter at WLS-TV in Chicago. He was a CTV News Channel morning anchor weekdays from 6 am to 10 am from 2002 to 2006. He was also a correspondent for CTV National News, sat as substitute anchor and substitute host on Canada AM, Report on Business Television and contributed to the radio. He has been an anchor and reporter for CTV British Columbia. He began his journalism career in Calgary as a researcher for the CBC. He then worked as an associate producer, reporter, and anchor with CBC Newsworld. Baichwal has worked in public affairs in Ontario. Baichwal, reckoned as one of the most dynamic and accomplished newscasters in the broadcasting industry has prolifically served various television station including CTV National News and CBC both as a news presenter and correspondent. Prior to joining the Chicago-based WLS-TV, he was an anchor-newscaster for CTV British Columbia followed by CTV National News as a correspondent. With such high-profile work credit, he certainly must have hoarded a colossal fortune throughout the career.

Ravi Baichwal Net Worth | Ravi Baichwal Salary

Ravi estimated net worth and annual salary has not been revealed yet. However, working as a news anchor for multiple television stations must have garnered him lucrative deals that instantly augmented his fortune.

Ravi Baichwal Nationality

Ethnicity: Asian

Nationality: American

Ravi Baichwal Abc

Ravi Baichwal co-anchors the ABC 7 Weekend News at 5 and 10 p.m. He also reports for ABC 7’s newscasts. Baichwal joined ABC 7 Chicago in November 2006.

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Published: on Tuesday, 18 August 2015 18:15

Source: chicagoradioandmedia.com

Today’s News & Notes features eleven local media news items, including ABC 7 gains record Cubs ratings; Ravi Baichwal gains citizenship; Sylvia Perez returns to television; Rich Koz hosts a charitable event; WLEY-FM releases its morning show; Scott Miller needs votes on his facial hair; Dan McNeil celebrates an anniversary; 87.7 MeTV FM adds a website feature; WTMX-FM gets profiled; Eric & Kathy put on a free concert; and Mike Mason gets a huge promotion. All of these details can be found below…

The red-hot Chicago Cubs continue to deliver red-hot ratings. This past Saturday night, as the Cubs took on their crosstown rival Chicago White Sox, WLS-TV/ABC 7 gained average household ratings of 7.6 (approximately 266,000 homes in the Chicago market). Nielsen ratings also estimate that 377,000 adults ages 18 and over tuned in to WLS-TV. That makes this game the highest-rated Cubs broadcast on the 2015 season… so far. Additionally, for the Adults 25-54 demographic, WLS-TV pulled in a 3.5 rating, making that the highest for a Cubs game seen on local television by that demo this season. If the Cubs continue their winning ways, expect more of these record rating reports from the three primary Chicago stations that broadcast Cubs games locally.

WLS-TV/ABC 7 weekend news anchor Ravi Baichwal became a U.S. citizen earlier today. Baichwal was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario in Canada. After working for seven years in television news in Toronto, Baichwal came to Chicago’s WLS-TV in November 2006. After nine years of being a Chicago resident, he is now finally an official American resident, as well.

Chicago media veteran Rich Koz — a close, personal friend of WCIU-TV/The U and Me-TV’s Svengoolie — will be hosting a special charity event on Thursday called “Bowling for Rhinos.” This is the 25th annual bowling event that raises money to help stop rhinoceros poaching and save at least five species of rhinos. “Bowling for Rhinos” is a joint event between the Lincoln Park Zoo and Brookfield Zoo chapters of the American Association of Zoo Keepers. Along with Rich Koz, longtime professional wrestler “Rhyno” will be in attendance. Although all of the bowling spots have been filled up, sponsorship opportunities remain and fans can still come to the event to watch and participate in the raffles. “Bowling for Rhinos” will take place Thursday starting at 6:30 pm at Diversey River Bowl (2211 W. Diversey Avenue, Chicago).