Manuel Bojorquez Biography
Manuel Bojorquez is an American journalist who now works for CBS News as a national reporter stationed in Miami. He began his career with the TV station in 2012 as a Dallas-based journalist before being elevated to a national correspondent for the network’s Miami office in January 2017.
How old is Manuel Bojorquez? – Age
He was born in El Salvador. His exact age is unknown.
Where did Manuel Bojorquez go to school? – Education
He attended the University of Southern California, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism with honors.
Manuel Bojorquez – Family
He was born in El Salvador to Salvadoran parents and grew up in South Central Los Angeles. However, Manuel has not revealed any information about his parents or siblings to the public.
Manuel Bojorquez Spouse
He is an openly homosexual man who is happily married to Tyler Sieswerda. Manuel and his hubby initially met in August 2003 and eventually married in 2012 after dating for a while. On August 12, 2020, the couple will celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary. He now lives in Miami with his wife, Tyler.
What is Bojorquez Salary?
Manuel earns an estimated salary of $120,462 every year.
Bojorquez Net Worth
He has a net worth of $1 million.
Manuel Bojorquez Career
His media career began in the year 2000 when he worked as a general assignment reporter for KESQ-TV in Palm Springs, California. Manuel is also a proud University of Southern California graduate. Since 2002, he has worked as a general assignment reporter for KNXV-TV in Phoenix, Arizona. In addition, he received The Associated Press honors for best live reporting for his coverage of the state’s wildfires in 2004 and 2005. He covered a number of significant events, including the 2008 presidential election, Tropical Storm Fay, and the first Sunday service at Ebenezer Baptist Church after President Obama’s victory during his stay in Atlanta. Manuel was awarded a NATAS Southeast Emmy for Live Reporting in 2011.
He was also a member of the team that received the Edward R. Murrow Award in 2015 for a story on a tornado that damaged portions of a town in Arkansas. Manuel formerly worked as a general assignment reporter for WSB-TV in Atlanta, Georgia. Manuel was also one of the first network news journalists to arrive on the site of the July 2016 Dallas police ambush.
He is presently a CBS News national correspondent stationed in Miami. Manuel began working with the network in 2012 as a Dallas-based journalist before becoming a national reporter for CBS’ Miami Bureau in January 2017. He has covered a number of important news events in Texas and around the South.