Arthur Chi’en’s Net Worth, Height, Age, & Personal Info Wiki

Arthur Chi’en is a weekend anchor for FOX 5 New York. (1

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Facts About Arthur Chi'en

NationalityAmerican
Estimate Net Worth$5 million
ReligionNA
Zodiac SignNA
BirthplaceNA
BirthdayNA

Arthur Chi'en's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

Height5 ft 7 in
1.70 m
Weight165 pounds
75 kg
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
Body TypeFit
Sexual OrientationStraight

Arthur Chi'en's Net Worth

Arthur Chi’en’s net worth as of 2022 is about $5 million. It is virtually impossible to determine a person’s total assets and monthly income. Net worth is an estimated investment per several sources. He works for Fox 5 as one of their top journalists. (2)

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Arthur Chi'en's Early Life

Chi’en prefers to keep his personal information private despite his celebrity and media fortune. It makes sense that Chi’en would want to keep family matters confidential. His family background is unknown, indicating that he is one of many actors who prefer to maintain their privacy. This is consistent with the choice made by famous people to protect themselves by maintaining the confidentiality of their personal information.

Arthur Chi'en's Education

Chi’en studied journalism at Columbia University and started out at NBC News, eventually becoming a producer for the Today Show in New York Bureau and NBC’s Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. (3)

Before college, he attended Hunter College High School in Manhattan.

Arthur Chi'en's Wife/Girlfriend and Family Life

Arthur Chi’en decided to keep his marital status a secret. 

Arthur Chi'en's Career

As a Specials Unit correspondent, Arthur has covered significant incidents like hurricanes, TWA 800, and plane crashes, among others. The Emmy Award winner, fiercely competitive in his line of work, covered the Oklahoma City bombing, the elections of 1994 and 1996, and O.J.’s trial and arrest. Simpson. In 1998, Chi’en started working for New York 1. From being a producer, he advanced to becoming a reporter. Arthur was therefore given a variety of topics, including hard news, features, and investigative news. However, he also covered the September 11 attacks and the clergy’s sexual abuse misconduct because he had transportation skills. Chi’en was a reporter at WCBS-TV in New York and worked for WFXT-TV in Boston also WPIX-TV. The transit strike, Sandy, the hurricane, and the Southeast Asian tsunami were among the events that Arthur covered while working.

An American-Asian news anchor for WNYW-TV FOX 5 in New York, Arthur Chi’en has won three Emmy Awards. As a general assignment journalist, Chi’en covers many topics, including breaking news, political, and investigative stories. Arthur reported on the Ebola epidemic, the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack, and the death of Eric Garner. Chi’en also began his career as a journalist at NBC News, where he collaborated with Tom Brokaw as a producer of the “Nightly News.” He also served as the “Today Show” producer at the New York Bureau.

In May 2005, Chi’en was performing live standup on a Midtown street while covering transportation news for WCBS-TV. Just after his report was finished, Chi’en turned to the harassers and taunters, thinking he was off the air. Still, he wasn’t and shouted at them using a 4-letter word prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission. There was a story about MetroCard scams when 2 men behind him were taunting and harassing him on camera, gesturing crudely and holding up a sign for the radio show “Opie & Anthony.” However, Chi’en was let go by WCBS-TV. (4)

References

  1. Arthur Chi’en, retrieved fromhttps://www.fox5ny.com/person/c/arthur-chien
  2. Arthur Chi’en Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, FOX 5, Salary And Net Worth, retrieved from https://thewhoisbio.com/arthur-chien/
  3. Arthur Chi’en FOX 5, Wiki / Bio, Age, Wife, Salary, Net Worth & Nationality, retrieved from https://pride-pedia.com/arthur-chien/
  4. Arthur Chi’en, retrieved from https://factwikis.com/arthur-chien/

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