Malini Basu Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WFAA News
Malini Basu Biography
Malini Basu is an American News reporter currently serving for WFAA News team in Dallas. In addition, she also joined The WFAA News team in April 2021.
Malini Basu Age – Birthday
Basu was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States.
Malini Basu Height
Basu stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Malini Basu Family
Basu has not disclosed details about her parents, however, it will be updated.
Malini Basu Husband
Basu has not disclosed bout her private personal love life however it will be updated.
Malini Basu Kids
Basu has not disclosed if she has kids however, it will be updated.
Malini Basu Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 76,135.
Malini Basu Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between$ 1 million dollars.
Malini Basu WFAA News
Basu is an American News reporter currently serving for WFAA News team in Dallas. In addition, she also joined The WFAA News team in April 2021.
Prior to joining WFAA News, she spent at least six successful years in Boston at the FOX affiliate, She also says of returning home to Texas to be with my family, who live in the Uptown Dallas and Plano areas. Coming home to Texas has been her greatest goal for years.
In addition, during her time serving for Boston 25 News, there, she won three Emmy’s, including one for a story about the Massachusetts State Police, which resulted in a colonel stepping down. I traveled to El Salvador to one of the world’s most dangerous gang prisons, did one-on-one interviews with convicted gang members from their jail cell, and covered major trials like those of Aaron Hernandez and the Boston Marathon bomber.
Besides that, during the pandemic as embassies shut down, I helped a family from Bangladesh navigate a language barrier to get to the United States to see their dying son on life support. Moreover, she also spent day after day in Chelsea, Massachusetts, which was an epicenter of the virus. Additonaly, she also helped struggling families who were forced out of their homes. My work was recognized several times by the governor, and state senators.