Carlos Saucedo Biography
Carlos Saucedo is an American general assignment reporter for KTLA 5 News. He joined the station in March 2019.
Carlos grew up in Montebello, a city just east of Los Angeles. Before joining the ABC30 Action News team in August of 2011, Carlos was a reporter and bureau chief for KWTX News 10 in Waco, TX.
During that time, he covered stories from the largest U.S. military base in the world, including the aftermath of the Fort Hood massacre. Prior to this, Carlos also briefly reported for WVLT in Knoxville, Tennessee through RTDNA’s Rob Sunde Fellowship.
Carlos Saucedo Age
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Carlos Saucedo Family
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Carlos Saucedo Dating | Wife
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Carlos Saucedo Children
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Carlos Saucedo Educational Background
Knowing he wanted to take his passion for service into journalism, Carlos attended USC’s Annenberg School of Communications where he earned his master’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Carlos Saucedo Career
Carlos reported to KFSN, the ABC station in Fresno, before joining ABC10 as a Multimedia Journalist and Anchor. There, he covered a wide range of stories, including the region’s known rich agricultural industry. He also covered breaking news stories and filed the first live reports in a wild animal sanctuary when a deadly lion attack occurred.
Carlos began his broadcasting career as a reporter and head of KWTX’s office in Waco, TX. During that time, he covered stories from the world’s largest U.S. military base, including the aftermath and legal proceedings following the massacre at Fort Hood.
Carlos grew up in Montebello, a native of California, just east of Los Angeles. His background in education bridges the feud between longtime rivals: UCLA and USC. Carlos was awarded his bachelor’s degree in political science and public affairs while at UCLA.
Knowing that he wanted to incorporate his passion for service into journalism, Carlos attended the Annenberg School of Communications at the USC where he earned a master’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Carlos enjoys traveling and photography if he doesn’t chase the latest story. He is also a member of the Hispanic Journalists ‘ National Association.
Carlos Saucedo Net Worth
He has built his wealth through his job as a reporter. As of 2019, Saucedo’s net worth is under review.