Miguel Amaya (journalist) Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, ABC7 and Net Worth

Miguel Amaya Biography and Wikipedia

Miguel Amaya is an American Journalist and currently(2020) a community journalist for ABC7NY.  He worked for CNN  as a desk assistant before joining ABC 7 NY and also produced The Daily DC podcast.

Miguel Amaya Age and Birthday

Amaya was born in Miami, Florida. However,  he has not revealed his exact date of birth thus it’s difficult to establish his actual age as of 2020. This information will be updated once it’s available.

Miguel Amaya Height and Weight 

Details of Amaya’s actual height and weight are currently not publicly available. Looking at his photos, he appears to be of average height and moderate weight.

Miguel Amaya Education

Amaya attended the University of Miami graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a master’s degree in International Administration. Moreover, he also attended and graduated from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

Miguel Amaya Family, Parents and Siblings

Amaya was born and raised by his parents in Miami, Florida. Details about his parents and siblings are not publicly available. Once revealed, we shall update you.

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Miguel Amaya photo

Miguel Amaya Wife, Dating and Children

Amaya has kept his personal life from the public and for this reason, we can not establish whether he is dating, married, or has children. However, we are on the lookout, and once the information is out, we shall update you.

Miguel Amaya Net Worth and Salary

At the moment we can not establish Amaya’s exact salary, however, Abc News Reporter salaries currently range between $29,000  to $42,000 annually across the United States.  These figures may vary substantially according to the level of seniority of an employee.

Miguel Amaya ABC7NY

Amaya is currently (2020) a community journalist for ABC7NY. He worked for CNN  as a desk assistant before joining ABC7NY and also produced The Daily DC podcast.

Miguel began his journalism career as a video fellow for BBC, where he reported on immigration stories from the U.S.-Mexico border and produced digital videos for a domestic and international audience.

Before he began his journalism career, he worked for public institutions like the Miami-Dade County Health Department, the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, Florida’s Department of Transportation, and the City of Doral.