Hyunju “Juju” Chang is one of the leading journalists in the news channel ABC. She has been on ABC since 1984 and hosts the show called ‘Nightline’. Prior she was the host of ABC’s morning news program Good Morning America (2009-2011) and was also a fill-in-anchor and special correspondent for Nightline. In 1984 she started working at ABC as a desk assistant and later in 1991 became a producer and off-air-reporter for World News Tonight.
She won an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award in 1995 for the series she produced for World News Tonight. Later in 1995, she left World News Tonight to become a reporter at KGO-TV in San Francisco dealing with state and local matters. After spending about a year at KGO-TV she returned to ABC News in 1996 and took up the position of correspondent for NewsOne, an ABC affiliate news service in Washington, DC, treating the White House, Capitol Hill, and the 1996 presidential election.
Chang has also reported for ABC’s various shows which include 20/20, Nightline, Good Morning America, and hosted a series for PBS. Let’s see how much the American journalists’ worth is.
Juju Chang’s Net Worth
She joined ABC in 1984 and hosted many shows throughout her career which would have brought her a large number of cheques contributing to increase her net worth. As of 2020, Chang’s salary is not disclosed and her net worth is also not revealed and is under review.
Who is Juju Chang married to?
Chang married the president and CEO of WNET, Neal Shapiro on December 2, 1995, and adopted the Jewish religion. The couple together shares three sons named, Jared born in 2000, Travis born in 2003, and Mason born in 2007. The family is happy together and resides on the West Side of Manhattan.
Juju Chang Growing Up
Juju Chang was born on the 17th of September in the year 1965, in Seoul, South Korea. She was born to Okyong and Palki Chang. She was raised up in Sunnyvale, California, following her family’s migration to the U.S. in 1969. She is a graduate with honors from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and communication. She was also ranked as a national swimmer at a young age. She won the Edwin Cotrell Political Science Prize at Stanford University.