Is Cindy Hsu Leaving CBS Weekend Show? Channel Plans New Morning Program Replacing Drew Barrymore

 

CBS's Cindy Hsu is a truly charming anchor. ( Source : Instagram )

Since 1993, Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter Cindy Hsu has worked for CBS New York; nevertheless, there are currently widespread speculations that she will be departing the company.

At WCBS-TV in New York City, Cindy Hsu is a Chinese American television news anchor and reporter. She is currently the weekend morning news anchor.

She had previously anchored the morning, noon, and 5:00 p.m. newscasts at various points. Up until July 2016, when Jessica Moore took over, she anchored the weekend evening newscasts alone.

Is Cindy Hsu Leaving CBS? New Morning Program Host

Yes, Cindy Hsu, who has worked for CBS, is quitting just her shift and not the entire show. My last weekend show @cbsnewyork with my best friend @andreagrymestv who is taking over, the information has been confirmed according to her Instagram Post .

Then, starting on Monday, September 12, I hope you'll watch our new program, "CBS 2 News at 9," which airs M-F at 9am.

However, her supporters and admirers are overjoyed to see her in her new role. She has long been employed by CBS, where many people still adore her work and presentations.

Cindy Hsu of CBS2 tells Dana Tyler her most personal story.
Cindy Hsu of CBS2 tells Dana Tyler her most personal story. ( Source : cbsnews )

She has worked as a journalist all across the nation, including Richmond, Virginia, Steubenville, Ohio, and Green Bay, Wisconsin.

According to the Cbsnews.com, Cindy was a champion dragon boat racer for Women in Canoe and served as president of the Asian American Journalists Association's New York Chapter.

For stories like "Smuggled from China," which exposed the horrifying circumstances of Chinese refugees trying to reach America, Cindy has won Emmy Awards.

Cindy Hsu Husband: Is She Married?

The 56-year-old Cindy is not wed at this time. She hasn't revealed if she's married or involved in a relationship as of now.

Hsu joined the station in 1993 as a reporter, and in May 1994 she was given the opportunity to become the weekend co-anchor. In July 1996, Hsu received another promotion to morning co-anchor, and in the following month, to noon co-anchor.

I'm thrilled that @HsuTV will co-emcee with @sree.
I'm thrilled that @HsuTV will co-emcee with @sree. ( Source : mobile )

Hsu formerly held the positions of reporter and anchor at WFRV-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and WTOV-TV in Steubenville, Ohio, before joining WCBS-TV. She started out in the media as an associate producer for Richmond, Virginia's WTVR-TV.

"Bringing Rosie Home," a two-part series, was her most moving story. She adopted her daughter Rosie as a single mother from China, bringing viewers there through home footage. The show received an Emmy nomination in addition to winning the New York AP Broadcasters Award for Best Feature.

Cindy Hsu salary: How Much Does She Make?

Cindy Hsu is being paid a salary of $76,000 yearly, according to the source. She spends a big part of her free time to volunteer work in the community and is open about her battle with depression in an effort to reduce the stigma associated with mental health.

She is very active in the Asian-American community and has worked with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. She has participated in big brother/big sister programs like the Asian Professional Exchange (APEX) in the past and present.

With her mother, Cindy Hsu visited Hadestown.
With her mother, Cindy Hsu visited Hadestown. ( Source : mobile )

For more than 20 years, Cindy and her younger sister have been together. She has also collaborated with the Museum of Chinese in America, the Children's Miracle Network, the Humane Society of New York, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Cindy paddled for many years on the Women in Canoe championship dragon boat team and served as president of the Asian American Journalists Association's New York Chapter.

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