They are the News anchors and weather reporters who stun us each day with their great style while delivering the news. These anchors manage to capture our attention with their stunning fashion choices. Whether it’s a reporting day on the field or a day on screen? These Broadcasters truly know the style while keeping it professional. After all, you don’t have to look like a nerd just because you are delivering the news?
Here are top five most stylish News and Weather anchors of British Columbia
Sonia Beeksma – Making it to the top of the list? Sonia is an absolute stunner. The lady holds an incredible sense of style and rock each day like there is no tomorrow. Sonia Beeksma is a traffic anchor and segment reporter for CTV Morning Live in Vancouver. The award-winning broadcaster joined CTV Vancouver in 2016, but her career started in 2009 after completing the Broadcasting and Performing Arts program at Columbia Academy and the journalism program at BCIT. When she is not in front of the green screen? She likes to spend time with her daughter.
Chris Gailus – Global BC’s news anchor Chris makes it to the second most dressed news anchor. Whether its a day in a t-shirt on the field or it a day in front of the camera? Chris never fails to impress his audience with his great smile and style. Chris has nearly 30 years of experience in broadcast journalism and is a proud graduate of the Broadcast Journalism Program at Mount Royal University in Calgary. Chris loves all sports, including rugby, football, basketball, golf, mountain biking, and in the winter, snowboarding. He and his family also enjoy traveling whenever they find the time and consider London, New York, and Mexico as their favorite destinations.
Andrew Chang – Andrew Chang hosts The National, alongside Adrienne Arsenault, Rosemary Barton, and Ian Hanomansing. Chang was the Canadian Screen Award-winning host of CBC Vancouver News at 6. He has also spent time in the host chair for other network shows such as CBC Radio One’s The Current, CBC News’ The National and CBC News Now.
Sonia Sunger – Born and raised in Victoria, this proud British Columbian is thrilled to be back at home and even more excited to be part of the great team at Global BC.
Growing up watching BCTV, Sonia realized at a young age that she wanted to be a Journalist. She filed her first on-air report while working in Edmonton, but in reality, Sonia started reporting long before then.
Scott Roberts – Last but not the least Scotts Roberts is another anchor who makes it to the Top Five list. Born and raised in Dresden, Ontario, Scott grew up in a horse racing community and still enjoys watching the sport. He’s an avid runner and takes full advantage of outdoor life in Vancouver.