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Polo Sandoval Biography

Polo Sandoval is a CNN American correspondent based at the channel’s global headquarters in Atlanta. He joined CNN in 2014. At CNN he covers a wide range of breaking news stories across the country for CNN and its Sister’s Networks CNNI, HLN, and CNN Español.

Polo Sandoval Age

Polo Sandoval was born on May 10, 1971, in Texas, USA. He Grew up in Atlanta Georgia. He is s of the Lebanese-American ethnicity.

Polo Sandoval Wife

Details about his personal relashionship have not been revealed however there have been rumors about his dating or any affairs he has had. Sandoval has been speculated to be gay. This has been brought by the lack of his dating history.

Polo Sandoval Salary

According to our reliable sources, He has earned over $250 thousand dollars from CNN as a correspondent and also received over $30 thousand dollars from bonuses and fees.

Polo Sandoval Net Worth

His Estimated Net Worth has not been revealed and it is still under review.

Polo Sandoval Education

Polo Sandoval earned his bachelor’s degree in Electronic Media from Texas State University, with a minor in Spanish and also attended the University of Texas-Pan American ​ from 2003-2005.

Polo Sandoval Career

Polo joined CNN from KRGV in 2014. Since 2007, he had been the Hidalgo County Border bureau chief at KRGV. Before then, he worked as an intern at KTBC, the Fox-owned station in Austin.

Some of his assignments at KRGV-TV, included immigration, homeland security, drug cartels, and the resulting violence on both sides of the border.

His joining CNN was announced by Paul Crum. Upon joining CNN he fulfilled his responsibilities that comprised of national and international affairs for CNN’s 800 English and Spanish-speaking affiliates.

Polo is known for his high-profile stories such as the outbreak of tornadoes across the Deep South, the riots in Baltimore, the latest escape of the drug lord Joaquin and much more. His good work has given him both name and fame. He has since been recognized by the Lone Star Emmy chapter and the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters.

Sandoval’s responsibilities included daily custom coverage of national and international headlines for CNN’s 800 English- and Spanish-speaking affiliates, during his time at CNN Newsource in Washington, D.C.

He Regularly worked with CNN U.S. on high-profile stories. Some of the stories include being on the ground for the outbreak of deadly tornadoes across the deep south, the tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing (2013) and the riots in Baltimore (2015),  the prison break in Dannemora, NY (2015), and the latest escape of drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman (2016), covered hurricanes that hit British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and Houston (2017), he returned Rio Grande Valley (his hometown) to cover the controversial immigration child separation (2018), returned to south Texas to provide valuable on-the-ground context and reporting regarding the border wall as the longest-running shutdown continued in Washington, D.C. (2019).