Sade Baderinwa is known a news anchor at New York's WABC Channel 7. She is famous for being a co-anchor of the weekday editions of Eyewitness News alongside Diana Williams and the nightly news with Bill Ritter.
Early at the start of her reporting career, she was a reporter for WSLS in Roanoke, Virginia. She also worked as a reporter trainee at WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C. where she began to get valuable experience.
Sade joined the Eyewitness News team in 2003 as a reporter and anchor of Eyewitness News at Noon. Sade arrived at the Channel 7 station from Baltimore's WBAL-TV, where she anchored the morning and noon newscasts and also hosted a weekly community affairs show.
Sade is a huge and devoted believer in giving back to her community. She has been involved with numerous Tri-State area charity organizations, community leaders and students. After being struck by a hit and run driver in a scary incident while covering a story for Eyewitness News, Sade has championed efforts to deal with the growing problem of hit and run accidents in her community. For her brave efforts, she was recognized and praised with the NJ Governor's Representative Award for Traffic Safety.
Last Modified: Jul 28, 2020