Brad Sattin - Anchor
"There's a lot of warmth in Minnesota, despite the weather, because people care about one another," says Brad Sattin
"I love being part of the process of telling the stories that make a difference in people's lives."
Brad came to 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS in March 2004 after five years as a reporter at WPHL-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Brad started his career by interning for Dan Rather at CBS News in New York.
Brad spent some time as a weekend anchor and investigative reporter at WSPA-TV in Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina, from 1991 to 1999.
also earned a summer fellowship from the International Radio and Television Society
has earned four Emmy Awards ranging from breaking news to feature stories.
has been recognized by the Associated Press
live, breaking news reporting, by the Radio and Television News Directors' Association
investigative work, and was voted by a Philadelphia newspaper as one of the best reporters in Philadelphia in 2002.
career highlights, one notable story includes a series on mismanagement of the South Carolina Highway Patrol.
Brad was also the first reporter on the scene to cover the story, and later the trial, of Susan Smith, the Union, South Carolina mother who drowned her two children.
During his career, Brad has also interviewed presidents Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bill Clinton.
In 1988 Brad graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.
grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs of Shillington, Pennsylvania, and today resides in St. Louis Park.
hobbies include running, reading, and traveling.
is currently in the process of watching every Oscar-winning movie since 1929, which proved to be a tougher challenge than he
is a Philadelphia sports fan, although there's not much to cheer about these days.