Julian Sadur is a National Edward R. Murrow Award-Winning and Emmy-nominated journalist who joined the amazing team at Queen City News in September of 2021.
You can catch him on your screens on weekday mornings on Queen City News Now starting at 4 a.m.
Julian was born in Washington, DC, and raised in Rockville, Md. He attended Richard Montgomery High School, playing both football and baseball for the Rockets. Eventually going on to play baseball for Montgomery College. As he puts it, he decided to hang his cleats up and transfer to Towson University where he would major in broadcast journalism when he realized the pros were never going to call his name. It ended up being the best decision he ever made, because he quickly found out he could make a career out of doing one of the things he loves the most, meeting new people, listening to them, and getting to share their stories.
After graduating he briefly worked in Washington, D.C. doing online TV news and writing for a newspaper. He’d then spend the next six years in Salisbury, Md. working first as a weekend TV news reporter, and then a news anchor covering some of the biggest stories that happened on the Delmarva Peninsula such as the James T. Vaughn Prison Riot, the mass indictments at Eastern Correctional Institution. He also worked to create the award-winning series ‘Breaking the Stigma’ which helped pass legislation for the way mental health centers are funded in the state of Maryland and served as a platform for sharing inspiring stories from the LGBTQ+ community.
In his spare time, you can catch Julian eagerly rooting on his Washington, DC sports teams which he loves entirely too much, still attempting to play sports at a high level and traveling around the city talking to anyone who is willing to have a chat. He also loves cooking and finding the best places around town to eat.
Julian loves to talk, but also listens so if you ever want to pull his ear, even if it’s just to say hello, do it. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or find him on Twitter @juliansadurTV.