Sid was raised in Southern California and is a graduate of California State University Long Beach with a degree in journalism.
He started his broadcast career in 1983 at KBAK in Bakersfield as an anchor and reporter. In 1987, Sid went to WGN in Chicago. He returned to Los Angeles in 1994 to anchor and report at KFWB news radio. He then went to KFSN in Fresno as a reporter and anchor before returning home to join ABC7 in 1997.
During his tenure at ABC7, Sid has also served as the Eyewitness News Orange County Bureau Chief.
Sid is a long time member of the California Chicano News Media Association and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Sid is committed to the community, regularly participating in educational projects and other civic events.
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