Lynette Romero Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, KNBC, Net Worth, Salary

Lynette Romero Biography

Lynette Romero is an American Emmy Award-winning anchor/reporter working for KNBC 4. There she co-anchors the morning show, “Today in L.A.”. She joined the station in October 2022.

Lynette Romero Age

Romero is 56 years old as of 2022. She was born on 2 February 1967 in Denver, Colorado USA. She celebrates her birthday on 2 February every year.

Lynette Romero Height

Romero stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Lynette Romero Family

Romero has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Romero has any siblings.

Lynette Romero Husband

She is married to David Angulo. The couple met in January of 1994 and wedded on 12 July 1993. The couple has a daughter Olivia who was born on 2 August 2003. The family lives in Los Angeles, California. In addition, on July 11, 2015, she shared a post on her Instagram account about her 12-year wedding anniversary

Lynette Romero Net Worth

Romero has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million and $ 7 Million which she has earned through her career as a Journalist.

Lynette Romero
Lynette Romero

Lynette Romero Salary

Romero earns an annual salary ranging between $ 55,000 – $ 110,500.

Lynette Romero Education

She has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado, in journalism and television news. Lynette first arrived in January 1999 as a general assignment reporter for KTLA.

Lynette Romero Career

Romero serves at KNBC 4 as a co-anchor for the morning show, “Today in L.A.”. Before joining KNBC, she worked for KTLA as an anchor and reporter. She worked at KTLA-TV from 1999 to September 14, 2022. Romero got a second Golden Mike Award for the best 60-minute evening show together with her new peers during her tenure at KTLA.

She is also a local recipient of the Emmy Award for reporting the best feature news. For her role as a reporter/anchor for the show called “Access L.A.,” Lynette won a Golden Mike and a local Emmy Award. In 2006, she also received a local Emmy as a reporter and producer for the five-part series called “From Farm to Fork,” The Latino Experience.

She spent ten years anchoring and reporting on KUSA-TV in Denver before joining KTLA. She also spent nearly a year working for KUSA-TV ‘s KVUE-TV sister station in Austin, Texas. When she was in Denver, Lynette’s duties included the Waco standoff, the papal visit of 1993, and the bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal Building.

She brings extensive news experience to her job. From August 2000 to October 2004, Lynette was co-anchor of ‘KTLA Prime News.’ Lynette is also a member of the University of Colorado’s advisory board for the School of Journalism and Mass Media and a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. She teaches an anchor and reporting class for UCLA Extension. She spends much of her private time in the community where she speaks and performs in local schools at government functions.

Lynette Romero KNBC

She joined KNBC on October 10, 2022, where she anchors KNBC’s 4 a.m. to 7 a.m. newscast alongside co-anchor Adrian Arambulo, traffic anchor Robin Winston, and meteorologist Belen De Leon. The position she took was left vacant in 2021 after her departure late last year of Daniella Guzman.

Lynette Romero KTLA 5 / Lynette Romero Leaving KTLA

Romero’s departure from KTLA was abruptly announced on air on September 14 by KTLA anchor Sam Rubin. Her last day at the station was set for September 18, when her contract expired. She had worked for the station for nearly 24 years. Romero is currently working at  KTLA 5 where she works alongside other famous  KTLA 5 anchors and reporters including;

  1. Ellina Abovian
  2. Frank Buckley
  3. Liberté Chan
  4. Kimberly Cheng
  5. Samantha Cortese
  6. Rich DeMuro
  7. Dayna Devon
  8. Henry DiCarlo
  9. Kaj Goldberg
  10. Jennifer Gould
  11. Steve Hartman
  12. Kirk Hawkins
  13. Vera Jimenez
  14. Doug Kolk
  15. Mark Kriski
  16. Tim Lynn
  17. Brian Webb
  18. Jennifer McGraw
  19. Andy Riesmeyer
  20. Robert Puente
  21. Mark Mester
  22. David Pingalore
  23. Christina Pascucci
  24. Lu Parker
  25. Micah Ohlman
  26. Erin Myers
  27. Kacey Montoya
  28. Sam Rubin
  29. Carlos Saucedo
  30. Chris Schauble
  31. Eric Spillman
  32. Megan Telles
  33. Glen Walker
  34. Sara Welch
  35. Chip Yost

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