Lynette Romero Profile
Lynette Romero is an American Emmy award-winning anchor and reporter who worked at KTLA 5. She served as a morning anchor and reporter on KTLA 5 Morning News.
Lynette Romero Education
Romero attended the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism, and broadcast news.
Lynette Romero Career
During her first years at KTLA, the Radio and Television News Association of Southern California awarded her with the prestigious Golden Mike Award for r producing and reporting the KTLA News series “Public Schools: Working the System.” In addition, she served as the co-anchor for “KTLA Prime News,” from August 2000 to October 2004. Together with her co-anchors of KTLA Prime News they received the Golden Mike for best 60-minute evening newscast.
In addition, she received a local Emmy award for best feature news reporting. She also did receive a local Emmy and Golden Mike Award for the show Access L.A. and a local Emmy as reporter/producer for the five-part series “From Farm to Fork.” Furthermore, she also did work at KUSA-TV in Denver for a period of ten years as an anchor and reporter. Romero also worked at KVUE-TV in Austin, Texas where she served as a reporter. While she resided and worked in Denver, her assignments included the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, the standoff in Waco, and the 1993 papal visit.
Furthermore, at the University of Colorado School of Journalism and Mass Communication, she served as an advisory board member and is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. At UCLA Extension she teaches a reporting and anchor class. Additionally, she also spent ample time in the community speaking at local schools and appearing at public events. For a number of years, she has served as master of ceremonies for the Lawyers for Literacy Spelling Bee, the Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon, and many other community events.
Lynette Romero KNBC
She is set to join KNBC on October 10, 2022 where she will anchor 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 will take was left vacant in 2021 after the departure late last year of Daniella Guzman.
Lynette Romero Leaving KTLA
Her departure from KTLA was abruptly announced on air 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.
Lynette Romero Age
Romero is 54 years old as of 2021. She was born on February 2, 1967, in Denver, Colorado, United States. She celebrates her birthday on the 2nd of February every year.
Quick Facts About Lynette Romero
|Full Name||Lynette Romero|
|Age||54 years old as of 2021|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Lynette Romero Height
Romero stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.6m) tall.
Lynette Romero Family
Romero’s mother was known as Viola Romero passed on in January 2022. She lost her mother to dementia and together with her family, they are raising funds for the Alzheimer’s Association. However, she has not revealed the names of her siblings or that of her father.
Lynette Romero Husband
Romero is married to David Angulo who she met in January 1994, and the two began dating since then. Later on July 12, 1993, they tied the knot. Together the couple has been blessed with a daughter whose name she has not revealed. She resides in Los Angeles together with her family.
Lynette Romero Salary
Being one of the top Journalists for KTLA 5, Romero earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Lynette Romero Net Worth
Romero has an estimated net worth of between $100,000 – $1 Million which she has earned through her successful career as an anchor and reporter.