Who Is Lynette Romero?
Lynette Romera was born on 2nd Febrauary 1967. She is 55 years old. Lynette is an American journalist, News Anchor, reporter, media personality and also the famous face of the KTLA news network. She has also been famously known for her amazing news presentations and reporting. People then began searching for her after she left the channel where she was working. There were a lot of rumors that came into the limelight regarding this matter. In fact, a lot of people assumed that she was dead. According to the reports, Lynette Romero met with an accident on July 17, 2021. Although it caused her serious injuries back then she recovered soon. She eventually got 11 stitches because the chandelier fell on her.
Why Did Lynette Romero Leave KTLA?
A message regarding Lynette was published on the official KTLA Twitter feed on September 14, 2022. “Our Lynette Romero has decided to move on and pursue another opportunity after nearly 24 years at KTLA,” they stated. We send our warmest wishes to Lynette as she begins her next chapter.
A former co-anchor (Sam Rubin) is seen in the clip added wishing her luck, letting her know she would be missed, and expressing good wishes for the future.
The tweet has received nearly 2,500 likes so far. Many Twitter users have posted replies that demonstrate how perplexed they are about the situation. Strange how she didn’t receive a farewell performance after all these years, one commenter wrote. What actually happened is being questioned by many viewers.
Is Lynette Romero Still On KTLA?
When Lynette’s departure from the network was announced, KTLA moved quickly to delete her biography from the news team’s website. She hasn’t yet made any announcements about what she intends to do next. Her Instagram is also giving no signals as to what can happen in the future.
“KTLA management had hoped she would stay here her entire career and KTLA worked hard to make that happen, but Lynette has decided to go on to another opportunity elsewhere,” Sam remarked in his inaugural broadcast informing the public of her departure.
What Is Lynette’s Next Plan?
Lynette has more than two decades of experience telling informative stories in front of the cameras, though she hasn’t yet disclosed that bit of information.
This indicates that she almost certainly encountered an appealing opportunity. We eagerly anticipate her upcoming actions!
The CW is linked with the Los Angeles, California-based television station KTLA (channel 5). It is the Nexstar Media Group’s largest directly owned asset. The Sunset Bronson Facilities on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood house KTLA’s studios and Mount Wilson serves as the site of the station’s transmitter. By market size, it is the second-largest CW affiliate that is not jointly owned and run by Paramount Global, the network’s co-owner (the largest being sister station WPIX in New York City).
After starting operations in January 1947, KTLA became the first television station in the western United States with a commercial license.
KTLA is available as a superstation via DirecTV and Dish Network (the latter service is only available to grandfathered subscribers that had purchased its a la carte superstation tier prior to Dish halting sales of the package to new subscribers in September 2013), as well as on cable providers in a few cities in the southwestern United States and across Canada, despite not having as wide a national carriage as its Chicago sister station WGN-TV.
As of 2015, KTLA has a news radio station on iHeartRadio that is exclusively accessible online.
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