Lynda Lopez Biography – Lynda Lopez Wiki
Lynda Lopez is an American journalist and co-founder of Nuyorican Productions, an American production company founded in 2001 by Benny Medina which became active in 2006 with the release of South Beach. She received her primary and secondary education while growing up in the Bronx. After graduating from Preston High School in 1989, she enrolled at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University, where she majored in Broadcasting and Communications. In 1993, she was named in the “Who’s Who Among American Hispanics.” She won the 2001 Emmy Award for “Outstanding Morning News Program.”
During the late 1990s and early 2000s, she worked as a VH1 VJ for a short time with Kane and Rebecca Rankin. In 2000, she hosted a special in which she interviewed her sister, Jennifer, in which the two discussed their childhood, as well as “J-Lo”, ‘s rising music career. Some of J-Lo’s music videos were played and her then-newest video, “Feelin’ So Good,” made its VH1 premiere during this special. During this time she was also the morning news entertainment reporter for the WB11 in New York City, WPIX. In 2002, she became the host of Style Network’s GLOW, a cable TV show dealing with women’s beauty issues, while working as an entertainment reporter at the same time. Lopez reported the latest entertainment news and stories on WNBC-TV, cable entertainment TV program E! News Live, and Spanish-language WNJU.
In 2003, Lopez became a DJ for WNEW-FM, with her boyfriend at the time, Chris Booker, a New York disc jockey and correspondent for Entertainment Tonight. In October 2003, she joined WCBS-TV as a part-time correspondent, after their show was canceled at WNEW-FM. In August 2004, she was named anchor of WCBS’ weekend morning show, making this her first news-anchor job. For reasons not known, she had not been presented on-air television since early April 2006, and subsequently she left the employ of WCBS-TV officially in June 2006.
On July 29, 2006, she premiered as the weekend co-anchor (with Mike Gilliam) on the News Corp-owned WWOR-TV’s My 9 Weekend News at 10. They replaced the team of Cathleen Trigg, who departed the station, and Rolland Smith, who retired. She then moved to WNYW-TV’s Good Day New York in 2007 and anchor of Fox 5 Live at 11am. Reid Lamberty joined her as co-anchor for the 5am hour and 11am hour on FOX 5.She was replaced from WNYW-TV’s Good Day New York by former CNN Headline News anchor Christina Park, and after returning to WWOR and her previous role she left television news altogether after the station ended weekend newscasts.
She has her book titled AOC: The Fearless Rise and Powerful Resonance of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Lynda Lopez Age
She was born on June 15, 1971, in South Bronx New York City, New York, U.S.
Lynda Lopez Husband
She was in a relationship with radio/television personality Chris Booker. They met in early 2002 at WNEW-FM in New York City, where they worked as co-hosts for the morning show. They separated in early 2005. On August 28, 2008, with her boyfriend Adam Goldfried – an American media personality, they had a daughter named Lucie Wren Lopez-Goldfried. They were together from 2006 until 2009.
Lynda Lopez Children
She has one child, a daughter called Lucie Wren Lopez-Goldfried who was born August 28, 2008.
Lynda Lopez Family
She has two siblings known as Leslie Lopez, and Jennifer Lopez a recognized singer and actress.
Lynda Lopez Parents
She is the daughter of her Puerto Rican parents called Guadalupe Rodríguez, a kindergarten teacher, and David Lopez, a computer specialist.
Lynda Lopez Net Worth
Lynda Lopez’s estimated net worth is about $300,000.
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