Cher Calvin is an American anchor and reporter. Currently, Cher serves as an anchor at KTLA 5 News. She broadcasts news at 6, 6:30, 10, and 11 on weeknights. Before that, Cher co-anchored the weekend evening news and KTLA’s morning show. Her broadcasts won her an Emmy in 2005. Cher also holds three Golden Mike Awards: one for the “KTLA 5 Morning News.” and two for best public affairs program, “Access L.A.” Cher became part of the KTLA news team in 2005.
Frank Buckley is an American anchor and reporter. The Award-winning broadcast journalist currently serves as an anchor at KTLA. There, Frank anchors the station’s Emmy Award-winning show and the L.A.’s No.1-rated KTLA 5 Morning News. He is also the host of a TV show as well as a podcast that airs on KTLA Weekends. The podcast also streams live on his Youtube.
Rich DeMuro is an American journalist. He currently serves as a tech reporter for KTLA-TV. Rich has been serving as a TV reporter for more than 15 years. Before joining KTLA, Rich served as a senior editor at CNET the technology website. Additionally, he worked as a reporter at Channel One News as well as local TV stations based in Yakima, Washington, and also Shreveport, Louisiana. He holds a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award for covering social issues related to technology.
Ellina Abovian is an American anchor and reporter. She currently serves as a general assignment reporter at KTLA5 News based in Los Angeles, California. Ellina became part of the station’s news team in 2015. She speaks three languages i.e French, Russian, and Armenian. Ellina loves to travel during her free time. She as well enjoys cooking, hiking, dining out, doing artwork, watching movies, and spending time with her lovely family.
Liberte Chan is an American meteorologist and reporter. She currently serves as an Unscripted contributor at KTLA Channel 5 based in Los Angeles. Apart from being a journalist, Liberte is also a blogger and certified yoga teacher. She served under a legend in Los Angeles news, the late Hal Fishman, as his writer for the one-hour news show KTLA 5 News at 10. Later, Liberte worked for KCOY-TV/KKFX-TV on the Central Coast. She reported from Santa Barbara County. In 2010, Liberte returned to KTLA.
Samantha Cortese is an American anchor and reporter. She currently serves as a digital multimedia journalist and a co-host of KTLA 5 News. Samantha is an Emmy-nominated reporter as well as an anchor who has a passion for on-air and online reporting. She works to her level best in order to bring energy to news, digital, as well as social media so as to keep her viewers informed and also engaged.
Gayle Anderson is an American reporter. She currently serves as a reporter at KTLA during the Morning News. Gayle began her career by working as a field producer for the National Black Network as well as ABC-TV based in New York. In 1984, Gayle began working as a reporter and also a weekend anchor at WCIX-TV ( currently known as WFOR-TV). She later left the station in 1986. While working at WCIX-TV, Gayle also served as a reporter for other prominent radio networks, such as WABC and NBC Radio Network.
Kimberly Cheng is an American Journalist. She currently serves as a general assignment reporter for KTLA 5 News. She is the Weeknights 10 pm and 11 pm reporter. Kimberly joined the station in May 2013. Prior to joining KTLA, Kimberly served as a fill-in anchor, reporter, and multimedia journalist at the ABC affiliate based in Phoenix. She as well worked in Palm Springs, California, at the CBS affiliate. Kimberly wore different hats: anchor, editor, reporter, and also the host of the red carpet.
Rick Chambers is an American tv anchor as well as a radio announcer. He currently serves as the co-anchor of the KTLA Weekend News and also Sunday Edition. Rick has been working for the station since May of 2011. Additionally, he gives the voice of a radio announcer on Neil Goldman’s boombox called “Once Bitten”.
Jennifer McGraw is an American reporter and anchor. She currently serves as a general task Journalist at KTLA 5 News. Jennifer joined the KTLA 5 News team in July 2019. The San Francisco State University graduate holds a degree in journalism and also a minor in political science. Jennifer’s major achievement is to be able to tell all sides of a story and also bring light and voices to those who are voiceless in their communities.