David Novarro

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David Novarro (born October 1) is a television news journalist for WABC-TV in New York. He is the co-anchor of Eyewitness News 4 pm newscast with Liz Cho.

Novarro returned to WABC-TV in December 2010 after leaving WFLD-TV in Chicago as the Anchor of Good Day Chicago.

Novarro anchored the "Ten" newscast at Fox Chicago from 2007-2009.[1] He was tapped to spearhead the station's expansion into the 10:00 PM time slot after anchoring "Fox News in the Morning"

He was voted "Best Newscaster" in a Chicago Kiss FM radio poll. Novarro and his co-anchor Tamron Hall hosted the morning broadcast for seven years, beginning in 2000. David Novarro was recruited to Fox Chicago from WABC-TV in New York, where he was the morning weekend anchor and general assignment reporter.

Novarro has won several Emmys and received much recognition for his work on many influential stories. The documentary "Cropsey" is based on a real life serial killer that was the subject of exclusive reports Novarro first broke on Eyewitness news.[2]

He graduated from New York University. His producer credits include the Morning Show with Regis Philbin at WABC-TV,Two on the Town with Leeza Gibbons & Rob Weller and music video show Hot Tracks. He is of Puerto Rican descent.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eye Witness News. "Meet the Team - David Novarro". Archived from the original on 8 April 2011. Retrieved 28 March 2011. 
  2. ^ TV Guide. "David Novarro". Retrieved 28 March 2011.