|Born||Kenneth J. Bastida
December 30, 1956
San Francisco, California, United States
|Known for||News anchor, Channel 5 (KPIX)|
Ken Bastida (born December 30, 1956) is a California news anchor on Channel 5 (KPIX), a CBS affiliate. He has been a reporter with the station since 1990. Bastida began his career as a Bay Area radio host in 1978. Since then he has held on air positions at Bay Area radio stations KFRC, KGO, KMEL, K101, KFYI and KCBS radio. For a time Bastida even hosted his own landscaping show on HGTV called Landscape Smart. Bastida holds a degree in Broadcast Communication Arts from San Francisco State University and was inducted into the University's Hall of Fame in May 2008.
Public and industry awards
- 1989 Peabody Award for coverage of the Loma Prieta earthquake
- 2004 Emmy Award for outstanding achievement in continuing coverage for his series "Inside the Middle East"
- 2007 Emmy Award for Best Newscast Large Market
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