Sunday, November 25, 2007

Vote For The Hottest News Babe in LA

So who is the hottest news anchor or reporter in Los Angeles? I've read a lot of message boards, people's lists and I put together a consensus list, but feel free to email me at anchorbabes@gmail.com if your hottie isn't on it.

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The candidates are:

Jackie Johnson (KCAL)
Jackie Johnson is a weather girl and television personality for the primetime KCAL-TV news and the late afternoon KCBS-TV news. Before moving to California, she previously served as a weatherperson/personality on WSVN in Miami, and before that WCTV in Tallahassee. She is a native of Plymouth, Michigan, and attended the University of South Alabama, concentrating on meteorology. She then went on to Middle Tennessee State University to get her degree in broadcast journalism.

In 2003, Miss Johnson was also deemed "hottest" meteorologist in an online poll by Playboy Magazine. As winner, she was offered a nude celebrity pictorial in the pages of Playboy. She declined the offer.

She describes herself as of Scottish and Irish ancestry.

In 2006, Los Angeles musician Linus of Hollywood wrote a song about her titled "Jackie Johnson." It appears as a bonus track on the Japanese version of his Triangle album.

Sharon Tay (KCAL)
Sharon Tay (born October 15, 1966, Singapore) is an Emmy award winning journalist, and former host of MSNBC at the Movies and MSNBC Entertainment Hot List.

Sharon immigrated to the United States at age seven. Her family settled in Connecticut for several years before relocating to the Philippine Islands. She spent her sophomore year at the International School and then returned to the United States to complete her high school education in Massachusetts. Sharon attended Boston University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in International Relations.

Her first big break came in Boston where she anchored, wrote, and produced a weekend news show for a local cable station. In 1993, KCCN-TV, now KION in Salinas, California hired Sharon for special investigative reports. Soon thereafter, Tribune Broadcasting recruited Tay for its KTLA-5 Los Angeles staff as a general assignment reporter. She went on to become a weekend anchor and ultimately an anchor for the early morning edition of the news.

She left KTLA in December of 2004 in order to pursue opportunities at MSNBC. Hosting duties at MSNBC including stints at “MSNBC at the Movies” and “MSNBC Entertainment Hot List”, where she either hosted or co-hosted the show. Those shows were cancelled and for some time Tay was off the air completely, most likely waiting out her contract. However, Tay has recently been seen on several episodes of KTTV's Fox 11 weekend entertainment show "That's So Hollywood" and on NBC's Las Vegas as a news reporter. Tay is currently working for KCBS2/KCAL9.

Tay is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association.

Sharon is the official spokeswoman for The Directors Edge, a product line of Romar Entertainment, Inc. Sharon has also appeared in several movies as a reporter with notable appearance in Independence Day.

Lauren Sanchez (FOX)
Sánchez is an Emmy-winning journalist who began her career as a desk assistant at KCOP-TV in Los Angeles. She has also held positions as an anchor/reporter at KTVK-TV in Phoenix and with the syndicated entertainment show, Extra. She then moved on to Fox Sports Net where she served as a correspondent for the sports magazine, Going Deep and an entertainment reporter for FSN's Best Damn Sports Show Period.

In 1999, after a nationwide search, Sánchez was one of two finalists to co-host ABC'sThe View with Barbara Walters.

She subsequently re-joined KCOP-TV where she anchors the My13 News. She is also the entertainment reporter for KTTV/Fox11's 10 p.m. news program and is an occasional guest host on Fox's morning show, Good Day L.A.

In addition to her Emmy, Sanchez has received numerous awards and other recognition; including a second Emmy nomination for her ground breaking investigative report on the dangers of aluminum baseball bats.

Sanchez was the host of So You Think You Can Dance (Season 1).

Leila Feinstein (KTLA)
Leila Feinstein is an American television news anchor based in Los Angeles working for the CW.

Leila joined the CW full-time in March 2003 after working at the station on and off as a freelance reporter and anchor for two years. She is the co-anchor of the KTLA prime news and has also worked as the weekend sports anchor and weekday news reporter for KTLA prime news. She has received a Los Angeles Press Club Award and a Golden Mike Award for a report on a local quadriplegic surfer and another Golden Mike for the KTLA News special "Access Asia."

Before joining the CW, Leila worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at KRON in San Francisco and BAY-TV in San Francisco and San Jose. She also worked as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports Net and as a general assignment reporter and weekend weather anchor at KCOY in Santa Maria. Leila worked as a general assignment reporter and weekend weather anchor at WSEE in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Leila began her broadcasting career as an associate producer at CBS while obtaining her Masters degree in broadcast journalism at NYU. She has a Bachelors degree in political science and theatre/dance from Brown University. Leila won a student Emmy Award for a report on the police abuse of homeless people in New York City while in school and has also received a fellowship from the Society of Professional Journalists.

Leila takes part in a lot of volunteer work, as she is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association, mentors teenagers, and works with victims of domestic violence. She appears at many KTLA-sponsored and public community events. She also volunteers with deaf children in the community and speaks Thai and French.[4]

On her spare time, Leila enjoys playing with her children as well as swimming, dancing, camping, and yoga.

Elsa Ramon (ABC)
Elsa Ramon joined the ABC7 Eyewitness News team in December of 2005.

Elsa is a Southern California native and spent her elementary and junior high school years growing up in Venice Beach and Culver City. She is a graduate of UC Irvine with a B.A. in English and Comparative Literature.

Elsa has worked all over the desert Southwest. She started her television career in Los Angeles as a production assistant and field producer during the OJ Simpson Trial. Just before the verdict, Elsa landed her first on air job as a reporter at KESQ in Palm Springs. Several months later she was promoted to morning anchor.

After that, Elsa's career took her to KION in Monterey, KSAZ in Phoenix, and KXAS in Dallas. Elsa spent three years in Dallas before heading back to Los Angeles to become a member of the Eyewitness News team.

When not working, Elsa loves spending time with her daughter, Isabella, traveling, and trying anything new!

Jennifer Bjorklund (NBC)
Bjorklund grew up in the Oakland Hills, in the San Francisco Bay area, the youngest of four children in a missionary family. As a child she travelled throughout the Middle East, living in Egypt, where her parents had met and married. Her mother, Aida, is Egyptian of Armenian descent, and her father, John, is American of Swedish descent.

Bjorklund began her career in radio during her college years, moving down the California coast from California Polytechnic State University. She logged time at radio stations KCPR, KSLY, KZOZ, KKAL, KUHL, KXFM, KHTY, KTMS, KLHT, and KTYD before landing in television at KEYT in Santa Barbara in 1991. She wrote, produced and reported the news before becoming the weekend anchor there in 1994.

From Santa Barbara Bjorklund jumped directly to Los Angeles in 1997, reporting breaking news and traffic from Sky Fox for KTTV's morning program, "Good Day LA". She quickly got back into serious reporting from the ground for the Fox 11 "News at 10" and was a regular fill-in anchor. Bjorklund made the move to KNBC in 2000 as a general assignment reporter and was the perennial fill-in anchor for the next five years until she became a regular fixture on "Today in LA".

*All biographies from Wikipedia.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where's my favorite LA newscaster, Laura Diaz?

Anonymous said...

I agree with you about Laura Diaz. She needs to be on the list. When it comes to hot newscasters, she's the hottest.

Anonymous said...

JACKIE JOHNSON always gets the hottest vote no matter what city she is in ask Miami she won even PLAYBOY voted best weather tart

Anonymous said...

That fucking douchebag MadMac from WWOW is probably bitching and moaning that his precious Auntie Pat isn't on this list. Or his other fugly, Michele Gile. MadMac, you fucker, there's a reason for that. THEY ARE BOTH FUCKING NASTY!!!!! Go take Aunt Pat, Michele, and your limp, worn out dick, and jump in front of a train, asswipe.

Anonymous said...

Sharon Tay has the best tits and ass on TV! I'd eat the corn out of her shit!

Anonymous said...

Laura Diaz is HOT! She has great tits and cleavage! Does anybody have any pictures of her? I have some to share, including some pretty sexy ones. If you have any, please send them to me. I'll send you some in exchange. p_friedland@earthlink.net is my email address.
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Does anybody like Ann Martin? She has hot little tits!

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know what happened to Elsa Ramon..? wow what a beautiful woman. I would love to see her beautiful tits...MMMMM....

She hasnt been on the air for a very long time.

Does anyone know where she went ?

Anonymous said...

Sharon Tay is absolutely perfect. She has a beautiful smile and a magnetic personality.

Anonymous said...

i thinck i read jackie johnson was ask to pose for playboy and turn it down it would been nice see her 40 size breast there

Anonymous said...

Sharon Tay is one of the hottest news babes in L.A.. Would love to see her in a short skirt.

Anonymous said...

Vera Jimenez, now she is hot. Awesome breast, nice ass, pretty face and beautiful smile. She needs to show a bit more skin though!

Anonymous said...

I agree. The anchor Laura Diaz is the hottest!

Anonymous said...

you guys are crazy lauren sanchez is fucking hot ya her face is a little weird but her tits and body will rock your world!

MacGuffin said...

Sharon Tay is the hottest news babe in Los Angeles.

She just keeps getting better looking. I purposely tune in to her on CBS2 on the weekends.

CBS2 needs to make her the main female anchor, but I suspect a lot of women do not like her because she is so beautiful. My GF is hyper-critical of her--that's because she is jealous.

Anonymous said...

Elsa Ramon is now in our fair city, San Antonio, at WOAI. Lucky us!

Anonymous said...

I must say Jennifer Bjorklund is my favorite...anyone remember her from her "SkyFox" days back in the mid-90's?? She still looks good now, but was even hotter back then!

As for Sharon, she's tay-tacular!

Anonymous said...

Regarding Vera Jimenez, she's definitely nice-looking, but the recent lesbian rumors are really turning me off. Wish I never heard those rumors, 'cause I'm beginning to think they're true!

GH said...

Vera is hot, but she's been dressing down A LOT lately. Sad. Elita Lorescha at KNBC...she's got her own gravitational pull with her endownments. My fave I think is Asha Blake over at KTLA. She's a hottie.

BOB said...

ELSA RAMON IS IN SAN ANTONIO WOAI CHANNEL 4

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