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Diaz quits anchor job

Today is Laura Diaz’s last day on the air as morning anchor at WKMG-6, the CBS affiliate in Orlando. She has been with the station almost 4 years.

The decision to leave was hers. “I don’t think I can do television anymore,” she told the Orlando Sentinel. “It’s just a lot of pressure. I got into it young. I moved up quickly. It’s really a tough job to do.”

Prior to joining WKMG, she worked in Monroe, LA as reporter and anchor for KTVE/KARD.

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One Response to “Diaz quits anchor job”

  1. Alexa says:

    good luck Laura. You are very talented, and you will do great in any other area. The biz does get old after a while, this just means you are destined for bigger and better things.

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