KSTS Telemundo 48 in the San Francisco Bay Area is flipping its morning and evening anchors.
Longtime anchor Blanca Garza will leave the station’s weekday 5:30, 6 and 11 pm newscasts for a new role as senior anchor and associate producer of the 6 and 10 am newscasts.
Lorena Domínguez, who currently anchors the 6 and 10 am shows, will move to the afternoon and evening newscasts.
The switch is set for Monday, March 21.
Blanca has been the Telemundo 48’s evening anchor since 2006. Prior to joining the station in 2001, she worked as an entertainment anchor/reporter in Los Angeles at Univision 34 and as a correspondent for Univision Network’s “Primer Impacto.”
Lorena started at Telemundo 48 in 2014, when the station launched morning newscasts and named her anchor of the shows.
She arrived from Los Angeles, where she worked as segment producer and reporter for Time Warner Cable Deportes from 2012 to 2014. Before that, she spent 6 years as a reporter/anchor at Telemundo 52/KWHY-22. She was also a reporter for Univision 34 from 2004 to 2006. She began her reporting career at Univision 14 in San Francisco.
* An earlier version of this story stated Blanca had been Telemundo 48’s evening anchor since 2001. She joined the station in 2001, but actually started anchoring the afternoon and evening newscasts in 2006.
MUY MALA DESICION!!!
Sólo para precisar: Blanca Garza no ha sido la conductora de los noticiarios vespertino/nocturno desde el 2001… En esa fecha estaba Mariaté Ramos (2000-2003) y después estuvo Celina Rodriguez.