Lolita Lopez Biography
Lolita Lopez is an American investigative reporter and anchor for NBC4 since 2011. She is seen daily reporting for the station news at 11 a.m. and 4, 5, 6 and 11 p.m. In conclusion, she is also an Emmy award winner.
Lolita Lopez Age
Her age is not publicly known.
Lolita Lopez Height
Lopez stands at an approximated height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Lolita Lopez Education
In 1998 Lopez attended Harvard University where she graduated with a degree in journalism. While at the University she was a big sports fan. Furthermore, she was on the women’s volleyball and track teams for four years. In addition, she was co-captain of the volleyball team her junior and senior years.
Lolita Lopez Family
She was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico, afterward Lopez moved to Houston when she was four years of age when her father became the coach of the women’s track at Rice University. About her mother and relatives is not known yet.
Lolita Lopez Husband
Lopez is married to Eric Talesnick, a professional cinematographer and they are blessed with one daughter. They reside in Los Angeles. To sum up she posted a photo on Instagram of her husband and daughter during fathers day on June 20th.
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Lolita Lopez NBC4
Before joining NBC4, she served at WPIX-TV in New York for ten-long years as a general assignment reporter. Afterward, she worked as a sports anchor for the same station. Lopez was the main sports anchor and a field reporter for the NY Mets, where she worked together with the late great Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver. Together with Nancy Grace, they were the only two reporters on Court TV’s issue-oriented legal program “Pros and Cons” earlier in Lopez’s career. While serving at the show Lopez covered various controversial cases, such as the parole hearing of John Lennon’s murderer.
Lopez joined NBC4 in 2011, She is a member of the award-winning I-Team, digging deep into stories that affect viewers throughout the Southland. Lopez has covered a wide range of important stories, such as the Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup win in 2012 and national stories from the Christopher Dorner manhunt. For about two weeks she was stationed at Ground Zero where she covered the World Trade Center tragedy and spent many years reporting the effects of that tragedy.
Lolita Lopez Other Jobs
When her news stories make a difference to the community that’s when she believes her job is complete as in the case of a piece she did in the sixth grade she created a Facebook page for selling homemade art which they had created to raise money for a classmate whose family didn’t have enough money for a well-organized funeral for his father. The site raised over $3000 just a day after Lopez’s story aired.
Lolita Lopez Cancer Survivor
Lopez likes to take part in charitable events which support significant causes affecting Southern Californians, as well as the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk and promoting the significance of youth sports in our communities, knowing how much sports influenced her life.
For more than 20 years as a journalist, She feels privileged to tell peoples’ stories and honored to meet many influencing people through the way. Lopez shared her own difficulties while undergoing treatment and recovery with a series of stories on her brave fight against the disease as a working mother and wife as a breast cancer survivor.
Lolita Lopez Hobbies
During her leisure time, Lopez cherishes spending good time with family and friends sharing stories with plenty of good food, laughter and playing volleyball on beach court or any grass.
Lolita Lopez Salary
She earns an estimated salary of $20,000 – $100,000.
Lolita Lopez Net Worth
Lopez has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $4 million.
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