Daniella Guzman, KNBC’s morning anchor, will report on local athletes and stories across all newscasts and digital platforms. More than 100 athletes from Southern California are expected to compete in Tokyo.
Daniella Guzman, KNBC’s morning anchor, will report on local athletes and stories across all newscasts and digital platforms.
More than 100 athletes from Southern California are expecting to compete in Tokyo.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, competitions will not allow fans, but KNBC’s news coverage will capture local families cheering on athletes from their homes, neighborhoods and public venues throughout the area.
Guzman previously reported for KNBC’s Today in LA morning newscast live from Rio. In Tokyo, she will cover two new Olympic sports, skateboarding and surfing, both which have deep roots in the station’s local neighborhoods.
“The station looks forward to bringing the 2020 Olympics live from Tokyo to our Southern California viewers including exclusive profiles and exciting stories of our hometown athletes,” said Renee Washington, KNBC’s news director.
“Our viewers can expect inspiring stories and many anticipated dramatic moments every day.”
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