KTLA Morning News

KTLA Morning News

KTLA Morning News

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The KTLA Morning News is a morning television newscast airing on CW affiliate KTLA (channel 5) in Los Angeles, California. The program is broadcast weekday mornings from 4:30-10 a.m. The 5-7 a.m. portion is a general news/traffic/weather format; the 7-10 a.m. portion also features news, traffic and weather, but emphasizes entertainment and other light-hearted stories.

The 7-10 a.m. portion of the program was simulcast on its San Diego sister station KSWB-TV (channel 69, owned by KTLA's parent company Tribune Broadcasting) from March 2005 until July 29, 2008 (under the name The WB Morning Show, and then to The CW Morning Show upon becoming a CW affiliate); KSWB later relaunched an in-house news department on August 1, 2008, after switching its affiliation from The CW to Fox and debuted its own locally-produced morning newscast on the date of the affiliation switch.


The program began on July 8, 1991 as The KTLA Morning News, Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 12-10-2010., Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 12-10-2010., anchored by Carlos Amezcua and Barbara Beck, with weathercaster Mark Kriski, and Eric Spillman and Michele Ruiz reporting from remote locations. It was created under the direction of then-general manager Steve Bell, Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 12-10-2010. and produced by Raymond J. Brune. The show's emphasis was mostly on news, with very little on lighter features. With the emphasis on hard news,...
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