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VSIPP VOICE : October 15, 2011
This year's benefit featured celebrity Honorary Chairs actor Ed Harris and his wife, actress Amy Madigan; actress Shirley (Jones) Ingles and her husband, comedian, Marty Ingles; actor and CEO of Natural Balance Pet Foods Dick Van Patten; and award-winning morning news anchor Linda Nuñez of KNX 1070.
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Linda Nunez, a Poly High School graduate who now works as a news anchor for KNX Newsradio, visited her alma mater for the first time in 24 years.
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The award-winning anchor team of Linda Nunez
and Tom Haule are back on the air together!
You can hear them Monday through Friday between 9am and 1p.m. Linda
and Tom are KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO's
most-decorated pair, spending nearly ten years co-anchoring morning drive.
Beginning in 1994, for eight out of nine years, the Associated Press
and Tom as the Best Anchor Team in the California/Neveda region, honors no other anchor team has been able to match.
Linda joined the KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO staff in May 1990 as a weekend anchor and reporter and later became the first woman in KNX's illustrious history to anchor the all-important morning drive time slot.
radio career began in Northern California, with college internships at KBLX-FM in Berkeley
and KQED-FM in San Francisco.
After leaving the Bay Area, Linda
landed a job as morning drive anchor/reporter and assignment editor for KTMS-AM
in Santa Barbara.
After two-and-one-half years in the coastal city, Linda
decided to come home.
A Southern California native, Linda graduated from Long Beach Poly High School and spent a year at Cal State Long Beach before transferring to the University of California, Berkeley.
was a double major in Mass Communications and Sociology.
has received several industry awards, including a Golden Mike for Best Spot News
coverage of the Landers / Big Bear Earthquakes in 1992.
While in Santa Barbara, Linda
garnered an armful of anchoring and writing awards from the Tri-County Broadcasters Association
In 2006, as a morning drive fill-in, Linda
won the Best Anchor Team Award with Dave Williams.