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HEARST TELEVISION INC
The Hearst Corporation
300 West 57Th Street
Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc. is an independent, or non-network-owned, television station group. The Company owns or manages 29 television stations reaching approximately 20.4 million television households in the United States, representing approximately...
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TEO TORRES joins Hearst-Argyle's KCRA/KQCA TV in Sacramento as an anchor and reporter.Teo leaves KRON TV in San Francisco where he has been morning anchor for the last 5 years.
...David is represented by Mendes J. Napoli; Doug, Nischelle, Kym, Cheryl and Angie are represented by Laurie Jacoby; Teo and Maria are represented by David Ahrendts; Elyce, Justin and Tiani are represented by Sue McInerney; Josh, Eric and Lori are represented by Liz Sherwin; David, Nicole, Laura, Jonathan, Tanya and Sheinelle are represented by Liz Hart and Mark is represented by Jean Sage of Napoli Management Group.
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15. Teo Torres
...TEO TORRES joins Hearst-Argyle's KCRA/KQCA TV in Sacramento as an anchor and reporter.
Teo leaves KRON TV in San Francisco where he
has been morning anchor for the last 5 years.View his
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...Teo Torres is a general assignment reporter based in KRON 4's South Bay bureau.He
joined the station in January 2001. Teo came to KRON 4 from KTRV-TV in Boise, Idaho, where he was a weekend anchor and reporter.Prior to KTRV, he worked as an anchor at KVEW-TV in Washington's Tri-Cities area, where he covered the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, one of the most polluted nuclear sites in the country.Teo
journalism career in the small city of Twin Falls, Idaho, as weekend weather anchor and reporter at KMVT-TV
. The Idaho Press Club
has recognized Teo
twice for excellence in reporting, once for an in-depth story on a missing child, and once for a report on a suspected bomb during Boise, Idaho's Y2K New Year's Eve celebration.Teo
enjoys broadcast journalism because it allows him to live history on a daily basis.He
says of one of his
favorite television experiences, "My most memorable moment was interviewing astronaut Buzz Aldren.What an amazing American hero!"
Growing up, Teo
moved several times.He
was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and moved to Idaho, Central America, Alaska, Washington, and Arizona.But now he
says, "I plan to take a long breather here in the Bay Area."
When not covering local news, you can find Teo
becoming very frustrated at a local golf course, or exploring the beauty of the Bay Area."I can't believe I live and work in California - what a great place!"
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KRON4 - KRON 4's Teo Torres and Darya Folsom learn about Flip Salon on Chestnut Street in San Francisco from Shannon Kitchen-Juarez.
...KRON 4's Teo Torres and Darya