bio has gone missing from the KTLA website. Victoria Recaño has co-anchored the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. news on Channel 5 just since last fall." /> Victoria Recaño gone but not forgotten at KTLA - LA Observed
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Victoria Recaño gone but not forgotten at KTLA

victoria-recano-site.jpgLook whose bio has gone missing from the KTLA website. Victoria Recaño has co-anchored the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. news on Channel 5 just since last fall, part of a highly marketed team with Micah Ohlman. She disappeared from the air recently and now Cision reports she has resigned. Funny, Recaño's blog is silent on the topic.

bob-banfield.jpgAnother TV transition: Bob Banfield is retiring from KABC 7
after 43 years! — in the Inland Empire bureau since 1980. "When Bob started at Channel 7, gas was 35 cents a gallon, Lyndon Johnson was president, and America was at war with Vietnam," says the station's story.


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