moved over a year ago to a corporate job as vice president of digital news applications at Fox Television Stations. He's retiring from there and he got an extended sendoff on the air during this morning's "Good Day LA" from hosts Steve Edwards and Jillian Reynolds." /> Jose Rios, ex-Channel 11 news director, retires from Fox TV - LA Observed
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Jose Rios, ex-Channel 11 news director, retires from Fox TV

jose-rios-fox.pngYou might remember that Jose Rios, who had been the news director at Channel 2 in Los Angeles before he became the top news executive at Fox 11, moved over a year ago to a corporate job as vice president of digital news applications at Fox Television Stations. He's retiring from there and he got an extended sendoff on the air during this morning's "Good Day LA" from hosts Steve Edwards and Jillian Reynolds. As she noted, Rios hired pretty much everybody on the show. Rios joined KTTV in 1992 as managing editor.

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