Elita Loresca KTRK-TV Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary and Net Worth

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Elita Loresca KTRK-TV

Biography

This is what you need to know about the Philippines born American newscaster, Elita Loresca. She works at KTRK-TV in Houston, Texas.

Age|Birthday

Loresca was born in Philippines on June 28, 1977. She is 42 years old as of 2019.

Height

Loresca stands at a height of 5 feet and 4 inches.

Husband|Married

Loresca is married to her husband Ryan Nuveman since September 4, 2010. They are parents of their one child born in September 2011.

Salary and Net Worth

Loresca receives an annual salary of $83,355. This is according to the annual salary of a news anchor at KTRK-TV. She has ana approximated net worth of $10K – $100K U.S dollars.

Education

Loresca went to Chino High School, in Chino California where she graduated in 1995. later she joined Cal State Fullerton, where she is a graduate of the Broadcast Journalism Program. Loresca also earned the Certificate of Broadcast Meteorology at Mississippi State University.

Career

Loresca began her career at KCBS-TV in Los Angeles as a news associate. At KCBS-TV, she was responsible for the assembly of scripts and teleprompter operation during the newscasts.

Loresca later moved to KGET-TV in Bakersfield, California from 2001 to August 2002 where she worked as the noon weather anchor and assignment editor. She left KE=GET-TV in 2002 and moved to KGPE-TV in Fresno, California where she served as the morning and noon weather anchor.

Loresco moved to WSVN Miami in 2004 and on her first day at the station, she started forecasting the 2004 hurricane season with Hurricane Frances. That was one of the most devastating hurricanes that she covered. The other one was in 2005, where Loresco contributed reports for her station from the National Hurricane Center during Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Rita, and Hurricane Wilma.