Anchor Ty Steele Joins KCRA 3 / My58 Party Crew

Anchor Ty Steele Joins KCRA 3 / My58 Party Crew

KCRA 3 News is pleased to announce that presenter Ty Steele has joined the KCRA 3 and My58 evening crew. Ty will join Lisa Gonzales as co-anchor of KCRA 3 News at 4 p.m. He will join Edie Lambert as co-anchor of KCRA 3 News at 7 p.m. And he will join Andrea Flores as co-anchor of KCRA 3 News at 10am. pm on My58. “Ty’s dedication to the community we serve is a positive force in our newsroom,” said KCRA 3/My58 President and CEO Ariel Roblin. “His hard work and desire to bring the great interviews to our viewers is driven by the genuine responsibility he feels to ask the questions our community wants answered.” “For the past few years, Ty has been a brilliant part of our morning crew helping viewers wake up and start their day,” said Derek Schnell, News Director of KCRA 3. “His energy and enthusiasm sharing stories in our community and bringing important issues to light will make him a wonderful addition to our evening team.” Ty Steele. “I am grateful to work at a station where viewers truly come first. I feel lucky to continue to grow as an evening reporter with so many experienced, caring and talented team members by my side. I will miss my morning show crew, but we at KCRA 3 are all one big family. Most recently, Steele was a morning presenter for KCRA 3 News. While at the station, he helped produce an insightful 30-minute special about the California National Guard’s role in the state’s response to COVID-19. Prior to KCRA 3, Steele worked at KTXL in Sacramento, as well as KMTR and KVAL in Eugene, Oregon. ABOUT KCRA 3 KCRA 3, a Hearst television station, went on the air on September 3, 1955. It was the first television station in the Sacramento Valley capable of transmitting color, using videotape, and the first to stream in HD. The station’s dedication and commitment to responsible reporting is embodied in its slogan “Where the News Comes First®”. KCRA 3 is the recipient of several Emmy and Edward R Murrow awards. KCRA 3’s website address is www.kcra.com ABOUT HEARST TELEVISION Hearst Television owns and operates 33 television stations and two radio stations serving 26 media markets in 39 states and reaching more than 22 million homes Americans. Through its partnership with nearly every major network, Hearst Television distributes national content on nearly 70 video channels, including programs from ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, MY Net, MeTV, Estrella and more. The radio stations are Baltimore’s leaders in news/talk and rock music listening. Its Hearst Media Production Group unit produces original programming on linear and streaming platforms for national and international distribution. Its Very Local app, free to download on home OTT devices and available on popular streaming services, provides 24/7 access to local news, weather and an array of local and regional programming. Hearst Television is recognized as one of the industry’s leading companies and has received numerous awards for its distinguished journalism, industry innovation and community service. Hearst Television is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hearst.

KCRA 3 News is pleased to announce that presenter Ty Steele has joined the KCRA 3 and My58 evening crew. Ty will join Lisa Gonzales as co-anchor of KCRA 3 News at 4 p.m. He will join Edie Lambert as co-anchor of KCRA 3 News at 7 p.m. And he will join Andrea Flores as co-anchor of KCRA 3 News at 10 a.m. pm on My58.

“Ty’s dedication to the community we serve is a positive force in our newsroom,” said KCRA 3/My58 President and CEO Ariel Roblin. “His hard work and desire to bring the great interviews to our viewers is driven by the genuine responsibility he feels to ask the questions our community wants answered.”

“For the past few years, Ty has been a brilliant part of our morning crew helping viewers wake up and start their day,” said Derek Schnell, News Director of KCRA 3. “His energy and enthusiasm sharing stories in our community and bringing important issues to light will make him a wonderful addition to our evening team.”

“What makes KCRA 3 great is its commitment to focusing on stories that bring communities together,” says Ty Steele. “I am grateful to work at a station where viewers truly come first. I feel lucky to continue to grow as an evening reporter with so many experienced, caring and talented team members by my side. I will miss my morning show crew, but at KCRA 3 we are all one big family.

Most recently, Steele was a morning anchor for KCRA 3 News. While at the station, he helped produce an insightful 30-minute special about the California National Guard’s role in the state’s response to COVID-19. Prior to KCRA 3, Steele worked at KTXL in Sacramento, as well as KMTR and KVAL in Eugene, Oregon.

ABOUT KCRA 3

KCRA 3, a television station in Hearst, went on the air on September 3, 1955. It was the first television station in the Sacramento Valley capable of transmitting color, using videotape, and the first to broadcast in HD . The station’s dedication and commitment to responsible reporting is embodied in its slogan “Where the News Comes First®”. KCRA 3 is the recipient of several Emmy and Edward R Murrow awards. The KCRA 3 website address is www.kcra.com.

ABOUT HEARST TV

Hearst Television owns and operates 33 television stations and two radio stations serving 26 media markets in 39 states and reaching more than 22 million US homes. Through its partnership with nearly every major network, Hearst Television distributes national content on nearly 70 video channels, including programs from ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, MY Net, MeTV, Estrella and more. The radio stations are Baltimore’s leaders in news/talk and rock music listening. Its Hearst Media Production Group unit produces original programming on linear and streaming platforms for national and international distribution. Its Very Local app, free to download on home OTT devices and available on popular streaming services, provides 24/7 access to local news, weather and an array of local and regional programming. Hearst Television is recognized as one of the industry’s leading companies and has received numerous awards for its distinguished journalism, industry innovation and community service. Hearst Television is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hearst.

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