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Kristin Diaz

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Originally from Houston, TX,  Kristin grew up in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex where she graduated from the University of North Texas with a bachelor of arts in Radio/TV/Film.

Former morning show host of, North Texas NOW, Kristin was exposed to many fields of the industry while working at North Texas Television in Denton. She quickly worked her way up from a production assistant to a reporter. From there she served as their weather anchor for 2 years and by the time she left after a 3 year stay, she was an anchor/producer of the evening newscast. During her time at NTTV, she also worked at KNTU 88.1 as a DJ and anchor/producer for their newscast, The Late Edition.

Simultaneously, Kristin gained experience at KDAF-CW 33 in Dallas where she worked as a production assistant and also completed an internship with KXAS-NBC 5.

Her most cherished experience has been studying abroad in London, England where she studied British Media. Kristin loves to dance and most recently was a youth dance instructor at a local gym in Lewisville, TX. Send message

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