An experienced news broadcaster with 18 Emmy Awards to date, Carlos Amezcua is the News Anchor for KTTV FOX 11 in Los Angeles, California. His duties as Anchor include planning, writing, reporting, and delivering daily newscasts. Carlos Amezcua has an impressive background of breaking news reporting and holds numerous awards for his talent.
Before his role at KTTV, Carlos Amezcua worked for the KTLA-TV broadcast company in Hollywood, California. Carlos Amezcua anchored and hosted the KTLA Morning News, a morning news segment that was replicated around the nation with great success. During his time at KTLA-TV, Carlos Amezcua assisted in the growth of the early morning news program from a modest segment to a news show that generated more than $50 million in revenue. The show was the top morning news segment in Los Angeles for over a decade.
Additionally, Carlos Amezcua owns a media production company named the Carlos Media Corporation. He produces television and film projects through this corporation, and Carlos Amezcua earned an Emmy Award for the Best Sports Special in 2009 through this company.
Educated at Brigham Young University, Carlos Amezcua first tried his hand at broadcasting while he while attending as a student. Though he was studying journalism, a professor assigned him to work at the campus radio station. Carlos Amezcua realized his talent for broadcasting while at KBYU.
A member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Carlos Amezcua’s career has grown for three decades. He is currently employed by KTTV FOX 11, and some of Carlos Amezcua’s most notable interviews were with Senator Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State Colin Powell, and President Jimmy Carter.