Daniella Guzman is the co-anchor of NBC4’s weekday morning newscast “Today in LA” and general assignment reporter for all newscasts at the station. Her most recent news stories can be seen here. Follow her on Twitter here.
Guzman has the right combination of journalistic experience and genuine warmth that comes across on the air to help viewers start their day.
Known for her dynamic reporting, she has covered many prominent news stories throughout her career, including hurricanes Ike, Dolly and Gustav. Guzman was one of the first reporters on the scene during the 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage. From Texas, she went to work for NBC5 Chicago and covered a fast-moving blend of the latest breaking news stories and issues important to local residents.
Earlier in her career, Guzman was an anchor and reporter at KPRC-TV and Telemundo station KTMD in Houston. She was also at the Univision network in Miami. Adding to her broadcast experience, she also worked in print media, advertising and public relations.
Guzman was honored by the National Hispanic Media Coalition for excellence in broadcast journalism. From a young age, Guzman has dedicated her time volunteering in the community. She feels her life is meant to serve the people.
A native of Texas, Guzman is fluent in Spanish. She graduated with a B.A. in bilingual journalism and communications from the University of St. Thomas in Houston. She lives in the Los Angeles area with her husband and two daughters.