NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — WCBS 880 is proud to officially welcome Lynda Lopez back to the station.
Lopez will be the midday news anchor and special projects reporter for the station.
"I am so excited to be returning to WCBS 880 as the midday news anchor and to continue my broadcast career in this great city,” said Lopez. “WCBS 880 is New York’s trusted source for news and information and serves as a reliable home for its listeners, and I’m proud to once again be a part of it."
The move marks Lopez’s second stint with WCBS 880, who previously served as news anchor and special correspondent for the station from 2009 to 2016.
During that time, she covered the 2012 United States presidential election.
“I’m happy to welcome Lynda back to our exceptional on-air WCBS 880 team,” said Susan Larkin, Regional President and Market Manager, Entercom New York. “I am confident her breadth of experience and her skillset engaging audiences, as well as her established presence in this market, will enable her to thrive in this role and successfully keep New Yorkers informed daily.”
The Emmy Award-winning journalist most recently served as a television and radio news anchor for ABC News and previously was an anchor and reporter for WCBS-TV, WNYW-TV and WWOR-TV in New York. She has also served as a contributor for Latina Magazine, Glamour and Glam Belleza Latina.
Lopez succeeds longtime WCBS 880 news anchor Pat Farnack, who recently retired.