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Anaridis Rodriguez

Anaridis Rodriguez-Starnino is an award-winning[1] American journalist. She currently anchors and reports for the CBS O&O in Boston. The journalist also worked for The Weather Channel. She is the former news anchor on America's Morning Headquarters.[2]

Anaridis Rodriguez-Starnino
Born Anaridis M. Rodriguez
Dominican Republic
EducationB.A. in communications and Spanish at Rhode Island College
M.A. in journalism at Emerson College
Occupation Journalist
Employer The Weather Channel
Spouse(s) Jesse Starnino (2012–present)

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During her time at Emerson College, Rodriguez contributed articles to The Boston Globe's hyper-local website "YourTown." Her college work garnered multiple Associated Press awards. Upon graduating in 2011, Rodriguez was hired as an anchor/reporter for WWLP-TV ; an NBC affiliate in western Massachusetts. Aside from her daily beat as a weekday reporter and weekend anchor, she covered the aftermath of a historic tornado and the Boston Marathon bombings. In February 2014, she was hired by The Weather Channel as a news anchor for the network's flagship morning show, America's Morning Headquarters. On February 24, 2017 she announced she is leaving the Channel to spend more time with her family.[3][4][5] Rodriguez joined CBS Boston as an anchor/reporter in April 2017.

Early life and educationEdit

Rodriguez was born in the Dominican Republic and immigrated to the United States at age 12 with her family.[6]

She has a Masters degree in journalism from Emerson College and a Bachelor's degree in communications and Spanish at Rhode Island College.[7]

Personal lifeEdit

Rodriguez married Jesse J. Starnino on October 6, 2012. They have one child, a son.[8]

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