She’s not of retirement age yet but WTVJ morning anchor Pam Giganti is moving on and out of the news business, at least as far as WTVJ is concerned. Giganti is retiring from the station after 14 years as a morning anchor with her last day on-air just a couple weeks away!
“Pam is a veteran newswoman who has been an integral part of the NBC 6 family for 14 years and who has made countless contributions along the way. We wish her the best in her well-deserved retirement,” said Migdalia Figueroa, Vice President of News, NBC 6.
Giganti anchored the morning news on WTVJ for 14 years, she joined the station in 2001. Prior to that Pam Giganti arrived in South Florida as an anchor of WSVN’s 7News, in 1996 the station promoted her to co-anchor of 7News at 5pm along with Rick Sanchez, and 7News at 6:30pm with Lynn Martinez.
Surprising but may not a totally unexpected development, what with Jawan Strader suddenly being moved to anchor evenings with Jackie Nespral when the morning audience really seemed to like him and Pam together.