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New Main Anchor for CBS4 News; newscast changes


Antonio Mora is the new co-anchor of CBS4 News at 5, 6 and 11pm. He comes from WBBM, the CBS owned station in Chicago, where he fronted that station’s 6pm newscast and worked as the special projects reporter.

Mora, born in Cuba, is no stranger to South Florida, he worked at WTVJ from 1992-93. And from 1994 until 2002 he was at ABC News reporting for World News Tonight, Nightline, serving as substitute anchor for Good Morning America.

In addtion WFOR is splitting the 5pm newscast back to two-half hour editions. Eliott Rodriguez will anchor noon and 5:30pm

SunSentinel TV Plus Blog – WFOR hires new main male anchor
Antonio Mora bio on CBS2Chicago.com
Miami Herald – WFOR-CBS 4 gets new evening anchor


  1. So who will be anchoring the 10pm newscast?

    How come WFOR seems to keep toying with Elliot? I mean if I was him I would say enough is enough and pack my bags.

  2. Does this mean it will be Elliot and Cynthia together at noon? Talk about oil and water! Cynthia will be lost without her boytoy Jorgie to bounce off of.

  3. Mora on WFOR is nothing but good news for the station.

    A quality individual who will add a lot to this market.

    Elliot will do fine no matter who he is paired with.

    No news department lives or dies with a single player. It’s a team. And the WFOR team just got another quality player to add to their growing list of all stars!

    It’s nice to see one station in the Miami market going in a positive direction!

    All the rest are playing defense!

  4. This guy has a nice smile. I dont know much about him, but I am looking forward to seeing him. Not bad at all for a 51 year old.

  5. So who will be doing the 10pm news on My 33?

    Also why do they keep moving Elliott all over the place?

    Cynthia and her boytoy, LoL I love waking up with Jorge in the mornings. I also enjoy Lizette

  6. Cynthia is a good anchor. She has credibility and a beautiful smile. More importantly, she is very smart. She worked hard and it’s now paying off. Congratulations Cynthia!


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