|Born:||San Antonio, Texas, USA|
Biography and career Edit
Rick Lozano was born in San Antonio, Texas. He started in broadcasting at the age of nineteen while still a sophomore in college. In 1972, Lozano started working as a radio newscaster for KONO/KITY, before moving on to television. His first experience in TV was with ABC affiliate KSAT-TV, where he was a general assignment reporter and weekend sportscaster.
Eventually, Lozano became the regular weekday sportscaster for KSAT-TV, before moving to NBC affiliate, KMOL. During this time, Lozano also worked as a sportscaster for radio stations KLLS/KCCW. In 1986, Lozano moved to the West Coast to work for KABC-TV. He started as a weekend sporscaster, and then as the weekday 4 o'clock sportscaster. Lozano was nominated to various Emmy awards for his work. He remained with KABC for 13 years.
In 1999, Lozano switched from sports to regular news, joining the FOX 11 team as morning reporter. He worked on FOX Morning News and Good Day L.A.
24 credits Edit
- Rick Lozano profile on FOX 11