Aditi Roy Joins ABC News in Los Angeles
Last February Aditi Roy left NBC for the west coast to relocate and marry a man she fell in love wine did the national stint for NBC in the summer of 2011. Last month she married in a traditional India service on the west coast.
According to TV Spy.com
“Aditi brings great energy, resourcefulness, and creativity to her
work and she will be a strong addition to our powerhouse team in
California,” ABC News president Ben Sherwood wrote in an email to the news division this morning.
It is a return to the West Coast for Roy, who spent several months in
2011 as a correspondent for the NBC News Los Angeles bureau. At WCAU,
she anchored the NBC O&O’s weekend morning newscasts.
ABC News president Ben Sherwood
I am pleased to announce that Aditi Roy is joining ABC News as a Los
Angeles-based correspondent reporting for all our broadcasts and
For much of the past decade viewers in Philadelphia have watched
Aditi anchoring morning and evening newscasts for NBC10. She has done
extensive reporting on education issues, focusing on the impact of
violence in urban schools along with innovative approaches to boosting
achievement. Aditi also spent several months in 2011 and 2012 reporting
for NBC News broadcasts from Los Angeles.
Her work has been recognized with numerous honors including eight
Emmy nominations in categories ranging from “Best Hard News Reporter” to
“Best Feature Reporter.”
Aditi’s commitment to education extends well beyond her reporting.
She has undergraduate and graduate degrees in political science from UC
Berkeley and Stanford and a graduate degree in journalism from
Columbia. Last year she earned an M.B.A.from the Wharton School of
Business at the University of Pennsylvania. She is also fluent in
Bengali and has studied Spanish.
In addition to her many diplomas, Aditi brings great energy,
resourcefulness, and creativity to her work and she will be a strong
addition to our powerhouse team in California.
Aditi will be in New York this week and please join me in welcoming her to ABC News.