Anaridis Rodriguez is a weekend morning anchor for WBZ-TV.
Rodriguez comes to WBZ-TV from The Weather Channel in Atlanta, where she was a news anchor and network correspondent. For three years, she delivered news and contributed to severe weather aftermath coverage for the Weather Channel’s morning show. Prior to that, Rodriguez was a weekend anchor/reporter for WWLP-TV in Springfield, MA. There, she traveled across the Commonwealth covering the impact of Tropical Storm Irene in Western MA, the heroin crisis in the Pioneer Valley and the Boston Marathon bombings.
A native of Santo Domingo, Rodriguez emigrated from the Dominican Republic to Providence, RI at the age of 12.
Rodriguez holds a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Emerson College and bachelor’s degree in communication and Spanish from Rhode Island College.
You can connect with her on Twitter at @Anaridis.
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