Todd Boatwright

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Todd Boatwright
Born (1965-09-05) September 5, 1965 (age 57)
Nationality American
Occupation(s) television news anchor, journalist

Todd Boatwright (born September 5, 1965, in Dallas, Texas) is Spectrum News 1 Texas's weekend morning news anchor. [1]


Boatwright graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Radio, Television, and Film,[ when? ] and during his studies he was an intern at KDFW in Dallas. His first appearance on TV as an anchor and reporter was at KAVU in Victoria, Texas.[ when? ] After 15 months he moved to KETK-TV in Tyler, where he spent five years as the Longview bureau chief and reporter. In 2000, Boatwright reported on the Republican and Democratic Conventions.

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  1. Holloway, Diane (September 13, 2004). "Nonstop News". Austin American-Statesman . Retrieved April 6, 2011.