Candice Aviles Biography
By the time of writing this article, news watchers are already missing Candice Aviles. She has been off the screen since sometime in 2022. Her professionalism had many glued on the screen. She served as a news anchor for WTSP-TV and previously served in the same position at WRTV, and Newsy.com. Apart from being an anchor, Candice is also a powerful communicator, public speaker, and voice-over artist. With all these abilities, it is certain she will be back on the screens.
She was born on 24th August 1988 or 87 in Chicago. From a young age, she displayed a passion for leading and speaking in front of people. Now as a grown-up, she is living her dreams. We have also observed that Candice could be dating Stephen Reaves. The two, however, have not announced the status of their relationship.
Her passion led her to study business marketing, organizational leaders, management, and digital and broadcast journalism at the University of Southern California. She was an active student involved in activities that helped shaped her public speaking skills.
As a junior, she joined NBC Dateline as an intern where he worked as a reporter who researched story ideas and assisted in field production. She also interned at Fox Broadcasting where she learned to create daily content, piloting shows, and assisting in producing shows like American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, and other popular shows.
All this time, she worked part-time as an anchor, reporter, and producer for Annenberg Tv News and as a Host for a half-hour entertainment and news show called The Scoop. In Trojan, she learned to prepare for interviews and how to engage different guests.
She got her first job at KABC-7 as a reporter and an assignment desk assistant who wrote general and entertainment news. She had a privilege of interviewing figures like former governor Jerry Brown, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Betty White.
Aviles later moved to Columbia where she worked as a reporter and anchor for KMIZ-TV. She won several awards as an anchor. She filled in 5-7 am morning shows as a host and helped in creating stories on social media.
In 2012, she worked for Newsy.com where she did news for stations like AOL, The Huffington Post, and TIME. She also edited videos and articles created by more than 10 people a day. She worked there for 2 years before becoming a freelance host and reporter who created articles, covered events, and hosted online entertainment events.
In 2015, Candice relocated to Indianapolis to work as an evening anchor for WRTV, which had an audience of more than half a million people. She engaged them with digital content on social media, creating inspiring stories and emceeing events that represented WRTV.
She left Indiana for Tampa to work as a News Anchor for WTSP. Candice has been involved in the reporting SuperBowl 55 in 2021. She has also done a story about the historic fall of church members in the United States due to the increased number of Americans with no religious preference and the impact of COVID-19.
Candice Aviles Outside Work
Outside journalism, Candice is a voice-over artist. She is also an excellent public speaker who gets invites to emcee at events. The journalist also has a passion for cooking and wine tasting. When not on official, she loves traveling and attending football and basketball matches.
Her physical attributes also match her excellent journalism skills. She has dark hair and a light skin complexion. Her height is 5 feet and 7 inches and could be weighing 56kg. Her salary as a journalist could be $60,000 per year. Together with Monica Garcia and Adriana Mendez, Aviles is helping to represent Americans with Spanish roots in the media industry.