first website dedicated to the hottest female news anchor ever.
Sharp. Sexy. Real. All of these words can be used to describe the television
persona of the most intriguing and, perhaps the most unsung siren of the
American news media's current crop of female newscasters.
She cuts through the headlines with a serious sense
of urgency. She could interview the most boring of guests, but her interest
would never wane for a second, listening closely and asking all the right
questions. Sports and lighter news is fun and playful with her. Even the
dullest story is delightful to sit and listen to when she delivers it.
And when it's all over, you feel like you've just had a conversation with
someone you've known your whole life.
Whether the execs at ABC News know it or not, they have
in their possession the next Katie Couric, Jane Pauly, and Joan Lundon
all rolled into one, and she's ten times more attractive than them all.
But no one who goes to bed before 2am knows who she is.
She is Liz Cho, co-anchor of ABC's graveyard shift news
News Now. The
show is billed as "the insomniacs' take on today's news," which
takes on new meaning for the unsuspecting male day-dweller, who may find
himself staying up well into the morning after falling under the intoxicating
spell of Ms. Cho.
I put together this website in the spring of last year,
after falling under that very same spell. I sought to raise awareness
of this captivating and talented individual, in the hopes of increasing
her popularity and boosting her career out of obscurity and into prime
time. When Liz Cho is a household name, this website will have done its
job. So far, it seems to be working. She is now getting good exposure
filling in on Good Morning America on occasion, and was recently
recognized by People Magazine as one of the "50 Most Beautiful People."
And I still get emails everyday from people around the world who have
also noticed Liz and now can't get enough of her.
Would you like to see this website grow? Please email
any articles, pictures, links, comments, or suggestions to me, and I'll
send you an autographed picture of Liz! And don't forget to catch her
on World News
Now at roughly 2am Eastern Time, Monday thru Friday, on your local