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Anne Cutler named co-anchor of Good Morning New Orleans, anchor of WGNO News at 11AM

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anne cutlerWGNO, the ABC Television Network affiliate for the greater New Orleans area, has named Anne Cutler anchor of “Good Morning New Orleans,” which she will co-anchor with Jon Huffman and Chief Meteorologist Hank Allen. Cutler will also become the solo anchor of “WGNO News at 11am.” Her new position will be effective February 1.

Cutler, who joined WGNO in 2010, joined the morning team as a news reporter on “Good Morning New Orleans” and reporter and fill-in anchor of WGNO’s popular and eccentric “News with a Twist” at 5 and 6 PM.

Prior to calling New Orleans home, Cutler anchored the morning show at KOLO 8 in Reno, Nevada.

“Anne has immersed herself in the culture, history, traditions, and vibe of New Orleans. She’s a great addition to Good Morning New Orleans and WGNO News at 11a.  She’ll bring her new love of the city and journalistic flair to morning viewers.” said Rick Erbach, News Director, WGNO.

“After years of reporting for WGNO News and “News with a Twist,” I’m thrilled to take the next step in my career and bring my experience to the anchor desk as the new face of “Good Morning New Orleans” and “WGNO News at 11:00.”  Viewers can look forward to a refreshing change of pace as they sip their morning coffee and find out the news of the day, what’s happening in our community and what people will be talking about,” said Cutler.


  • Mary Ann Pancheri

    I have enjoyed Anne Cutler on News With a Twist; she will be a good addition to the morning news as a co-anchor.

    I have enjoyed Anne Cutler's reporting on News With a Twist. I look forward to seeing her co-anchor the morning news.

  • thomas

    10:10 AM

    WGNO morning anchor Jocelyn Lockwood announced Monday that she is leaving the New Orleans ABC affiliate to spend a year traveling the world (video after the jump).

    Lockwood, who called the trip a “lifelong dream,” will sign off at the end of the month.

    “I’m very, very excited. For many years my husband and I have always talked about traveling the world — it’s one of those things that you talk about, you dream about, but you never expect to do,” Lockwood said. “But for us, we decided to go for it. Because why not?”

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