|Real Name||Alycia Lane|
Peurtorican Hottie Alycia Lane born on May 10, 1972 is an American television journalist. Native from Lake Grove, New york she’s a graduate from Northwestern University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the Medill school of journalism where she graduated with honors. She is fluent in Spanish as well. Extremely ambitious and driven, Lane’s television career began while completing her masters, serving as a Washington D.C based reporter for KSNT-TV. Upon completion of graduation, she joined News 12 the Bronx. There she got to expand her horizon as an anchor and a reporter. Talking about her body measurements, Alycia was one of the hottest TV presenters ever. She’s got the perfect bodily measurement and she does not shy away from flaunting them ever.
Next in 2000, she moved to Miami where she joined Fox affiliated WSVN where she got to work as their reporter. Only a year later, she moved to a network’s rival station WTVJ anticipating a better growth. After serving the network for two years, she decided to move to KYW-TV in 2003.She experienced tremendous amount of accomplishment there. Not only her shows encompassed higher ratings but also during her tenure she bagged a local Emmy Award for her contribution. However, despite her outstanding performance, executives at KYW released her on 2008 stating the cause of her frequent controversies surrounding her personal life. She was respected in the newsroom for always going to extra mile, for getting that one extra fact.
Eventually, Lane settled into the weekend anchor spot at WTVJ and married minor league baseball player Dino Calandriello of Miami. Her husband used to play baseball from Miami team. Miami became her home, but ambition was still stirred. As Lane was a life runner, “If I stayed there, I knew it was going to be a very slow climb to the top “Lane recalls”. Very slow, like somebody was going to have to drop dead.” And lane adds her marriage was in trouble. Alycia has had number of relationships affairs over the past. Since she’s such ravishing and personified beauty men just find her extremely irresistible. She has had two failed marriages. First, she married the former minor league baseball player Dino Calandriello on 2000.Because of the increasing differences and conflicts, they both decided to end it. Her marriage with Dino officially ended in 2004.Next, she tied knots with Jay Adkins hoping it would last for a lifetime. Unfortunately, her relationship with Adkins also couldn’t work out for good. She divorced him in 2007.Right now, she has kept her freed from any kind of commitment hassle.
Alycia Lane, a former Philadelphia TV news anchor who was fired from her last job after a series of off air incidents made her fodder for tabloids and gossip columns, was hired Tuesday as a reporter and weekend anchor at KNBC-TV. In KNBC’s initial announcement on Tuesday, Craigh Robinson, president and General manager, praised Lane as “an experienced anchor who has a tremendous ability to engage and connect with the audiences. Her energy and talent will be great assets to KNBC, and we look forward to her contributions towards the newsroom. “KNBC’s initial news release about Lane’s hiring touted her resume and accomplishments, including two Emmy’s for local reporting, boosting ratings in Philadelphia and a stint as a weekend anchor and reporter for WTVJ, the NBC station to Miami. It contained no mention of the events that undercut her standing at KYW.
In May 2007, Lane became the center of National media story, when reports surfaced that Lane emailed pictures of herself and friends in a bikini to the NFL networks Rich Elsen to an account that he shared with his wife, Suzy Shuster. Shuster’s email response went public. Lane, however, insisted the pictures were harmless and that she and Elsen have been platonic friends for nearly 10 years, and that they regularly exchange email and photos. When page six broke the bikini story, Lane should be able to face a lot of controversies over and over, she sat in her office at CBS3 mortified, holding closed door meetings, trying to explain to her bosses what she knew was about to hit the press. Then after some time, the CBS3 president, Michael collaring stated, “After assessing the overall impact of a series of incidents resulting from judgments, she has made, we have concluded that it would be impossible for Alycia to continue to report the news as she, herself, has become the focus of many news stories. We wish to make clear that we are not prejudging the outcome of the criminal case against Alycia that is pending in New York.”