The Daily Buzz Morning Show Shakes Up Hosts
If you watch the locally-produced morning show, The Daily Buzz, you may have not recognized the show this week.
More precisely, you may not have recognized the four new hosts.
To kick off The Daily Buzz’s 11th season, on August 6, the show received a new set and four new hosts.
Charles Divins (an actor who spent five years on the soap “Passions”), Lisa Spooner (a morning anchor from Fort Meyers), Lance Smith (former host of CMT’s “Top 20 Countdown”), and Jessica Reyes (a Toyota of Orlando spokesperson) are the new faces gracing The Daily Buzz.
They replace former hosts Andrea Jackson, Andy Campbell, and Mitch English (who left a month earlier).
The show continues to shoot at Full Sail University in Winter Park, but with a new set. Originally, the quartet were seated facing each other at a table, but that has been tweaked per viewer response to the forward facing-the-camera style of delivering the news.
In Orlando, the nationally syndicated show airs from 6am-7am weekday mornings on WRDQ-Channel 27.
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