Posted Aug 10 2015 02:11PM PDT
Updated Feb 05 2019 04:00PM PST
Liz Habib is an Emmy award-winning journalist, television anchor, and show host with more than 20 years experience covering the world’s biggest news, entertainment and sports stories.
Currently, she is the main sports anchor on FOX 11 in Los Angeles. She has also hosted “Good Day LA,” where she interviewed newsmakers and politicians, celebrities and sports stars. Liz is not afraid to go toe-to-toe with influential people on live TV!
In addition to daily sports anchor duties, Habib hosts the station’s popular “Sports Wrap” show after NFL games on FOX, with LA Rams legends Vince Ferragamo and Jackie Slater. She hosts live from the Coliseum and various stadiums during the biggest games of the year including the NFC Championship in New Orleans, and Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta.
She hosts Fox 11’s World Series coverage live from Dodger Stadium with Dodger’s great Steve Garvey.
She traveled to the NFL owners meetings as the league made the decision to relocate the Rams and Chargers to Los Angeles. She covered Kobe Bryant and the Lakers championship runs in 2008, 2009 and 2010. The Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup victories in 2012 and 2014, the Anaheim Ducks Stanley Cup championship in 2007. She has contributed to Fox News, CNN, and Fox Sports.
Liz came to Los Angeles after working for 10 years at KTVK in Phoenix as a prime time anchor. There, she flew around the world to cover major news events, such as the death of Princess Diana, the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, and the crash of the Columbia space shuttle. She hosted numerous shows, moderated the Arizona gubernatorial debates, and anchored newscasts and specials on location during breaking news, earning an Emmy award for excellence.
Before heading west, Habib worked at WKYC in Cleveland, and WTOV in Steubenville, Ohio/Wheeling, West Virginia as an anchor/reporter. She began her career in her hometown of Pittsburgh with an internship at WTAE. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in English from the University of Pittsburgh.
Liz is proud of her big, ethnic, multicultural family and spends as much time with them as she can. She has six brothers, and a sister, who have given her 15 nieces and nephews. She is the daughter of a Slovak immigrant and is 3rd generation Lebanese American.