Phil Shuman has been reporting in Southern California for almost 40 years and has worked for KTTV FOX 11 since 2002. He is currently the weekend co-anchor and a general assignment news reporter for KTTV's 5 and 10 o’clock newscasts. He has also worked in the investigative unit, for Good Day LA, and as a Sportscaster. Before joining Fox, Shuman traveled the world as an LA-based news correspondent for the nationally syndicated magazine show EXTRA. Prior to that he was with KNBC in Los Angeles. In his long career Shuman has covered some of the biggest stories in Southern California and the country, such as the O.J. Simpson case, Michael Jackson’s death, the Rodney King beating, the LA riots and so much more. He graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Economics from Williams College in Massachusetts. His first job was as a reporter, anchor, and sportscaster at KFDX in Wichita Falls, Texas, an NBC affiliate, before moving on to KWTV
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The former LAFC president pivoted from running a sports team to helping Angelenos survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The people FOX 11 spoke with were disappointed that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are no plans at this point for any kind of public celebration that we've come to love after past championships, but they understood.
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