Broadcaster Elizabeth Klinge has extensive expertise and a strong fan base. She joined CBS Sacramento during the pandemic and quickly became people’s favorite anchor. But after over three years, Elizabeth Klinge leaves KOVR-TV for a new opportunity. The anchor has now decided to move to the next destination and is returning home again. Read on to find out where Elizabeth Klinge is going next.
Elizabeth Klinge Moves to Iowa
Elizabeth Klinge spent her childhood on a farm in Iowa near Elkader. She studied at the University of Iowa and finished with honors and distinction with a BA in Journalism in 2005.
Right out of college, she joined WHO 13 News in Des Moines, Iowa, and stayed as a reporter and anchor for nearly seven years. Following that, she also worked as a freelance on-camera talent for Grossman & Jack Talent in Chicago, Illinois.
In 2013, Klinge returned to Des Moines, Iowa, and joined KCCI 8 News. After almost five years, she decided to move to Sacramento and made it a home away from home. She spent the last three years as an anchor and reporter at KOVR-TV.
Thank you, Sacramento!
I’m so grateful for my time working with the talented team at CBS 13 and the opportunity to share the stories of Northern Californians. Sacramento will always feel like my ‘home away from home.’ Stay tuned for updates on my next adventure! pic.twitter.com/opT7fwWniT
— Elizabeth Klinge (@Elizabth_Klinge) March 31, 2023
In her broadcasting career, Klinge has received recognition with a best morning newscast Emmy Award from the Upper Midwest Regional and has been nominated for news anchoring.
And now, after just over three years, Elizabeth Klinge leaves KOVR-TV to return home to Iowa. She will join KWWL News 7 to co-anchor the 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 10:00 p.m. newscasts.
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Furthermore, Klinge wrapped up her last day at KOVR CBS Sacramento on March 31, 2023, and will debut on Waterloo’s KWWL News 7 on April 7, 2023. And she will be an integral part of the evening anchor team of Ron Steele and Collin Dorsey.