Jose Zozaya

José Zozaya is the anchor of News Leader 9 Weekend Morning and reports three nights a week for WTVM. José Zozaya joined WTVM News Leader 9 as a Multimedia Journalist in March 2016 after graduating from the University of Florida in December with a degree in Journalism. Jose was named weekend morning anchor in August 2017. Before arriving at WTVM News Leader 9, José worked for NBC 6 in South Florida. During his time at UF, José covered a variety of issues for WUFT News and the city newspapers, including local politics, community redevelopment and campus life. After working for the weekly Spanish-language radio program Noticias WUFT-FM, José anchored and produced WUFT’s daily news update, “News in 90.” He then hosted the weekly politics segment for WUFT’s live news broadcast, “First at Five,” and before graduating, had the opportunity to co-anchor the main broadcast. José was born in Pittsburgh, PA, but soon moved to Venezuela, then relocating to South Florida with his family. José is excited to start his career in the South and serve the Chattahoochee Valley community. When he’s not working, he loves to watch movies on Netflix, follow his sports teams, eat good food, and of course, spend time with his family.

Recent Articles by Jose

  Boys and Girls Club of Chattahoochee Valley holds their 39th annual Upatoi Polo Cup

Tennis tournament hosts players across southeast after Florence forces change

Volunteers prepare for Hurricane Florence, stand ready to help evacuees

As Hurricane Florence approaches, families brace for impact and volunteers prepare to help

Bus driver salary increases on the table as school district addresses shortage, attrition

UPDATE: Deceased victim in deadly Auburn shooting ID'ed

Local organizations and advocates gather for a rally concerning climate and jobs

UPDATE: Student housing complex pays delinquent taxes to the City of Auburn

LAWSUIT: Families suing for $3M in damages following MCSD bus crash in 2016

Auburn City Council approves contract with new valet parking company downtown

Triathletes families and friends kick off labor day with a 'float' down the river

Parents and leaders in Columbus talk education, breaking the cycle of violence among children

Families discover science while celebrating Sci-fi at comic book and toy show

Grand Whitewater Paddle brings thousands to Chattahoochee River

City considers collecting revenue, fees from Airbnb to boost tourism economy

Advocates, lawmakers speak out against potential poll shutdown in Southwest GA

Fiery MCSD board discussion targets bullying and other district issues

Sen. Doug Jones made a stop in AL and shares thoughts on economy

Construction crews prepare to revitalize historic Claflin School building in Columbus

Columbus police share critical tips for reacting to an active shooter