Lauren Smith

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Lauren Smith joined the WITN team in April 2015. She anchors First Sunrise weekday mornings and reports.

NAME: Lauren Smith
TITLE: WITN First Sunrise Anchor and Reporter
E-MAIL: lauren.smith@witn.com
ALMA MATER: Dallas Baptist University
PREVIOUS STATIONS: KXII-TV
FAVORITE TV SHOW: “Lost” & “Parks and Recreation”
FAVORITE MOVIE: Titanic… typical girl, I know!
FAVORITE BOOK: Too difficult to choose just one! But my favorite genre is historical fiction.
FAVORITE BEVERAGE: Coffee…iced or hot…I love it all
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON YOUR DAY OFF: Anything near or on the water!
FAVORITE SEASON: Spring
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: Some really good sunscreen




BIOGRAPHY:
Lauren Smith joined the WITN team in April 2015. She anchors First Sunrise weekday mornings and reports. Lauren was born and raised in Allen, Texas and graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Broadcast Communication degree in 2013. During her time there, Lauren was an intern at D Magazine and was also involved in various local film productions. Most recently, Lauren was a reporter for Texoma’s KXII-TV and was based out of the Ardmore, Oklahoma bureau.
In her free time, Lauren enjoys reading, fitness, church activities, anything on water, and spending time with family and friends.

She’s excited to explore Eastern Carolina and get involved in the community!


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