Dayna Roselli Bio, Age, Husband, KTNV And Leaving Action 13 News


Dayna Roselli Biography

Dayna Roselli is an American journalist working as a news anchor for KTNV Action 13 News’ Good Morning Las Vegas and Midday. She attended the State University of New York situated at Fredonia, USA.

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Dayna Roselli Career | Dayna Roselli KTNV Action 13 News

Dayna Roselli is a commentator for Channel 13 Action News’ Good Morning Las Vegas and Midday on KTNV. Already, she worked at KXNT radio, where she was the host of the morning program.

Dayna Roselli

Dayna Roselli

Adding to her involvement in the first part of the day, she was a grapple and columnist at KLAS in Las Vegas from 2004-2012.

Roselli is an Emmy Award-winning grapple who has been named one of the Top 100 ladies of impact in southern Nevada by My Vegas magazine a few times.


News Anchor
Company Name KTNV Channel 13 Action News
Dates Employed Oct 2015 – Oct 2019
Employment Duration 4 yrs 1 mo
Location Las Vegas, Nevada
Morning & Midday News Anchor. Book and produce guest segments for the Midday show.

The host of 24/7 Vegas TV
Company Name Verifone
Dates Employed Mar 2014 – 2016
Employment Duration 2 yrs
Location Las Vegas, Nevada
A host of 24/7 Vegas TV show that airs inside Las Vegas taxi cabs. It features Las Vegas attractions, performers, and shows.

Freelance Reporter
Company Name Bader Media Group
Dates Employed Mar 2015 – Oct 2015
Employment Duration 8 mos
Location Las Vegas, Nevada Area
Interview celebrities on the red carpet and “one on one” at big events. Assignments include the Derek Jeter Turn 2 Gala and The Stellar Gospel Awards.

Morning show co-host, KXNT 100.5 FM
Company Name CBS Radio
Dates Employed Aug 2013 – Sep 2015
Employment Duration 2 yrs 2 mos
Location Las Vegas, Nevada
Co-host of “Carlos and Dayna” in the morning with Carlos Diaz on 100.5 FM (CBS Radio) in Las Vegas, 6 am to 9 am Monday through Friday.

Television Host
Company Name ReelzChannel
Dates Employed Jun 2013
Employment Duration 1 mo
Location Albuquerque, New Mexico Area
Fill-in host for “The Reelz Show,” (Episodes: June 3rd & 4th)

Morning News Anchor & Entertainment Reporter
Company Name KLAS TV
Dates Employed Sep 2008 – Jun 2012
Employment Duration 3 yrs 10 mos
Location Las Vegas, Nevada
– Co-Anchor of 8 News Now This Morning, 4 AM – 7 AM, Monday through Friday
– Field Anchor special broadcasts: LV Marathon, New Year’s Countdown, Race For The Cure
– Interviewed & produced entertainment stories and segments & managed entertainment blog
– Newsroom leader in social media

Traffic Anchor
Company Name 8 News NOW | KLAS-TV
Dates Employed 2006 – 2008
Employment Duration 2 yrs
Location Las Vegas, Nevada Area
– Produced traffic segments using Beat The Traffic software and presented live reports.
– Produced and created my own segment called, “What’s Driving You Crazy?!”

Freelance Reporter, Life & Style Magazine
Company Name Bauer Publishing
Dates Employed 2006 – 2008
Employment Duration 2 yrs
Location Las Vegas, Nevada Area
– Covered red carpet and celebrity events in Las Vegas
* I have also freelanced for Radar Online & TV Guide on occasion

Helicopter Reporter
Company Name KLAS TV
Dates Employed 2004 – 2006
Employment Duration 2 yrs
Location Las Vegas, Nevada Area
Operated FLIR camera system and reported for live newscasts

Weekend Anchor / Reporter
Company Name Fox Rochester
Dates Employed Apr 2002 – 2004
Employment Duration 2 yrs
Location Rochester, New York

Dayna Roselli leaving KTNV Channel 13

Dayna Roselli, a famous morning character on Las Vegas TV since 2004, denoted her last day at KTNV Channel 13 on Friday. Roselli’s four-year contract with the station has coordinated out, and she was anxious to get off her morning plan.

Roselli emphasizes she is remaining in Las Vegas. She additionally plans to decompress.

“After very nearly 15 years on the morning shift in Las Vegas, I’ve chosen I need an adjustment in hours and some rest!” Roselli said in an announcement Thursday. “It’s constantly a troublesome choice when you adore what you do. I’m appreciative of my most recent four years at KTNV, thus pleased with the group I’ve worked with!! One thing that won’t change is my adoration for Las Vegas and the individuals that live here.”

KTNV General Manager Chris Way has not declared a swap for Roselli, or for her communicate accomplice Beth Fisher, who left the station Sept. 27. He said Friday the quest for the two grapples is ongoing.

Roselli began at the Las Vegas ABC partner in October 2015. She was beforehand a host at KXNT 100.5 FM, and eight years at morning stay and traffic columnist at KLAS-Channel 8 in the wake of landing in Las Vegas on April 2004. To uncover, yours really has shown up with Roselli on Midday since the spring of 2016.

Like the reasons given by her companion and on-air accomplice Fisher, Roselli says she is over the early morning schedule. She has not yet arranged the following period of her vocation and life.

“Since I’ve been on the morning shift, getting up at 2 a.m., and carrying on with a bustling way of life, I haven’t had the opportunity to choose yet,” Roselli says. “I’m slowly inhaling. Tuning in to thoughts. Getting a charge out of companions I don’t get the opportunity to see regularly. I have no designs to leave Las Vegas!”

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Real coconut water beverage takes off in Las Vegas

Vincent Paul Zaldivar calls himself “CoCo Vinny,” in fact, he is going to legally change his name. Vinny is the owner and creator of Coco Taps!

It’s been a busy few years for him. He always wanted to like coconut water but didn’t… until he discovered a fresh Thai coconut, and that changed everything. He says, “so every day after my workout I had a whole thing of coconuts I’d buy and I had a knife and a hammer and I would just hammer t them open, well I broke my stepdad’s knife and I didn’t know this at the time but it was it prized possession German knife that he bought 20 years ago from Germany and I couldn’t replace it.”

That was the start of it. He then invented a tool, made in the USA so you can grab a coconut and tap it yourself. It’s like a saw, and you make a hole in the coconut, to tap it.

After 18 months of design, patterns, and trademarks… he landed on Shark Tank. He beat over 100,000 entrants to get on. He really pushed the zero-waste aspect of it… But, they weren’t buying it.

Vinny says, “After that, I cried, after the lights and the cameras shut off I was disappointed as I had never been disappointed before.” He didn’t give up, “every set back is a set up for a comeback.”

It worked. His first client was The Wynn!

Coco Vinny gave us on a tour of their Las Vegas operation facility. He showed us how the coconuts come in, and how they brand them with different logos. The coconuts are repackaged and shipped out. They re-use all the boxes that they come in, and the customers recycle. Coco Vinny says to be zero waste you have to upcycle… re-use, re-purpose, or eliminate everything in the supply chain.

Coco Taps is sold at the new KAOS day club at the Palms hotel-casino too! Bartender, Jessika Shelton, says people love the fresh coconut water, and they like mixing it with alcohol too.

“For our coconuts, it’s great because we are really eliminating a lot of waste that we have in the world right now with plastic, and we are not using straws and we are not using napkins.”

Vinny says, “I grew up in Las Vegas for over 30 years so I’m really excited to work together with them, we’re seeing amazing traction.”

Everyone wants to take a picture with Coco Taps, and they are posting it on social media, which helps business.

Vinny says his long term vision is this, “the real coco dream is to have 10,000 acres… 5,000 in Puerto Rico and 5,000 in Hawaii.”

You can find Coco Taps at the Wynn, Bellagio, Palms, and many other resorts. You can also find it at Terrible Herbst’s stores across the valley, and the largest Chevron in Jean, Nevada!

The next step in the “no waste” process is corn maze taps. These can be thrown in the ocean, even buried, with no harm to the environment.

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