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Is Lauren Scala in Relationship? Find out who her boyfriend is

News by Clarence Published on 02 Mar,2017 Updated on 02 Mar,2017

Lauren Scala, an American journalist, works as the traffic reporter for WNBC New York.

She appears on the Today in New York alongside Darlene Rodriguez, Michael Gargiulo, and Chris Cimino.

Previously she hosted the game live interactive trivia game show on the Saturday edition of Today in New York.

Lauren’s professional life is open up for her viewers but what about her personal life, marriage, dating and relationships. Today we will reveal all secrets about his personal affairs.

Is Lauren Scala married or in a relationship? 

Lauren is in her mid-thirties and popular, despite that she has maintained a low profile.

She seems too busy having fun as a single sucessful woman to get married. Lauren hasn't admitted to being in a relationship.

Lauren is active on social sites but doesn't posts about her love life much.

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Lauren is happy with her job and loves her profession. She revealed her love for the profession in an interview with New York girl style.

I love a good New York story and I love being able to share them. I love inspiring others and sharing my knowledge of New York City with a wide audience. My job stimulates and inspires me every day and allows me to be creative. I’m honestly high on life right now, floating on air.

Additionally, there has never been much newsa about her affairs or boyfriends so far. Lauren seems to be a strong and independent girl, is happy with her solo life.

Professional life of Lauren Scala

Lauren started her career when she was just 19 years old. She worked for major companies such as DreamWorks Pictures, MGMParamount Pictures, and J Records.

Prior to joining WNBC, she served as a segment producer and host for Time Out New York On Demand channel. In 2010, Lauren joined NBC 4 New York and began serving as an on-air contributor for Time Out New York magazine.

Later she became a host of the station's Interactive Trivia Game, a fast-paced, live experience made up of ten questions.

Their local viewers used to compete against one another on various topics by using their cell phones, computers, and touch screen devices.

 

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Emmy winner journalist Lauren features as a reporter for the daily lifestyle show New York Live. On this show, she is often seen reporting on an enjoying the newest restaurants and food trends town.

Lauren’s dining segments also appear on Taxi TV in a weekly segment named Backseat Bites.Q

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