Daytime Hosts

Maggie Rodriguez is back doing what she loves as co-host of Daytime. The nationally recognized journalist returned to television after pausing to raise her children.

Maggie’s tv news career spans 20 years. She is best known as the former host of The Early Show, the national morning program on CBS. She was also a substitute anchor on The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric and a contributor for 48 Hours and CBS Sunday Morning.

During her time at CBS, Maggie did everything from traveling with the candidates in the 2008 presidential campaign and reporting from the White House to interviewing Hollywood’s biggest celebrities and cooking with top chefs.

Maggie also worked in local news as the primary anchor at WFOR, the CBS station in Miami, her hometown and as an anchor and reporter on KABC, the top-rated station in Los Angeles. She is the recipient of seven Emmy Awards and two Edward R. Murrow Awards.

Maggie moved to Tampa with her husband and two children in 2017. They have fallen in love with the pace of life here— not too fast, not too slow, just right. They enjoy outdoor adventures like going to the beach at Pass-a-Grille, exploring the Tampa Riverwalk and taking day trips to Anna Maria Island, Crystal River and everywhere in between. They have an Australian Labradoodle named Buccaneer.

Cyndi has been hosting morning TV shows for almost 25 years. She has always been incredibly curious so getting to ask people questions for a living is a dream come true.

When they’re not at home spoiling their golden doodle, Cyndi and her husband Colin can be found volunteering, playing sports or exploring the great outdoors.

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