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Lindsay Zuchelli


Lindsay Zuchelli, former News Content Manager for the team, is currently a part-time producer for News Channel 3-12 as she raises her new born son on the Central Coast.

She is a Ventura County native who has also spent many years calling the Central Coast home.

Lindsay graduated from Westlake High School in the Thousand Oaks area. She then attended Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo where she graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She realized during an internship that she was passionate about producing and landed her first job as a News Producer while she was still a student at Cal Poly.

Lindsay later went on to work as a News Producer at NBC Bay Area, where she was nominated for an Emmy for coverage of the Napa and Sonoma County wildfires in 2017. Before that, she spent two years working as a News Producer at KRON4 in San Francisco.

After four years in the Bay Area, she and her husband decided they wanted to move back to the 805 area code, and now they call Santa Barbara County home.

Lindsay spent three years working as the Executive Producer for News Channel 3-12 before becoming the News Content Manager.

She won an Emmy for coverage of the 2021 Alisal Fire, which burned along the Gaviota Coast.

You can follow Lindsay on Twitter.

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