Frances Lin


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Frances Lin joined News 13 in February 2017 as the Evening Anchor and Reporter.

Frances Lin joined News 13 in February 2017 as the Evening Anchor and Reporter.

She was born in Oxford, Mississippi, and moved to Taipei, Taiwan when she was two months old. She grew up in Taipei and moved back to the U.S. when she was 18 years old to attend the University of California, Davis. She graduated in June of 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts Double Major in Media Communications and Social Psychology.

After graduation, she interned at KCRA 3 as a General News Assistant and then served as a General Assignment Reporter at KTVH 12.

In her free time, Frances enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and doing art-related activities. Painting, drawing, clothing design / sewing, woodworking, ceramics, and anything art-related! She also enjoys long boarding, cooking, watching Netflix, and having epic karaoke sessions while driving.

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