Diana Zoga

By: Ludwig Paige  |   | 

Diana Zoga is an Albanian American reporter who is presently working for NBC affiliate station, KXAS. Previously, she worked at Fox 4 for two years. 

Quick Facts About Diana Zoga

Name Diana Zoga
Profession TV Anchor
Gender Female
Nationality Albanian American
Marital Status Married
Place of Birth New York City, New York
Husband Deron Sugg
University University of Texas at Austin
Working For NBC affiliate, KXAS

Diana Zoga short bio

Diana Zoga was born in New York City, New York and raised in the suburbs of Dallas. She can speak Albanian. She went to the University of Texas at Austin in 1999 and graduated in 2002 with a BA in Journalism.

Diana Zoga joins NBC

Zoga left Fox 4 to join NBC affiliate KXAS in October 2017. She had worked at KDFW-TV Fox 4 for two years as a general assignment reporter. At Fox, she worked the 9 and 10 pm newscasts on weekdays and also filled in as an anchor during weekend evening newscasts.

Diana Zoga wearing headphones and holding her phone with both arms, there are several people behind her

Priot to this, she was based in St. Louis where she worked as an anchor and reporter at KMOV. She had joined the network in 2008 and began anchoring weekend morning newscasts in 2012. She reported several breaking news at the station including the Ferguson coverage in 2014.

Zoga has also worked at KTUL in Tulsa as a news reporter and her first broadcasting job out of college was at 12 Media KXII Television, where she served until 2006.

Diana Zoga is married

Diana Zoga posing for a photo with husband Deron Sugg who has his arm around her waist

Zoga is a married woman! She often shares photos of her husband, Deron Sugg, on her Instagram @dizoga.

Sugg is an attorney who has been practicing family law for almost two decades.

Sugg graduated magna cum laude from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and was admitted to the bar in 2000 after graduating from the University of Missouri School of Law.

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