Marsha Taylor is co anchor of Central Florida's morning news. She's no stranger to Orlando - she moved here when her father was a navigator on B-52's stationed at what was then Mccoy Air Force Base. (It's now Orlando International Airport) Marsha is a radio-TV graduate of Morehead State University in Kentucky. After graduating she came home and started looking for a job! Her first job was WDIZ - 100.3 - a rock station - after 3 years there Marsha moved to public radio - 90.7 in Orlando. She arrived at WDBO in 1986-lured by a combo job reporting and anchoring...and a chance to say WDBO - 60 times a minute. Or at least it sounded like that after public radio. Marsha anchored - midday - the afternoon news...and has spent the last 17 years co- anchoring Central Florida's Morning News. During her tenure as News Director - she won countless awards - including the 2012 Best Radio News Operation in the state - from the Associated Press.
She's married with 3 children. Her oldest son is in the Army - her daugher is an RN with Orlando Health and her youngest son is an 8th grader. Marsha keeps up with Longwood Babe Ruth baseball and middle school. She enjoys reading and getting up REALLY early to join the show every morning at 5am.