Carlos Diaz serves as sports anchor on HLN's "Morning Express with Robin Meade."
In addition to anchoring sports segments on the popular morning show, Diaz will also contribute and serve as guest host on multiple shows across HLN. He joined the network in May 2011.
Prior, Diaz was as a reporter for ESPN’s "SportsCenter," interviewing the sports elite including Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning. He also served as an anchor for the National Basketball Association's television network, NBA TV, as well as a features writer for NBA.com. He has also covered news and entertainment updates for E!, as well as Fox News, TBS and MSNBC.
Most recently, Diaz served as a correspondent for the entertainment news magazine "Extra" for eight years, and for the first three, he also hosted the syndicated show "Celebrity Justice." During his tenure, Diaz additionally hosted "The Daily Diaz," a nationally syndicated radio report that featured the latest on entertainment, news and sports.
Before ESPN, Diaz was a sports anchor and reporter for WSVN-TV in Miami, Florida. He began his career as a radio sports director in his hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1996, Diaz won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award for coverage of the Indianapolis Colts while working as a reporter for WNDE-AM.
Diaz attended Indiana University, and for the last several years, has hosted Indianapolis's "Heartland Film Festival," the "Indiana Children's Wish Fund" and a variety of Indy 500 star-studded events.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Diaz enjoys snowboarding, golfing, cooking and traveling the world.