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Good Morning America Producer, Daisha Riley Has Passed Away


Daisha Riley Death

Real Name: Daisha Riley
Age: 35 yrs
Death Date: July 2020
Place Of Death: US
Cause Of Death: Undisclosed Illness


Good Morning America Producer, Daisha Riley Has passed away.

Good Morning America Producer (GMA), Daisha Riley has passed away. The Emmy Award winning journalist, Daisha was reported to have died few days ago from an undisclosed illness.

Speaking about her death GMA wrote “Riley, who died unexpectedly, was a young and talented producer who rose through the ranks over the years on the show and whose legacy lives on in the stories she told.”

Her cause of death or what killed her is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.

Tributes Floods Twitter


Daisha Riley was an experienced Producer with a demonstrated history of working in the broadcast media industry, Strong arts and design professional skilled in Field Production, News Writing, Avid Technology Products, Breaking News, and Television.

She was a producer for ABC News Good Morning America. Pitch and produce compelling taped segments for ABC News’ Good Morning America broadcast. She write and produce segments for GMA Investigates series, Arranging and conducting interviews, booking guests for taped segments, coordinating with local agencies and network bureau staff, and handling logistics for reporting team members.

Daisha Riley studied Journalism at the purchase College, SUNY. She graduated in 2006.

Producer Tony Morrison have also tweeted in regards to the information final evening, writing, “Completely devastated tonight to be taught that Emmy-winning journalist, producer and good friend, Daisha Riley, handed away final evening. She was a power, filled with expertise and highly effective perspective. We’ll be honoring her tomorrow on @GMA. Daisha is the 4th GMA staffer we’ve misplaced in 2020.


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