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ANGEL RUSSELL
Multimedia Journalist

arussell@ksby.com


Angel Russell joined the KSBY News team in January of 2016 as a multimedia journalist. She graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. Originally born and raised in the Bay Area and after many years of reporting elsewhere, Angel is excited to be back in her home state of California and on the Central Coast.

After graduation, Angel lived in Rhode Island while she competed in the Rhode Show’s Search for Star Competition. This experience allowed her to work at the station creating local interest stories and granted her the opportunity to co-host the show live. She was also working as a video journalist at the time in Boston, Massachusetts for the online magazine, Walk Jog Run.

After a taste of television reporting, Angel was hired as a multimedia reporter for KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado where she was later promoted to weekend anchor/producer and hosted her own monthly feature segment called People You Can Count On. Angel was the recipient of the 2014 Western Slope Journalist of the Year Award.

Angel is dedicated to telling the untold story, and encourages people to reach out to her since she believes everyone has a story to tell.

 

 

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