Angie Crouch is an Emmy-Award winning Journalist who has reported for television stations across the United States.
Angie is a news reporter for KNBC-TV in Los Angeles, California. She has also worked as a contributing correspondent for the KCET (PBS) award-winning TV magazine show "SoCal Connected," "Issues with Jane Velez Mitchell" on CNN Headline News, and the Reelz Channel's "Dailies Show."
Her coverage includes Hurricane Isaac, the Inauguration of Barack Obama, the death investigation of Michael Jackson, California's massive Station fire and Mudslides, and the Earthquake in Haiti. Feature stories include flying an F-16 with the U.S. Thunderbirds, reporting underwater in a Shark Cage, Skydiving, Paragliding, The Academy Awards, The Grammys, and the story of Zac Sunderland, the youngest boy to sail solo around the world. Angie worked as freelance West Coast Correspondent for ABC Newsone - doing as many as 30 live reports a day for TV stations across America on the OJ Simpson Trial, the Los Angeles Wildfires, the Northridge Earthquake, the Rodney King civil trial, and the Reginald Denny Trial. Angie has also written and directed a number of Series for Cable Television including the Travel Channel, Home & Garden Channel, and the Fine Living Network. Angie is also a poet and was accepted into the Stony Brook Southampton Writers Conference to study poetry with former US Poet Laureate Billy Collins.
Angie has also done Voice-Over work - narrating promotional videos for Neutrogena, and documentaries for the University of Southern California, and the Democratic National Convention. She's served as host for Corporate Websites - and appeared as a TV News Reporter in the 20th Century Fox movie "Volcano" and the Banksy documentary "Exit Through the Gift Shop." Angie works as a Media Consultant - training law enforcement & business leaders to appear on-camera. She's also served as a guest speaker at USC Journalism School.
Awards include: An Emmy for Best Documentary "A Millionaire's Murder," Associated Press Award for "Teens Doin' Time," United Press International Award for "Living with AIDS," LA Press Club Award for Breaking News Coverage of the Los Angeles Wildfires, and an Emmy & Golden Mike & LA Press Club Award for "Year of Living Dangerously" the story of the youngest sailor to circle the globe. She was also part of the KNBC news team Emmy award winning report on the death of Osama Bin Laden.
Angie received the Good News Foundation's Community Service Award for her fundraising efforts on behalf of the Agape Orphanage in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Angie spent a month living in a remote village in South Africa volunteering with AIDS orphans. She was nominated for an Emmy for the story she shot and produced about the orphans. She is currently working with a number of relief agencies helping victims of the Haiti Earthquake. She's active in fundraising for the global Movember campaign to cure Prostate Cancer. She also runs a program called Steppin' Out! which introduces inner-city children to culture and arts. She serves on the Board of Directors for LACER after-school program in Hollywood, California.