Angela Musallam joined the Action News Now Team in March, 2014. She comes from KPIX in San Francisco, where she wrote for their award-winning newscasts and produced hourly cut-ins.
Angela has a degree in Broadcast Electronic Communication Arts from San Francisco State University. Angela has always had a fiery passion for breaking stories and covering big news for radio and TV. Angela has worked alongside prominent San Francisco reporters to break stories - such examples include the investigation and banning of the Four Loko drink in the Bay Area, and the shady tactics one San Jose graffiti cleaning company used to get more money from the city. Independently, Angela examined and reported on San Francisco's food, oil and grease ordinance, which brought a lot of attention to the city's annual $3.5 million dollar sewage problem. She also enterprised a story surrounding the controversy around federally approved Xenon car headlights, which were interfering with safe driving.
Angela is an award-winning journalist - she was awarded a first-place title from the Broadcast Education Association for a story she broke about how social trends are shaping what young girls think is "sexy" to wear on Halloween.
Angela loves to explore new places and new things to do, and her curiosity often gets the best of her. As a Bay Area native, Angela is thrilled to be in the North State.
If you have a story tip, idea or pitch that you think is important and informative to the community, please feel free to email Angela at AMusallam@ActionNewsNow.com.