Angela "Angie" Grande thrives on being a trailblazer in the news industry. She started her career as a News Producer at WKTV in her hometown of Utica, NY during her senior year of college. She went on to work as a producer in Syracuse & Albany, NY before making her way to WNBC in New York City - where she spent 7 years as one of the station's top producers.
In 2018, she joined NBC News Digital to helped develop a first-of-its kind news show on Snapchat: Stay Tuned. As Executive Producer of the brand, she and her team built a loyal audience of 11 million subscribers - among the youngest generation of news consumers.
Grande is now the Director of Streaming News Channels for NBCUniversal Local -- where she's charting the launch of NBC and Telemundo owned stations’ new local news channels for streaming platforms.
Grande is a National Emmy Award winner for “Breaking News Coverage” for WNBC’s extensive coverage of Superstorm Sandy. She is also the recipient of two Edward R. Murrow Awards for her journalistic work at WNBC and a New York regional Emmy Award winner for WNBC’s coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombing. Her alma mater, Utica University, honored her with the Raymond Simon Institute’s Outstanding Alumna Award in 2020 to recognize her successful career in broadcasting.