Posted: Nov 7, 2011 8:48 AM
Updated: Mar 5, 2013 1:47 PM
Angela Douglas is the anchor/producer of the statewide Noon News on Montana's News Station and reports daily for the 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. Q2 newscasts. Angela joined the Q2 team in May of 2008, immediately after graduating from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota.
Angela was born and raised in the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," but with strong family roots in central/eastern Montana, heading west was an easy decision!
Starting out as a general news reporter at Q2, Angela has enjoyed covering a number of different stories ranging from wildfires and crime to jumping out of an airplane in Ronan, MT. Angela's passion for storytelling and sense of adventure led her to create a series called, "Angela's Adventures." You can catch her trying out activities like kayaking down a river, climbing up a rock wall or even flying a plane, every other Sunday night on the Q2 evening news. Ideas are always appreciated!
In June of 2010, Angela made the switch from field reporting to the anchor desk... becoming the anchor/producer of Montana this Morning. In September of 2010, she decided to combine the best of both worlds. Angela now focuses on digging up the dirt and reporting on daily basis, along with producing and anchoring the noon newscast.
When she isn't bringing you the noon news, breaking news, or the latest adventure, Angela loves to rock climb, ski, run (well, it's growing on her), attempt to cook, and hang out with her friends and large Montana family.
Angela graduated with a degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in TV Broadcast Journalism. During her time at SCSU, she spent many hours at the campus TV station, UTVS. Angela was a 3rd place winner of SPJ's 2007 Region 6 Mark of Excellence Award for her coverage on the I-35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis in 2007.
If you have a story idea, email her at email@example.com.