Pamela D’Angelo is an independent producer and writer who covers the Chesapeake Bay and rural life along its shores. She is a journalism educator who has worked throughout Africa and as an adjunct at the University of Richmond. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Based at WVTF Public Radio, Fred Echols is the local host of All Things Considered. He also produces the weekly news magazine, Weekend Virginia, as well as the public affairs program, Evening Edition.
Robbie Harris is the New River Valley Bureau Chief. She is a former news director of WBEZ/ Chicago Public Radio and WHYY in Philadelphia, where she led award-winning news teams and creative projects. She has also worked in public and commercial television, as well as print journalism. Harris graduated with a B.A. in English from Rutgers College and an M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania in Political Science. E-mail: email@example.com
Sandy Hausman is WVTF/Radio IQ’s Charlottesville bureau chief. She’s an award-winning journalist who joined WVTF from the “Windy City” where she was a news anchor at WBBM and a regular contributor to Chicago Public Radio. She also produces for NPR, The World, Marketplace and Deutsche Welle Radio.
Tommie McNeil is a State Capitol reporter who has been covering Virginia and Virginia politics for more than a decade. He originally hails from Maryland, and also doubles as the evening anchor for 1140 WRVA in Richmond. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Marie Morgan
Anne Marie Morgan is the Richmond Bureau Chief for Virginia Public Radio, and is one of the most experienced State Capitol broadcast journalists in Virginia. She also works as an adjunct Professor of Political Science at the University of Richmond and is an occasional contributor to NPR.
Joe Staniunas teaches broadcast journalism at Radford University and frequently reports on issues in the New River Valley. He’s also researching the media use of cameras in Virginia’s courts.
As Managing News Editor, Connie Stevens is responsible for the day to day editorial activities of Virginia Public Radio. She also serves as News Director for Roanoke-based WVTF/Radio IQ news.
Sondra Woodward can be heard each weekday morning hosting NPR’s Morning Edition and World News from the BBC on WHRV Public Radio. She lives in Norfolk.