Hi! I'm Angeline Bernabe and I'm a video journalist based in New York City. I am currently a News Fellow at ABC News rotating among the different shows and units. I recently ended my first rotation at Nightline, helping producers out with daily show elements, producing block 3 segments an teases and producing social videos.
In May 2018, I graduated from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. While living in the Bay, I worked as a production assistant for ABC 7 Bay Area News (KGO) and interned for CNBC's San Francisco Bureau and for NBC Bay Area's Investigative Unit. I also reported on crime for Richmond Confidential, worked as a research assistant for UC Berkeley's Investigative Reporting Program and spent a summer in New York as a News Fellow and intern at NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt.
Prior to Graduate School, I lived in Los Angeles and attended Cal State LA. I fell in love with journalism after I took my first television and film class and got involved with the campus newspaper as a staff reporter. As a student reporter, I covered protests, several LA Mayoral debates and student life. I was so passionate about media that I started a chapter of Her Campus, the #1 new media brand and online magazine for college women, and served as the station manager of our college radio station, Golden Eagle Radio. While I juggled school life, I also obtained several internships and worked for KCBS' Investigative Unit and Dateline NBC.
I've dabbled in a little bit of every media platform and I have a lot of experience in traditional broadcast news, but I am always interested to see how traditional news formats can be applied to new and emerging platforms. I enjoy producing videos and telling stories about people who have no voice or who have been forgotten. I also like diving into stories that have a national impact and breaking down how issues will affect people in all aspects of society.