Angie Goff

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Angie Goff
Born Angela Goff
Seoul, South Korea
Ethnicity Korean/Caucasian
Education B.A. from George Mason University
Occupation Television Journalist
Notable credit(s) News Anchor at WRC-TV
Religion Christian
Children Adora Kate (born December 2010)
Robert IV (born May 31, 2013)
Website
http://www.ohmygoff.tv

Angie Goff is an American broadcast journalist at WRC-TV (locally know as "NBC4") in Washington D.C. Goff also writes the popular blog OhMyGoff known for showcasing viewer generated content.

History[edit]

Goff was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She spent most of her childhood and teenage years there, and attended the Seoul American High School for her freshman and sophomore years, where she played guard on the basketball team.[1]

In 1995, she moved to Herndon, Virginia and graduated from Herndon High School, where she was senior class president.[2] She earned a Bachelors of Arts degree from George Mason University.

Career[edit]

Her first job in television reporting for public-access television cable TV station Torrance CitiCable while living in Los Angeles, California. During this time Goff served as the personal assistant to Entertainment Tonight anchor Mark Steines. Next, Goff also served as a morning anchor and reporter for CBS affiliate KMEG-TV in Sioux City, Iowa. From 2004 -2007 she next worked in Columbia South Carolina at WIS-TV where she was a news anchor and reporter. While at the Columbia, South Carolina station Goff won a regional Emmy Award.

She moved to the larger DC market to became traffic anchor for the Washington DC CBS affiliate WUSA-TV in October 2007.

In November 2010, Goff joined DC radio station WVRX, locally known as "105.9 The Edge", as a member of the "Kirk and Mike" morning show hosted by Mike O'Meara and Kirk McEwen.[3]

In August 2011, Goff left WUSA to join WRC-TV (locally known as "NBC4" or "NBC Washington") as a weekend morning anchor and reporter.[4]

Goff also writes the popular blog OhMyGoff known for showcasing viewer generated content.

According to Capitol File Magazine, Goff's website, ohmygoff.tv ranked #2 in Washington, D.C. for top blogs in 2010. Washington Life Magazine named Goff as one of the capital's most influential under 40 residents two years in a row.[5]

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