|Other names||Anna Song|
|Education||Parkrose High School, Pepperdine University|
|Occupation||broadcast journalist, News anchor|
|Biography from the KATU website|
Anna Song Canzano is an American broadcast journalist who works at KATU-Television in Portland, Oregon. She previously worked at Los Angeles' ABC NewsOne and held an internship at KABC-TV in Los Angeles.
Canzano has won numerous accolades in her career, including the 2012 Best Investigative Reporting Award from the Oregon Association of Broadcasters. She also received the Edward R. Murrow Award in Investigative Reporting in 2007  for her piece on Jordaan Clarke, who after undergoing successful heart surgery at Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU) hospital as an infant, suffered prolonged oxygen deprivation causing permanent and profound brain damage. Canzano's report revealed that OHSU benefits from rare and unusual protection from the state that caps malpractice damages at $200,000 per incident, a luxury not widely available to other entities in the state of Oregon, according to documents obtained by the reporter.
Canzano, a 14-time regional Emmy Award nominee, won an Emmy Award in 2008 for her piece on the struggle of a homeless high school student. In 2003, Canzano's in-depth coverage of the murder of two Oregon City teenagers, Miranda Gaddis and Ashley Pond, and the investigation into their deaths helped earn KATU an Edward R. Murrow Award for Continuing Coverage. "Casualties of War," a documentary she co-produced and wrote in 2005, was honored with a 1st place Associated Press (AP) award for news writing. Canzano also won 1st place in the 2009 and 2008 Associated Press Awards in the Best Hard News Coverage categories, as well as the 2007, 2006, and 2005 Best Writing category. She has also won 1st place awards in Best Investigative Reporting, documentary and feature categories from the AP.
The Bald-Faced Truth Foundation
In 2009, Anna Song co-founded The Bald Faced Truth Foundation, a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that aims to fund extracurricular activities for kids. The foundation offers grants to children who hope to participate in the areas of arts, music, drama, education, athletics and other enriching extracurricular activities.
In July 2010, she married John Canzano national award-winning sports columnist for The Oregonian and afternoon-drive radio show host at 750AM. Following the marriage, she changed her professional name from Anna Song to Anna Canzano.
- Biography from the KATU website
- Editorial staff (August 4, 2010). "More Engaged Than Bristol And Levi". Willamette Week ("Murmurs" column). p. 6. Archived from the original on 11 August 2010. Retrieved 2010-08-12.