Ari AngeloWUSF-USF Zimmerman Rush Family Digital News intern
Born in Tampa, I have fond memories of sitting in the passenger seat of my dad’s truck tuning in to WUSF when I was a kid. Now, it’s become the station my car radio is almost always set to, and it’s an honor to learn from the professionals I’ve listened to for years.
As a longtime listener of NPR, I was excited to see an opening from a station that helped raise and educate me. Being more familiar with video editing, I enjoy the challenge of losing the visual and purely relying on sound to get a story across to listeners.
I am currently pursuing my B.A. in Mass Communications with a focus in Broadcast Program & Production at the University of South Florida. I love to be behind the scenes working collaboratively with any team that will have me.
I plan on using this experience to become a better reporter while serving my community and strengthening my production skill set.
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