Reporter Ingram departs WKRC-TV after almost 14 years
Angela Ingram, an almost 14-year veteran at WKRC-TV, worked her final newscast Wednesday, and will be leaving the station.
Ingram, who joined WKRC-TV in Dec. 2006, was the station’s longest-tenured general assignment reporter. With her departure, Local 12 loses more than 287 combined years of Cincinnati broadcasting experience from its newsroom in three years, far more than any other local TV station.
Ingram wrote on Facebook:
“I just want to thank Cincinnati and the surrounding area for making me feel welcome and loved in your community. Thank you to all of the people who shared their stories with me over the years and trusted me to be fair and do the best job that I could.”
“I started working at Local 12 on December 18, 2006. Today is my last day with the station. I want to thank the producers, reporters, anchors, production crew, engineers, videographers, editors… the people who have become like family to me. This was a hard decision for me. I had a good run… almost 14 years, met amazing people, told stories from the heart. Thank you all, again.”
Ingram came to WKRC-TV after working as a reporter at WSBT-TV for more than 5 years. Prior to that, she was a CN8 news reporter at Comcast and also worked as a reporter at CN8 – The Comcast Network.
She was also a producer/reporter at Tri-State Media Network and a desk assistant at WCAU. She has also worked as a public relations intern at MCI.
Ingram is a B.A. from Temple University and a J.D. in law from Valparaiso University School of Law.