"The Good News" is about encouragement. Most of the news we see and hear everyday is really negative and quite depressing. Angie Austin reported that news for 22 years and now wants to share the positive things that are happening in our communities. It's sharing stories of hope and victory. Guests on the show are real people who have overcome obstacles in their lives and professionals who can offer advice and help to those struggling with a variety of situations.
Angie is a Colorado native and third generation
graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she earned her
Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication, psychology and
anthropology. Angie worked 7-days-a-week at Boulder Community Hospital
for 7 years to put herself through Fairview High School and college.
Other educational credentials include studies with the Mississippi State
University Broadcast Meteorology program.
Angie Austin worked in TV news for 22 years before making the transition
to radio. Starting in 2001, Angie was the weekday morning anchor of
KWGN's morning show called Daybreak.
Before joining KWGN, Angie worked in Los Angeles and San Diego, CA. She
was morning anchor for XETV-TV (FOX) in San Diego, CA and weather anchor
for KNBC-TV (NBC) in Los Angeles, CA. Angie also worked as an
assignment editor for KNBC-TV (NBC) in Los Angeles, CA, as a segment
producer and assignment editor for nationally syndicated magazine show
EXTRA in Los Angeles, CA, and weather forecaster for
KEYT-TV (ABC) in Santa Barbara, CA.
She now has her own show, called The Good News, every weekday from 1 to 1:30 pm on 670 KLTT. And on sister station 810 KLVZ from 4-5 PM.