A Florida transplant, Greg Angel has come to think of Orlando as his adopted home.

He joined Spectrum News 13 in January 2018 and has covered stories across the state. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Greg also spent time in Michigan, where he began his broadcast career at WSDP radio. He later worked as a reporter for Northern Michigan’s NBC affiliate. He loves how journalism allows him to put complex stories into context and helps people understand the world we live in.

Greg is a multi-award-winning journalist who has covered a multitude of stories, including the 2016 presidential election. Greg was in Orlando in the hours, days, and weeks following the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting, sharing the stories of the people of Orlando and their resilience in the light of tragedy. 

Greg loves to travel, and he loves going different places because of journalism. In the past, Greg has traveled to the Dominican Republic as part of a more than year-long investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Palm Beach tennis pro Darryl Fornatora. He also went to Haugesund, Norway, to see firsthand how fate helped the crew of a Norwegian supply ship to unexpectedly find the boat belonging to missing Jupiter, Florida teens Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen.

Greg believes in being an advocate for the Orlando community by putting the world in context. 

Greg is a graduate of Central Michigan University (Fire Up Chips!) and a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He admits there’s no place he’d rather be living than in Florida, although he loves to travel the world. In his spare time, you’ll likely find him volunteering, riding the coasters at Central Florida’s theme parks, plane-spotting at area airports, or traveling around with his dog, Tucker. Have a story idea or would just like to say hello? Email Greg at gregory.angel@charter.com.