Angie Moreschi Biography
Angie Moreschi is a skilled American investigative reporter, multimedia journalist, and news anchor who is currently working for WGXA in Macon, Georgia, United States of America, as a national correspondent for Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Moreschi Age| Birthday
How old is Moreschi? She is around 50 years old as of 2023. Her age is currently not available, research is ongoing will update it as soon as it is available.
Angie Moreschi Education
Moreschi graduated from Sto-Rox high school. Afterward, she received her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Angie Moreschi Height|Weight
She stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.
Angie Moreschi Family
Moreschi was born and grew up in McKees Rocks. However, she has not revealed information regarding her family members. This information is under review and will be available soon.
Angie Moreschi Husband|Married
Moreschi is in a happy marriage with her husband Chris Jadick. Her husband is an accomplished journalist and communications executive in his own right. He served as a News Director in Louisville and Tampa. He is currently the Director of Communications for the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority.
Angie Moreschi Children| kids
Moreschi and her husband are blessed with two daughters; Giavanna, who attends Duke University, and Michalina, who attends Boston University. They are both pursuing careers in the medical profession.
Angie Moreschi Career
Moreschi joined Spotlight on America in January of 2023 as National Investigative Correspondent. She is a national award-winning investigative reporter, multimedia journalist, and also a news anchor, with unique experience as a law firm communications director, investigator, consumer advocate, documentary producer, and website/social media manager. Her powerful reporting has changed laws, sent people to jail, and helped transform agencies and entire governments.
Most recently, she has acted as an investigative reporter and anchor at WPXI-TV, the NBC affiliate located in her hometown of Pittsburgh. Through her dedication, Moreschi led to a change in 2022, prompting the start of a new law that compelled the Pennsylvania Turnpike to inform E-ZPass customers about concealed $10 penalty charges that her investigations unveiled. Esteemed lawmakers accepted this accomplishment as a triumph for both consumers and government transparency.
During her time at WTHR in Indianapolis, her reporting on the plight of children in foster care brought about significant change. Her exposés led to the establishment of a new law in Indiana, mandating background checks for all prospective foster parents. Furthermore, her time at WISN in Milwaukee marked her as a trailblazer, being among the first to expose a priest sex abuse scandal in the country. This revelation led to the conviction of a priest who had perpetrated child abuse for decades. Moreschi was also handpicked to cover the trial of notorious serial killer Jeffery Dahmer.
One of the most distinctive aspects of her career came outside of television news. Moreschi was given a role as Communications Director and Investigator for a law firm that focused on whistleblower and consumer advocacy for over a decade. Her time at the James Hoyer Law Firm in Tampa was characterized by close collaboration with ex-federal prosecutors and FBI agents, where her combination of investigative prowess and media expertise proved invaluable. She also uncovered crucial insights for legal cases, made documentaries, and initiated the launch of a consumer-oriented website, showcasing her diverse skill set.
Her work at the firm helped to return millions of dollars to taxpayers and consumers. While working there, Moreschi also hosted and produced a weekly consumer segment called Consumer Wise on Bay News 9 in Tampa and Central Florida News 13 in Orlando, and hosted and produced stories for Smart Health, a magazine-style program on health issues that aired on PBS stations throughout Florida. She is motivated by a deep desire to uncover the truth and tell important stories that impact society and help people.
- 15 Emmys
- A National Headliner
- The Investigative Reporter & Editors Medal
- The Regional Edward R. Murrow award
- The Scripps Howard Finalist award
- The Casey Medal, and dozens of additional regional and local awards.
Her reporting on the nursing home crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic won a prestigious Edward R. Murrow Investigative Reporting Award and the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Award for Outstanding Television Investigative Series.
Angie Moreschi Salary|Net Worth
Moreschi has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which she earns from her career.
Frequently asked questions about Moreschi
Who is Moreschi?
Angie Moreschi is a skilled American investigative reporter, multimedia journalist, and news anchor who is currently working for WGXA in Macon, Georgia, United States of America, as a national correspondent for the Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Is Moreschi Married?
Yes, She is in a happy marriage with her husband Chris Jadick. Her husband is an accomplished journalist and communications executive in his own right. He served as a News Director in Louisville and Tampa. He is currently the Director of Communications for the Tampa Bay Area Regional Transit Authority.
Where does Moreschi Live?
This information is under review and will be available soon.