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Joy Wang

Joy Wang

September 21, 2017 08:48 PM

Position: Reporter

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Year Hired at KOB: 2016

Other TV jobs/markets/stations: First reporting job was at WILX in Lansing Michigan! Spent time in college interning for Nightly News, KNBC, and KTLA.

Most proud of moment in ABQ: Hiking La Luz my first month in New Mexico. Apparently it’s addicting, but I was too tired to notice. Working on it though!

Favorite thing about New Mexico: All the hike trails. Tent Rocks… rocks!

Hidden Talent: Perfect pitch! I started classical piano training in Kindergarten, but I’m a little rusty now.

Alma Mater: University of Southern California, FIGHT ON!

Favorite things about my family are: Their love, support, and sass. You should see the things they send in our group text.

Height:  5’ 7”

Star Sign: Taurus

Siblings: My younger sister Amy, but I call her LAMEy.

Hobbies: Sleeping, eating, and going on spontaneous adventures.

Favorite Food: Anything my parents make and almost anything fried.

Favorite Sports Team:  USC Trojans and all things LA (except that other school).

Favorite Musician: Thomas Rhett, Sarah Bareilles, and all things acoustic.

Favorite Vacation place or weekend escape:  It’s not where you go, it’s who you’re with!

Favorite quote: “If you’re not living on the edge, then you’re taking up too much space.”

Find me on : Twitter @JoyKOB, Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KOBJoyWang/

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