In his capacity as Chief National Correspondent at FOX News, Jim Angle has reported on the most important domestic issues of the day. After a stellar journalistic career and many years at one of the most prominent news organizations on television, Jim Angle retired from FOX News, where he’d been reporting since 1996. Previously, Angle was FOX News' Chief Washington Correspondent and Senior White House correspondent, reporting on all presidential activities both nationally and internationally. Jim also worked for CNN, was the chief Economics Correspondent for ABC News, and three years as anchor and managing editor of "Marketplace" on public radio. Today, Jim Angle is one of the most requested media speakers available.
Jim has received numerous honors and awards for his reporting. He has been honored twice with the Merriman Smith Memorial Award, awarded by the White House Correspondents' Association, for outstanding presidential news coverage under deadline pressure in the category for broadcast journalism. The media speaker has also received the "Excellence in Financial Journalism Award" twice for his reporting on economic issues on "Nightline" in 1994 and 1995.
"One of the most fair, incisive, and informed investigative reporters on the Washington scene." - Renowned columnist Nat Hentoff
Previously, Angle served as FNC's chief Washington correspondent reporting on overall political news from Washington, D.C., as well as broader issues, including social security, healthcare, energy, and tax reform. Prior to this position, Angle served as the network's chief White House correspondent. In this capacity, he was responsible for reporting on presidential activities nationally and internationally.
Prior to joining FNC, he was a correspondent at CNN, covering politics and the economy. Before that, he served as a correspondent for ABC News, reporting on economic policy and contributing to "World News Tonight," "Nightline" and "Good Morning America."
Before joining ABC News, the media speaker worked in public radio for 18 years. He anchored the popular national program "Marketplace," a daily half-hour program on money and business on NPR. He spent seven years as National Public Radio's senior White House correspondent, covering both the Reagan and Bush administrations as well as anchoring All Things Considered and Morning Edition.
Jim Angle is often requested as moderator or panelist for important public policy debates. In May 2009 at the University of Virginia’s famed Miller Center for Public Affairs, Jim moderated a debate on “America's Energy Future and its dependency on carbon-based fuels."
Debaters included: John Podesta, President, Center for American Progress; former White House Chief of Staff (1998–2001); James Woolsey, former Director of Central Intelligence (1993–95), Christine Todd Whitman, Co-chair of CASEnergy Coalition; former EPA Administrator (2001–03) and former Governor of New Jersey (1994–2001) and Karen Harbert, President and Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for 21st Century Energy.
Jim is on the board of directors of Best Bottle, a wine-travel and multi-platform wine show that also has a wine club with nothing but boutique wines. Jim also serves on the board of directors for the Lung Cancer Alliance.
“Jim Angle should be the most in demand speaker in America. He was BRILLIANT! He has the greatest stories…. And they’re fresh…. You never heard them anywhere before. You couldn’t ask for a better speaker. He mesmerizes people. He’s so funny…..I don’t know how he lives with himself!
"Jim Angle was brilliant! His mix of political satire combined with real life experiences kept the audience looking for more, which is the mark of an incredible speaker."
"Jim Angle was the best speaker that I've heard in years! He was very entertaining. He has a unique advantage on viewing world events that he was able to share with us."
"Jim Angle was a hoot. I could have sat another hour and listened to him. What a great speaker!It's very important to understand the dynamic of the political process and both speakers were great in presenting the 'facts' in a useful and enjoyable format."