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Ana Garcia

Investigative Reporter

Channel 4

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Channel 4

124 Horseferry Road

London, Greater London,SW1P 2TX

United Kingdom

Company Description

Channel 4 is a publicly owned, commercially funded, not-for-profit public service broadcaster and has a remit to be innovative, experimental and distinctive. Its public ownership and not-for-profit status ensure all profit generated by its commercial activity ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Investigative Reporter

NBC Los Angeles


Consumer Reporter

Facebook


Anchor - Reporter

KNBC


Desk Assistant

WABC-TV


Action News Reporter

WPVI


Affiliations

Good News Foundation

Board Member


The Good News Foundation

Board Member


Entertainment Industry Development Corporation

Board Member


Los Angeles Press Club

Board Member


Education

New York

St. John's University


Bachelor of Arts degree

Communication

St. John's University


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Rethinking AIDS Related Articles: The AIDS Controversy

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Channel 4's Anna Garcia has this woman's extraordinary and, yes, controversial story.
Anna Garcia: The sounds of a normal family, living in a comfortable home in the suburbs of Los Angeles. Garcia: That was nine years ago. Garcia: Maggiore will take any opportunity to spread her message. Garcia: Her book, What If Everything You Thought You Knew About AIDS Was Wrong?, has sold 28,000 copies, including editions in German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. In it, she outlines her research: why she thinks HIV tests are meaningless, and why she doesn't buy into the HIV equals AIDS equals death paradigm. Her theories are resonating among many in the audience at this concert, called "Rock the AIDS Establishment." Garcia: The Centers for Disease Control call this alternative AIDS viewpoint a "hoax" and a "rumor. Garcia: Maggiore lives the lifestyle she preaches. Her son was conceived naturally, and she gave birth without drugs routinely given to prevent transmission of the AIDS virus. Garcia: Her husband, Robin Scovill, supported Maggiore's decision 100 percent. Garcia: While this approach is considered controversial, this family says it works for them. Garcia: Anna Garcia, Channel 4 News.


NBC Los Angeles news anchors - Los Angeles, California

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Ana GarciaAnchor/ReporterVeteran journalist Ana Garcia is an award-winning investigative reporter for the "Channel 4 News" and currently also anchors the 6 p.m. News.She rejoined NBC4 in January 2003 after taking a break from journalism to work on a congressional campaign and in city government.In 2002, Garcia served as Communication Director for Los Angeles City attorney Rocky Delgadillo.Garcia first joined KNBC in February of 2000 and later anchored for the station starting in August 2000.She co-anchored the station's "Mid-Day Report" and also worked as a general assignment reporter with an emphasis on investigative and political stories.Before departing the station in April 2001 to pursue a career in the political arena, Garcia broke a major story about unethical campaign contributions to elected officials who sat on the board of the Entertainment Industry Development Corporation (EIDC).Her exclusive story led to an ongoing eighteen-month investigation by the Los Angeles District Attorney's office.As result of the story, the head of the EIDC resigned after the District Attorney issued search warrants on the organization.Her recent investigative work has earned her a number of awards, including a local area Emmy Award for Best Hard News Reporter, numerous Golden Mike and Edward R. Murrow Awards.She was also the recipient of an Associated Press Award for Best Investigative Series in California.Garcia wrote, directed and anchored a documentary entitled, "So Why Is This So Important?"which takes a close look at local news in Los Angeles and exposes important areas that don't receive much coverage.The documentary premiered at the Los Angeles International Shorts Festival in October 2001.Garcia began her news career as a desk assistant for WABC-TV in New York and spent almost 11 years working for Capital Cities/ABC.She covered political and social issues for New Jersey Public Television before moving on to WPVI in Philadelphia, then to KGO and next to KABC as a weekend anchor and reporter.Garcia was raised in Queens, New York and is a graduate of St. John's University in New York where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication.Garcia lives in Los Angeles with her family.Copyright 2007 by KNBC.com and KNBC (NBC4 Los Angeles).All rights reserved.


NBC 4 - Talent Biographies - Ana Garcia

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Ana GarciaAnchor/ReporterEmail This Story | Print This StoryVeteran journalist Ana Garcia is an award-winning investigative reporter for the "Channel 4 News" and currently also anchors the 6 p.m. News.She rejoined NBC4 in January 2003 after taking a break from journalism to work on a congressional campaign and in city government.In 2002, Garcia served as Communication Director for Los Angeles City attorney Rocky Delgadillo.Garcia first joined KNBC in February of 2000 and later anchored for the station starting in August 2000.She co-anchored the station's "Mid-Day Report" and also worked as a general assignment reporter with an emphasis on investigative and political stories.Before departing the station in April 2001 to pursue a career in the political arena, Garcia broke a major story about unethical campaign contributions to elected officials who sat on the board of the Entertainment Industry Development Corporation (EIDC).Her exclusive story led to an ongoing eighteen-month investigation by the Los Angeles District Attorney's office.As result of the story, the head of the EIDC resigned after the District Attorney issued search warrants on the organization.Her recent investigative work has earned her a number of awards, including a local area Emmy Award for Best Hard News Reporter, numerous Golden Mike and Edward R. Murrow Awards.She was also the recipient of an Associated Press Award for Best Investigative Series in California.Garcia wrote, directed and anchored a documentary entitled, "So Why Is This So Important?"which takes a close look at local news in Los Angeles and exposes important areas that don't receive much coverage.The documentary premiered at the Los Angeles International Shorts Festival in October 2001.Garcia began her news career as a desk assistant for WABC-TV in New York and spent almost 11 years working for Capital Cities/ABC.She covered political and social issues for New Jersey Public Television before moving on to WPVI in Philadelphia, then to KGO and next to KABC as a weekend anchor and reporter.Garcia was raised in Queens, New York and is a graduate of St. John's University in New York where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication.Garcia lives in Los Angeles with her family.


NBC 4 - Investigations - Ana Garcia

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Ana GarciaAnchor/ReporterEmail This Story | Print This StoryVeteran journalist Ana Garcia is an award-winning investigative reporter for the "Channel 4 News" and currently also anchors the 6 p.m. News.She rejoined NBC4 in January 2003 after taking a break from journalism to work on a congressional campaign and in city government.In 2002, Garcia served as Communication Director for Los Angeles City attorney Rocky Delgadillo.Garcia first joined KNBC in February of 2000 and later anchored for the station starting in August 2000.She co-anchored the station's "Mid-Day Report" and also worked as a general assignment reporter with an emphasis on investigative and political stories.Before departing the station in April 2001 to pursue a career in the political arena, Garcia broke a major story about unethical campaign contributions to elected officials who sat on the board of the Entertainment Industry Development Corporation (EIDC).Her exclusive story led to an ongoing eighteen-month investigation by the Los Angeles District Attorney's office.Garcia wrote, directed and anchored a documentary entitled, "So Why Is This So Important?"which takes a close look at local news in Los Angeles and exposes important areas that don't receive much coverage.The documentary premiered at the Los Angeles International Shorts Festival in October 2001.Garcia began her news career as a desk assistant for WABC-TV in New York and spent almost 11 years working for Capital Cities/ABC.She covered political and social issues for New Jersey Public Television before moving on to WPVI in Philadelphia, then to KGO and next to KABC as a weekend anchor and reporter.Garcia was raised in Queens, New York and is a graduate of St. John's University in New York where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication.Garcia lives in Los Angeles with her family.


NBC 4 - Talent Biographies

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Ana GarciaVeteran journalist Ana Garcia is an award-winning investigative reporter for the "Channel 4 News."


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