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Matt Dangelantonio is a producer for AirTalk with Larry Mantle and FilmWeek on KPCC.
Before coming to KPCC in 2014, Matt was a producer, reporter, and host with Cox Media Group in Jacksonville, Florida, where he covered daily top stories, severe weather, and breaking news for News 104.5 WOKV-FM on radio and Action News Jax on television. Matt was also a stringer for the NFL Network on Sirius XM, covering the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars home games during the 2012 regular season. He and his work have been featured on NPR, AP Radio News, Fox News Radio, and HLN as well as various local radio and TV affiliates.
Matt fell in love with radio as a student at Syracuse University, first as an on-air music DJ and eventually as Program Director at WJPZ-FM 89.1. He was also a part-time general assignment reporter for WSYR AM 570 & 106.5 FM, covering breaking news and local stories in the greater Syracuse area as well as providing analysis and commentary during pre and post-game shows for Syracuse men’s basketball and football. He graduated in 2011 with a degree in broadcast and digital journalism and a minor in Spanish.
Matt is a native of New Hampshire and a proud New Englander, though he loves his new home in Southern California. In his spare time, Matt enjoys doing CrossFit, playing guitar, board and video games, exploring L.A.'s amazing food scene and trying all the craft beer California has to offer, catching any games he can involving his beloved Patriots, Red Sox or Syracuse Orange, and exploring the West Coast and the world with his wife and their German Shepherd, Hazel.
Stories by Matt Dangelantonio
More than half of California’s recycling centers have closed in the past six years, creating a crisis for recycling in the state.
Outside of Detroit, there is no American city more associated with cars than Los Angeles.
On Saturday night, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck sent shockwaves through the sports world when the news broke that he would be retiring in advance of this season, which officially gets underway next Thursday.
It was 1968, and Elvis Presley had hit a rough patch.
Director, Subject Of New Biopic “Brian Banks” On How Their Individual Tragedies Led Them To Make A Movie Together
Brian Banks seemingly had it all figured out.
Talks between Lakers, Pelicans over all-star Anthony Davis heat up as Thursday’s NBA trade deadline looms
The Los Angeles Lakers already made the biggest splash of the NBA offseason when they signed LeBron James, and now they’re working to land themselves the biggest trade of the NBA season so far, as they are among the top suitors for New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis.
If you’ve ever woken up after a night of revelry and heavy drinking with a throbbing head, churning stomach, and a general distaste for being awake, you’ve probably also wished that there was some kind of hangover cure.
Open the pod bay doors, HAL: 50 years later, analyzing the impact of Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ on the sci-fi genre
“I’m sorry, Dave. I’m afraid I can’t do that.”
As the state of California works to mitigate a crippling housing crisis, a package of bills is working its way through the legislature that aims to move forward on several solutions to the problem.
A Republican congressional candidate in Montana has found himself in the spotlight on election day for all the wrong reasons, charged with misdemeanor assault after he allegedly slammed a journalist to the ground and broke his glasses on the eve of the special election.
Los Angeles City Councilmembers recently voted unanimously to approve the construction of a $483 million office tower at the site currently occupied by the Parker Center, which once housed the Los Angeles Police Department.
President Trump’s transition team staff met ahead of the inauguration to plan federal bureaucracy cuts — including eliminating funding for the arts and privatizing funding for public broadcasting.
On January 16, Councilmember Mike Bonin introduced a motion for the city to publicly finance local elections in Los Angeles.
The use of jailhouse informants to help prosecutors convict criminals is in the spotlight in Southern California after the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday that it would open an investigation into the Orange County District Attorney's Office and Sheriff's Department.
Many immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally are wondering what the future holds for them and their families.