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Jamie Gangel is a television reporter in the United Statesmarker. She became a national correspondent for the NBC News' Today show in February 1992. Since joining NBC News in 1983 as a general assignment and political correspondent based in Washington, DCmarker, Gangel has been a frequent contributor to NBC Nightly News, Today, and Sunday Today.

Biography

Gangel was born and raised in New York Citymarker. She graduated with a B.S. degree from Georgetown Universitymarker's Edmund A.marker Walsh School of Foreign Servicemarker in 1977. She also attended Harvard Universitymarker in 1976, where she studied international economics.

Gangel began her career in broadcast journalism in 1978 as an assignment editor for WJLA-TVmarker in Washington, DC. At the same time, she worked for all-news radio station WTOP, the CBS affiliate in the nation's capital. In 1982, she joined television station WPLG-TV in Miamimarker as a general assignment reporter and substitute anchor.

Gangel won the 1981 Associated Press Award for Best Spot News Coverage for her story on the closing of the Washington Star. She was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1982 for her investigative report on a political pollster.

Gangel provided some of the first reports of the September 11th attacks from New York.

Gangel is married to author Daniel Silva.

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