Madison J. Gray, Time.com
Early on in my career I saw Angelo's keen skill as a journalist, then later on as a leader on both the local and national level.
Angelo has a clear view of where this industry is, and isn't ready to give up on the craft. Instead he feels we should be going in a new direction of empowerment and innovation.
If this field is to survive, that is how it will be done and Angelo will be one of the leaders to show us the way.
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