Abigail Camilo - NewsCenter 23 Reporter

Abigail Camilo NewsCenter 23 Reporter

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Abigail Camilo was born in New York City and raised in Albany, NY.
She started her career while in high school, where she joined the speech and debate team and would anchor the morning announcements on screen. At the age of 16, she attended Reading Area Community College (RACC), where she was awarded the Communications Internship Award for Students of Color by CUPRAP—The Association of Communicators in Education.
While at RACC Abigail was heavily involved in the RACC leadership programs and interned at the local public broadcasting television station, BCTV in Pennsylvania, After receiving her Associates Degree in Communications she continued her education at Temple University where she was involved in Temple University Television (TUTV) where she was able to anchor/report, write, produce, direct, edit, and work behind the scenes on Temple’s Update Now and student-run television show. Not only was Abigail involved in TUTV, but she was also involved in Temple University’s swim team and radio station, We Have Infinite Potential (WHIP). In Philadelphia, Abigail interned at Telemundo where she was able to use her bilingualism to host commercials/interviews, produce shows, transcribe material, and manage the events website.

In May, 2012 Abigail graduated from Temple University with a degree in Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media with a minor in English.

The day before graduation Abigail was hired as a Production Assistant at NBC 10 WCAU-TV in Philadelphia which is America’s 4th largest media market. There she worked on the assignment desk and helped cover various stories such as the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse trial, the 2012 Summer Olympics, the 2012 Presidential Election, and Hurricane Sandy.

Abigail enjoys playing sports she is a 3 time National Karate Champion and loves Karate, Taekwondo, and Soccer.
She also loves to travel and go to the beach.

Abigail is excited to join the KVEO news team as a Reporter.
If you have a story idea for Abigail, feel free to email her at
abigailcamilo@kveo.com .