|Full Name Natasha Zouves|
|Occupation Broadcast Journalist|
|Title Anchor, Reporter KGO-TV|
Education University of Southern California
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- Early life
- Years at the University of Southern California
- Professional career
- Social media
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Zouves grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. She and her family have been profoundly touched by her brother having autism. In her high school journalism class, she was inspired by the phrase: "Journalism gives voice to the voiceless."
Years at the University of Southern California
Zouves attended the University of Southern California. She was a Renaissance Scholar and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, with a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Health Promotion & Disease Prevention. As a student at USC, she was part of Annenberg TV News. She also interned for the show Entertainment Tonight.
Zouves worked at San Diego's KGTV (10News-ABC) from 2013 to late in the summer of 2015, as both a reporter and an anchor. In July 2015 she was hired to work as a reporter and anchor for San Francisco's KGO-ABC7 News. She began working for this news organization in September 2015, and is currently employed as a reporter and morning anchor. She worked as an anchor doing the weekend newscasts when she first arrived at ABC7 News. She and Reggie Aqui started anchoring the morning show on December 21, 2015.
Zouves is very involved with and understands how social media is now a major part of being an anchor and reporter. "I live and breathe social media..." she has said. In an interview she mentioned how "Social media and the web is such a big part of what we do." She uses Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to both provide people with more access to the news and also so she can keep in touch with the community. She is involved in the community and has participated and served as an MC in many events, such as kicking off the March of Dimes March for Babies walk in San Francisco.
In 2012, Zouves won two Hearst Awards: one in TV Feature Reporting and one in Enterprise Writing. In 2015, she received an Emmy for coverage of the conclusion of an emotional Amber Alert in San Diego.
In November 2014, while covering a story, a crash occurred right behind her as the cameras were rolling. Fortunately, it was only a fender bender and she was startled for only a moment.