Melanie Nagy is the Vancouver Bureau Chief for CTV National News with Lisa LaFlamme.
Prior to joining CTV News in November 2012, Nagy spent four years with CBC News Vancouver as a television reporter before heading to CBC National News, based out of St. John’s and later, Toronto.
Nagy’s journalism career has taken her across Canada and throughout the world. In 2007, Melanie travelled to Vietnam and Cambodia for a special news project. While there, she was a video journalist covering stories such as the fate of the Mekong River Dolphin, the struggles of Cambodia’s land mine victims, and the aftermath of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
Upon her return to Canada, Nagy covered several headline stories including the Cougar 491 crash, Hebron Oil announcement, the Russell Williams hearing, and the Royal Wedding of William and Kate.
Nagy started her journalism career at CKNW Radio in Vancouver as a reporter and producer.
A native of the West Coast, Nagy is happy to be home catching up with family and friends, enjoys travel and has recently taken up sky-diving.
Nagy has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature and Political Science and also studied Broadcast Journalism at BCIT.