About Me

Anndee Laskoe is an Emmy Award winning journalist. She spent 16 years working in television news, reporting and anchoring for ABC and CBS affiliate stations in the Coachella Valley. She landed her first TV news job behind the scenes while still in college at the University of Southern California. After receiving a journalism degree from the Annenberg School of Communications at USC, Anndee returned home to the Coachella Valley to work in news full-time.

Her love and knowledge of the desert set her apart and helped to make her one of the most trusted and watched journalists in the local market.  Anndee received the 272nd star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars, making her the youngest recipient to ever set their name in stone. 

She has most recently lent her voice to the Travel Channel series, America Declassified, played the part of a TV reporter for the SyFy Channel movie, Blowing Vegas off the Map and managed the public relations campaigns for Fantasy Springs Resort and the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians.  Her current adventure has her at the helm of video production for the Greater Palm Springs CVB where she is responsible for creating video segments for the agency’s website, social media channels, and YouTube page.

A self-professed homebody, Anndee would rather be at home with her husband   and three boys than anywhere else in the world. Her love of creative storytelling and obsession with the great Dr. Seuss has inspired her to pen dozens of children’s stories that she someday hopes to publish.