As a lifelong broadcast journalist, Ann Nyberg has been a trusted name in the news. For more than 30 years, Ann Nyberg has worked as a television news anchor and reporter. She has spent the last 20 years plus years as a story teller at WTNH-TV in New Haven, Connecticut. With her family, she makes the nutmeg state her home.
Emmy-nominated for her work as an anchor and a reporter (and voted "Best News Anchor" in Connecticut Magazine reader's poll from 1998 through 2007), Ms. Nyberg is also a social media maven, building community virtually and in real time. Not only does she bring integrity and dedication to the job, she also feels very strongly about reaching out to the community.
Ms. Nyberg is involved with countless organizations around the state and enjoys lending a helping hand wherever it's needed.
She didn’t start off in communication; at Purdue University, she started out as a business major. But growing up in South Bend, Ind., her first love had always been writing.
To be in broadcast journalism, says Nyberg, “You have got to have it in your blood and in your bones.” She's also kind enough to help others who find her newsworthy and need a good interview with a "name" television professional. We salute you, "Annie Mame"!!
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