CBS News has tapped Anne-Marie Green to anchor the network’s early morning newscasts.
Beginning Monday, Green will anchor “Up to the Minute” and “CBS Morning News.” Terrell Brown, who has been anchoring the newscasts since Betty Nguyen left CBS in April, is returning to his role as a correspondent.
Green joins CBS after eight years at KYW, the CBS O&O in Philadelphia where she was a reporter and weekend anchor. Our sister site, TVSpy, has more details.
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ANNE-MARIE GREEN JOINS CBS NEWS AS ANCHOR OF EARLY MORNING NEWS BROADCASTS “UP TO THE MINUTE” AND “CBS MORNING NEWS”
Anne-Marie Green has been named anchor of CBS News’ early morning news broadcasts UP TO THE MINUTE and CBS MORNING NEWS. The appointment is effective Jan. 21.
Green has served as a general assignment reporter at CBS 3 in Philadelphia since 2004. She reported for both CBS 3 and The CW Philly and co-anchored CBS 3’s weekend morning newscasts. While at CBS 3 and The CW Philly, Green covered several local and national stories including the Amish school shooting in 2006 in the Nickel Mines, Pa. community, the 2007 Minneapolis bridge collapse, Super Bowl XXXIX and the 2008 and 2009 World Series. She was awarded the Doris Haire Award in 2007 for her reporting on the growing concern over the high number of C-sections being performed in New Jersey and a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award in 2011 for coverage of a fatal duck boat crash in the Schuylkill River.
From 2001 to 2004, Green was a reporter at CITY-TV in Toronto and anchor of Cable Pulse 24, a broadcast on the station’s 24-hour cable news service. Previously, she was a reporter at CKVR-TV in Barrie, Ontario and Rogers Cable News in Mississauga, Ontario.
Green is a native of Toronto and graduated from the University of Toronto with a bachelor’s degree in English. She also holds a postgraduate degree in journalism from Humber College.
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