Ann Nyberg Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, WTNH, Net Worth, Salary and Twitter

Ann Nyberg Biography

Ann Nyberg is an American reporter and anchor who is currently working at WTNH. She is the longest-serving, full-time female news anchor and reporter in Connecticut television history. She has about 40 years in broadcast television. She anchors the 5, 6, 10, and 11 o’clock nightly newscasts, in addition to producing and hosting her own show called “NYBERG.”

Ann Nyberg Age

Nyberg is 64 years old as of 2021. She was born in South Bend Indiana in 1957. She likes to keep her personal life private hence she has not revealed the date or month she was born.

Ann Nyberg Height

Nyberg stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches tall.

Ann Nyberg Family

Nyberg has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Nyberg has any siblings.

Ann Nyberg Husband

Nyberg is married to Mark Mamula who is a medical professor at the Yale School of Medicine. Together the couple is blessed with three daughters and two of them happen to be twins. one of their daughter’s names is Katie Raymo. The couple also has two dogs Henry Watson, a rescued Coon Hound, and Mr. Trip Meeshu, a Golden Retriever.

Ann Nyberg Net Worth

Nyberg has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a reporter and anchor.

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Ann Nyberg Salary

Nyberg earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

Ann Nyberg career

She was inducted into the reputable Silver Circle, which is a privilege given to television professionals who have made significant contributions to their community and to the vitality of the television industry in November 2015. Special recognition was given to television pioneers by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) Boston/New England Chapter. She has made remarkable contributions and has raised the standards to her southern New England community.

In “Connecticut Magazine’s reader’s poll she has been voted “Best News Anchor” for ten years. She was voted as the best TV Anchor in New Haven Living Magazine in 2016. She hosts her own on-air and online show which is called “NYBERG”, which she formed to get people’s stories out to the masses in long format. Twice a week at the 10 p.m. and noon newscasts sections of the show can be viewed. She has been an Emmy award nominee numerous times. Additionally, she has interviewed the most famous and everyday folks, who all have a story to narrate.

Her other highlights include assignments to the Vatican to cover Pope John Paul II and to the communist country of Cuba. During Bazaar Magazine’s 150th anniversary in 2017, she was recognized as a woman of success who pays it forward.

At 8 years her Mother gave her a diary for Christmas which became her starting point in storytelling and ever since she has been storytelling her whole life. In October 2015, her first book “Slices of Life, A Storyteller’s Diary” which was based on her diary was launched. Additionally, in October 2016, she launched her second book, “Remembering Katharine Hepburn: Stories of Wit and Wisdom About America’s Leading Lady” on the legendary Connecticut film actress, Katharine Hepburn.

She attained a degree in journalism from Purdue University and immediately began her journey in broadcast journalism. Before making Connecticut her home she was a television journalist in Oklahoma and India. she founded the Toy Closet Program at Yale-New Haven Hospital in 1993, as she feels strongly about philanthropy. To help ease the trauma, thousands of toys and other items are given to children of all ages.

She is a lover of arts and, is a founding Board of Trustees member of the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. It is the only theater in the world that is named after a four-time Academy Award-winning Connecticut actress.

The third “Spirit of Katharine Hepburn Award.” is yearly given by the Kathrine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center to an individual who embodies the spirit, character, and independence of the legendary four-time Academy Award-winning Connecticut actress.

In 2018, Ann was awarded the third “Spirit of Katharine Hepburn Award.” It is given annually by the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center to an individual who embodies the spirit, independence, and character of the legendary four-time Academy Award-winning Connecticut actress. Others who have been awarded the bronze statue of Ms. Hepburn are legendary talk show host, Academy Award-nominated actress, and  Dick Cavett, Glenn Close.

In the Walter Camp Football Foundation which raises thousands of dollars for charity every year, she is the only honorary female member. Nyberg’s website Network Connecticut spotlights people and places, innovators and entrepreneurs all over the state, and small businesses.

She carries a lot of Connecticut-made goodies to help small businesses push ahead, in her own boutique in Madison, Connecticut called Annie Mame. She named her boutique in tribute to “Auntie Mame”, which happens to be her favorite movie that was released in 1958, and starred Waterbury native, Rosiland Russell.

Ann Nyberg Social Media Platforms

Nyberg is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  She has over19k followers on Twitter, over7k followers on Instagram, and over 7k followers on Facebook.

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