Since coming to the Nine Network in 2000, Anne-Marie Berger has helped create some of Nine’s most popular programs, including the national documentary series “Homeland: Immigration in America” and local favorites “Living St. Louis, “Donnybrook”, and “Staytuned”.
Anne-Marie began her career at WYES-TV, a PBS member station in New Orleans. She has received nine Mid-America Emmy® awards and a National Association of Black Journalist Salute to Excellence Award. She currently serves as the Executive Vice-President and the Awards Co-Chair for the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (EMMY).
A St. Louis native, she attended St. Joseph’s Academy and graduated with her B.A. from Loyola University in New Orleans. She went on to earn a master’s degree in Media Communications from Webster University and now resides in Clayton with her husband and two daughters.