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Early life and education[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]
Career[edit | hide | edit source]
Since September 2005, Everett has been a co-host of the channel's news magazine Chronicle. Everett is a fill-in anchor of the channel's local news at 5:00 PM, 5:30 PM, 6:00PM and 11pm weekday newscasts. He joined WCVB in 1989 as a general assignment reporter.
Earlier in his career Everett had been a reporter and anchor of the 6 and 11PM news at WVIT-TV, the NBC affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut. He began his professional broadcasting career at KSPN-TV in Aspen, Colorado where he served initially as a sports reporter, then as anchor and news director during years 1984 to 1987.
Awards[edit | hide | edit source]
- 2003 National Headliner Award for "Breaking News" following his coverage of The Station nightclub fire in West Warwick, RI.
- National Headliner Awards for "Spot News" (twice).
- 2000 "Best Newscast" award from the Massachusetts/Rhode Island Associated Press Broadcasters.
- 2000 "Best Newscaster in Boston" award by The Improper Bostonian magazine.
- 1993 RTNDA "Continuing Coverage" award
- 1991 Associated Press "Continuing Coverage" award.
References[edit | hide | edit source]
- Kandarian, Paul E., "‘Chronicle’ host Everett finds Cohasset a good fit", The Boston Globe, August 22, 2010
- Luna, Emilia, "Television host Anthony Everett credits Tufts with igniting his journalistic career: WCVB−TV host teaches ex−college class at Tufts", The Tufts Daily, Monday, March 7, 2011