Tony Berlin is a TV reporter, producer as well as an anchor who has been working in the field of broadcasting for more than 15 years.

His impressive resume comprises of employment with major networks and their affiliates such as CNN, CBS, NBC, and ABC.

Berlin graduated with an MA in Journalism from the American University’s Graduate School of Communication and from there he enrolled at Occidental College from which he accomplished his BA in political science.

In addition to that, he also attended Poynter Institute reporting workshop where he graduated in 2002.

Berlin is currently the president and CEO of Berlin Media Relations, an organization that combines the exclusive knowledge of what goes behind-the-scenes of TV with an unprecedented tally of contacts.

As TV is all about putting the right person in the right place at the right time, Berlin Media Relations places an excellent benchmark to the industry as Berlin’s contacts are second to none.

His recent clients have been elated with placements on ABC’s Today Show, Good Morning America, CNBC, FOX News Channel, Fox Business Network, and PBS News hour and print outlets such as THE New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Time Magazine and The Huffington Post.

Prior to his work in public relations, Berlin also worked as a field producer with WCBS-TV in New York City.

He was also a reporter and an anchor for CBS O&O station WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, WSLS-TV NBC in Roanoke, WHIO-TV CBS in Dayton, as well as WJLA-TV ABC in Savannah.

In addition to that, he had worked with NYC office of Minnesota-based PR firm Padilla Speer Beardsley. There, he ran several of the accounts where he focused on media relations and national TV outreach.

Berlin is married to his wife, Harris Faulkner. There are no more details found that is related to his age, and height.

Besides that, he is also active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

  • American
  • 1968/1967
  • TV Reporter
  • Yes
  • Not Disclosed
  • Cindy and Carolina
  • American
  • Harris Faulkner
  • Occidental College
  • WCBS-TV
  • No
  • No
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