Ann Nyberg is WTNH New Haven’s longest serving Anchor/Reporter in station history. Ann anchors the 6 and 10 o’clock nightly newscasts. What really gets her going is breaking news, unscripted, rock-and-rolling, by the the seat of your pants reporting.
Nyberg, nominated for multiple Emmys, has interviewed some of the country’s greatest broadcasters, including the late Walter Cronkite and Peter Jennings. Other highlights include assignments to the communist country of Cuba and to the Vatican to cover Pope John Paul II. She’s also moderated senatorial and gubernatoral live televised debates.
Ann has been voted “Best News Anchor” for a decade in “Connecticut Magazine’s reader’s poll. Nyberg’s website Network Connecticut.com, spotlights people and places all over the state. Nyberg believes in connecting to her community and does that off the desk through Facebook and Twitter. You can find her at Ann Nyberg on Facebook and@AnnNyberg on Twitter. More info»
James T. Powers first developed a life-long love of history while growing up in the old industrial town of Wallingford, Connecticut where he came to realize that the past was all around us and that by connecting to it we could come to better understand who we are. Following graduation from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, James committed himself to a career of sharing that love through the teaching of history.
Over the years, his interests and expertise have expanded to include local archeology and the study of New England Colonial architecture both which he teaches at Guilford High School in Guilford, Connecticut. Besides a BA, James has also received two Masters Degrees from Wesleyan University. His first book, Saving the Farm; A Journey through Time, Place, and Redemption is a product of his passion for the past. James and his wife Rita live in an 18th Century home in Durham, Connecticut that they are currently restoring and on Prince Edward Island, Canada.