Anna Maria Tremonti

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Anna Maria Tremonti (born July 2, 1957) is a Canadian radio and television journalist, who has been featured on a variety of programs on the CBC.

She has served as a senior reporter for The National, where she won two Gemini Awards, and a host of The Fifth Estate, where she won a Gracie Award.[1] Since 2002, she has hosted CBC Radio One morning news and current affairs program The Current.

Born in Windsor, Ontario, she began her journalism career at the University of Windsor student newspaper, The Lance, and the university's radio station, CJAM.

Her later experiences included private broadcasting contracts in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia and Toronto before serving with the CBC in Fredericton, Halifax, Edmonton, Ottawa and Toronto. She also worked as a CBC correspondent in Europe, and was for several years the chief CBC correspondent in the Middle East.


  1. ^ Electric Current Archived May 2, 2014, at the Wayback Machine., by Marianne Delija, at the Ryerson Review of Journalism; published June 2004; retrieved May 1 2014

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