|Born||September 21, 1971|
|Notable credit(s)||Up to the Minute (Main anchor)
CBS Morning News (Main anchor)
Anne-Marie Green (born September 21, 1971) is a news anchor for CBS on American television.
Green began her career as a reporter for CKVR-TV in Barrie and at Rogers Cable News in Mississauga, both located in Ontario. She was a news anchor in Toronto since June 2001 with CITY-TV, and also anchored at CablePulse 24, a 24-hour cable news channel servicing the greater Toronto area.
Green joined KYW-TV (CBS 3) in October 2004 as a general assignment reporter, where she was also a co-anchor for Sunday morning newscasts alongside Ben Simoneau. In October 2012, she became a substitute anchor for CBS News Up to the Minute.
- "Anne-Marie Green". cbsnews.com. 23 July 2013. Retrieved 2015-09-16.
- Knox, Merrill (18 January 2013). "Anne-Marie Green Joins CBS News as Early Morning Anchor". AdWeek TVNewser. Adweek. Retrieved 2015-09-16.
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- Philadelphia Inquirer: "How about Philly's young black men, Mayor Nutter?" by John Featherman July 15, 2013
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