Annette Hamm

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Annette Hamm (pronounced Haum) is a Canadian news anchor and reporter. Along with Bob Cowan, she currently co-hosts Morning Live, a three-hour morning show that airs on CHCH-TV in Hamilton, Ontario weekdays from 6am to 9am.[1]

Hamm has been at CHCH since 1986. She graduated from the Mohawk College Broadcast Journalism program, in 1987.[2] Before being named Morning Live co-host in 2005, Hamm was the station's crime reporter and a backup news anchor. She has also covered general assignment and the environmental beat for the station. She previously co-anchored the Noon News before it was cancelled.

Annette was named a 2015 Woman of Distinction (Public Affairs), and is a Paul Harris Fellow. She’s involved with Food 4 Kids, gritLIT (Hamilton’s Literary Festival), the Junior League of Hamilton-Burlington, and the Hamilton Burlington SPCA. Annette is also a group fitness instructor, and teaches out of the YWCA Hamilton.

Back when CHCH was known as ONtv, Hamm hosted a morning news and business program called The Morning Market.

Hamm grew up on a tobacco farm outside of Langton, Ontario and now lives on Hamilton Mountain with her husband and their two adorable cats.

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  1. ^ "Annette Hamm's bio". 
  2. ^ "In Touch" (PDF). Spring 2010. Retrieved 2010-08-30. 

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