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Anthony Amey

Anthony Amey

Anthony Amey is an Emmy Award-winning sports broadcaster with over two decades of experience.

Anthony is a native of Washington, DC and began his broadcasting journey as a 17-year-old work study student at WTTG-TV in his hometown. Winning the Emma Bowen Foundation scholarship offered him the chance to be part of the work study program and learn every nuance of the local television business starting the summer before his senior year of high school. The program ran through the winter prior to his college graduation.

Less than one week after graduation, Anthony put all that he learned to use, as he began his on-air career at WDAM-TV in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where he honed his craft for eighteen months.

Next up was a nearly two-year stint at WPMI, the NBC affiliate in Mobile, Alabama, where Anthony won Associated Press Best Sports Anchor honors for the year 2000.

The next stop on the journey was Sacramento, California, where he worked for more than two years. He was fortunate enough to cover one of the epic NBA playoff series of the last century, the Kings vs Los Angeles Lakers epic 7-game Western Conference Finals as well as all seven games of the 2002 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and then-Anaheim Angels.

At the age of 27, Anthony made the trek cross-country, returning to the East Coast to work for the Worldwide Leader in Sports, ESPN for four years.

After a brief stop as a freelancer at the place where he began it all, WTTG in Washington, Anthony spent nine years as a sports anchor/reporter at WSB-TV, the #1 station in Atlanta and at times, the #1 affiliate in the entire country, where he was part of an Emmy-winning Monday Night Football pregame show in 2010.

Anthony is married to his college sweetheart, and they have two sons. 

Station: n/a
Market: Atlanta
Positions: Sports, Anchor
Experience: Experienced
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