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Lynn Marie Berry (born June 30, 1979) currently serves as anchor/correspondent for HLN. Berry anchors Weekend Express on weekend mornings and is a correspondent for Now during the week. Prior to joining HLN Berry was an anchor for NBC News and MSNBC. Berry anchored Early Today on NBC, First Look on MSNBC and newsbreaks on Wake Up With Al on The Weather Channel. Berry occasionally filled in dayside on MSNBC Live and weekends as rotating news anchor on Weekend Today.
Berry joined MSNBC in 2010 from WNBC-TV/News 4 New York where she was a General Assignment Reporter since January 2009. Her final day on MSNBC was December 14, 2012. On January 7, 2013 she did freelance work on Tribune Broadcasting station WPIX co-anchoring the Pix 11 Morning News.
Lynn Berry graduated from Miami University in Ohio where she majored in Mass Communications and wrote for the university newspaper. Following graduation, she interned with the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles. In 2001, she joined the NBC Page Program in Los Angeles and then moved east where she joined the Today Show.
Berry joined WNBC from NBC-owned station WCAU in Philadelphia where she was a general assignment reporter since June 2007. In January 2008 her role was expanded and she was promoted to co-anchor of "NBC 10 Weekend Today" on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Berry was recognized in 2007 with a Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Media Award.
She anchored First Look on MSNBC from 2010 to 2012 and now works at HLN anchoring NOW on weekday afternoons.