Annmarie Fertoli is an Associate Producer at WNYC, working with the afternoon news team to produce All Things Considered.
Before joining the station in 2010, she worked as a news anchor and reporter for WFUV at her alma mater, Fordham University. She's also worked for community newspapers in Queens and on Long Island. Annmarie's interests include culture, veterans’ issues, and mental health. She's contributed pieces to WNYC's Adjusting to Home series, documenting the struggles of returning service men and women. Annmarie has also won awards for her work from the Society of Professional Journalists and Public Radio News Directors, Inc., for her news anchoring and for her documentary, The Beauty of Madness. Follow Annmarie on Twitter @annmariefertoli.
Annmarie Fertoli appears in the following:
Thursday, June 06, 2013
“When you feel yourself getting stronger physically, you feel stronger mentally. You feel empowered, you don’t feel like a victim, now you feel like a victor.”
Friday, May 24, 2013
What started as a green idea to fuel a cross-country trip is now serving as a clean energy source in the Rockaways.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Cicadas are starting to emerge on Staten Island’s south shore.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Homelessness among female veterans is on the rise in the United States, even as the overall rate of homelessness among veterans is going down.
Monday, May 20, 2013
New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver says he is taking new steps to prevent sexual harassment in the legislature, after coming under fire for his handling of complaints against former Brooklyn Assemblyman Vito Lopez, who resigned Monday.
Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is taking the military to task after an annual review showed the number of sexual assaults in the military increased.
Thursday, May 02, 2013
New York is home to thousands of restaurants, but a new crop of cookbooks may inspire you to stay in the kitchen and cook, rather than order takeout.
Monday, April 22, 2013
Could more cameras in New York City help prevent attacks like the one at the Boston Marathon? That's what Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the NYPD is looking into.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
This year's syrup season ran slightly longer than usual, due to a cold March. Here's how to make hay while the sun shines, so to speak.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
A salsa musician and Bronx native is stepping into the fray, in the lead-up to the Venezuelan presidential elections this Sunday. Willie Colon released a song that's criticizing the Nicholas Maduro, the candidate picked by the late Hugo Chavez. The song is called Mentira Fresca, or fresh lie, and is getting lots of attention.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Music video enthusiasts, fashion lovers, and punk rock aficionados: This spring season of museum offerings has something for each of you, from a shoe show, to a punk exhibition, to a retrospective that pays homage to the art of the music video.
Thursday, March 21, 2013
The union representing faculty and staff at the City University of New York opposes an initiative that’s aimed at making it easier for students in the two-year community colleges to transfer to four-year college programs. Union leaders say the curriculum changes, known as Pathways, are too restrictive, and that they water down CUNY’s academic standards.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The MTA says Long Island Railroad trains will be cancelled and re-routed through Friday, all due to a train derailment on Monday night.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The man accused in a fatal hit-and-run that killed an expectant Brooklyn couple and their unborn child is facing additional charges.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
A Senate Subcommittee led by New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is hoping to shed more light on sexual assault in the military. Those testifying at the Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel on Wednesday include advocates for victims of sexual assault as well as members of the military.
Monday, March 11, 2013
From help learning computer skills, to mastering English as a Second Language, the city’s public libraries are playing a bigger role in their communities. That’s the finding of a recent study by the Center for an Urban Future, and it’s also the topic of a symposium the group is hosting at the New York Public Library on 42nd Street on Monday.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
A rally against New York’s newly enacted gun control laws drew one of the largest crowds to the State Capitol in recent decades.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
The Chelsea arts scene is expanding and thriving, even though several galleries flooded and had their collections damaged during Sandy. Dan Duray, of the Observer’s Gallerist page, said the community has bounced back quickly and is experiencing a boom.
Friday, February 22, 2013
The human brain is getting a lot of attention this week, as details emerge about the brain mapping effort President Barack Obama alluded to during his State of the Union address.