About Paul Berry & Associates, LLC
Paul Berry is one of Washington’s most respected and recognized journalists. To many viewers and listeners, he is known as much by his voice as by his face. After more than thirty years as a television news reporter and anchor, Paul returned to the microphone as a nationally syndicated weekly radio talk show host on the Radio America Network. He recently did his 300th Home & Family Finance show which is also carried worldwide on the American Forces Radio Network.
As an award-winning journalist, Paul was honored by two D.C. Mayors who proclaimed both November 12th 1982 and February 15th 1994 as “Paul Berry Day in the District of Columbia”. His countless community service awards include multiple journalistic Emmy awards from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the most coveted Peter Hackes Memorial Award from RTNDA, and the honor of receiving the Humanitarian Award from the National Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Leadership Conference.
Paul currently serves on the boards of Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., the Avalon Theatre in Easton, Maryland, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland, and the YMCA of the Eastern Shore. He is past president of the Chesapeake Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and currently serves as a commissioner for Maryland Public Television (MPT).
- Senior Anchor ABC-7 Washington, D.C.
- Weekend Anchor & Reporter ABC-7 Detroit, Michigan
- Military Service, USAF
- DoD Information School (DINFOS)
- Armed Forces Radio & Television Services (AFRTS) South Viet Nam
- Nationally Syndicated Radio Show Host