Jim Berry is the main Sports Anchor for CBS4 News. He anchors the weeknight sportscasts, and the station’s extensive Miami Dolphins coverage. During football season, Jim hosts the pre-game show “Dolphins Weekly Live”, and the 5th Quarter post game show.
Jim joined CBS4 in August, 1996 from WBBM-TV, the CBS owned station in Chicago.
In Jim’s first stint in Miami, he was Sports Director at WSVN-TV. His broadcasting career began in news. Jim worked at WBTV in Charlotte, N.C. before moving on to WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C. He was a news reporter and anchor before turning to sports.
Jim is a three time Best of Miami winner, and has won five Emmys. He is also a recipient of the Silver Circle of Excellence award for a distinguished journalism career from the Suncoast chapter of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Jim has been a frequent motivational speaker at schools, and been involved with numerous charities. The Chicago native graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. He is married with two children.
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