Jim Berry is the weeknight Sports Anchor for CBS4 News. He also anchors CBS4’s Miami Dolphin coverage and Sports Rap. 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.
Miami Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin is doing something he doesn’t do often.
Former Miami Dolphins cornerback Don McNeal is now fighting multiple sclerosis.
Former Florida State football player De’Andre Johnson is telling his story for the first time since his arrest for punching a woman in the face at a Tallahassee bar.
Another Florida State University football player is in trouble with the law and he is from Miami.
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Major League Baseball Star Alex Rodriguez was back in Miami and he was looking to do good off the field while the Yankess are in town to take on the Marlins.
Willie Abreu played a big role in the University of Miami’s big win Monday night over Columbia.
At the Metropolitan International School in Wynwood, students learn how to think.
With the newly named Miami Open tennis tournament underway at Crandon Park, some of the sports brightest stars are out to try and de-throne last years champions, Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic.
Mike Pouncey and his identical twin Maurkice have a lot in common. They both play in the NFL. They have both played with Mike Wallace. When it comes to the controversial receiver, the pair apparently share the same views.