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Marina Moore is the co-anchor of CTV News Northern Ontario's 6 p.m. newscast and also anchors the late show at 11:30.
Marina was born and raised in North Bay where she graduated from St. Joseph-Scollard Hall and later moved on to post-secondary education at Canadore College. Marina is a proud graduate of the Print/Broadcast Journalism program, taking home the award for most promising on-air personality.
Fresh out of college, Marina began her career with CTV News Northern Ontario in 2011 in our Timmins bureau as a video journalist. She also spent time reporting in Sudbury and in her hometown of North Bay.
Reporting all around the North, Marina was on the scene of several major stories for our region including Timmins Fire 9 and the Muskoka flooding. Marina is also well known for her time as Weather Specialist for CTV News Northern Ontario, where she met and connected with viewers around the north.
In August 2016, Marina was named the co-anchor of CTV News Northern Ontario's 6 p.m. newscast and anchor of the 11:30 p.m. newscast.
When she's not working, Marina enjoys getting out and enjoying nature, travelling, gardening and spending time with her family and friends in North Bay.
LOCAL, IMMEDIATE, SERIOUS, WEATHER and CONNECTED - these key words drive the CTV Northern Ontario brand. CTV Northern Ontario is committed to producing timely, relevant and accurate news for the north. With 11 experienced photojournalists based at stations in Timmins, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury, CTV is committed to producing timely, relevant, accurate "news for the north".
Our flagship CTV News at Six is among the highest rated CTV newscasts in the country. CTV has a long history of producing strong ratings throughout its programming lineup.
CTV’s mandate is to ensure our viewing audience is reflected in the diversity of our programming and our people. CTV Northern Ontario maintains a strong commitment to the Aboriginal community through active engagement in sponsorship, news coverage, and community building.
Deeply rooted and committed to the hundreds of communities we serve; CTV Northern Ontario strives to make tangible contributions by playing an active role in community growth and development. This long-standing tradition is exemplified through the continuation of Canada’s longest running telethon for children who are less fortunate.
CTV is committed to the future, nurturing the development of broadcasters, writers, filmmakers, and the producers of tomorrow through the program development fund, internships and bursaries. CTV Northern Ontario is proud to be a part of the lives of Northerners for over 60 years.