Annie Schroeder

Annie Schroeder

Reporter

Charlottesville, Va.

Annie Schroeder joined the NBC29 team as a reporter in June 2018. Annie received a degree in media studies from Radford University.

Annie got her start in journalism during her time at Radford University. She was the executive producer for the university's student-run TV station Radford On Camera (ROC-TV). She was also a reporter and associate managing editor of Radford University's student newspaper The Tartan.

During her college career she also completed 2 internships with WDBJ-7 in Roanoke, Virginia.

Annie was born and raised outside Washington, D.C. and is a die-hard Washington Capitals fan.

When not working you can find her walking on the Downtown Mall with her Corgi puppy, Penny.

Annie is excited to make Charlottesville her new home and to connect with viewers.


Recent Articles by Annie

  Teachers hold car parade for students in Charlottesville

  Va. School for the Deaf and the Blind working to make plan for students

  Performance Signs to print free signs for businesses in need

  Charlottesville restaurants look for continued community support

  Greene County family makes face masks to donate

  Greene County Sheriff’s Office offers prescription pick up

Primary care doctors push for in-car screenings amid COVID-19 concerns

  Charlottesville restaurants look to community for support amid layoffs, closures

  Unemployment spikes amid coronavirus concerns at Virginia Career Works Center

  Meals On Wheels prepares to close amid coronavirus concerns

  UVA doctor weighs in on differences between coronavirus, flu, and allergies

  Charlottesville Area Transit ups cleaning efforts amid COVID-19 concerns

  Fluvanna Co. man donating food to people in need

Charlottesville and Albemarle Co. issue declarations of local emergency

  UVA Infectious disease expert weighs-in on coronavirus

UVA not holding classes on Grounds for ‘foreseeable future’ due to coronavirus concerns

  Water pump project in Fluvanna Co. moves forward despite opposition

Public safety officials prepare for Coronavirus

  New guide helps Greene County students prepare for workforce

Virginia Festival of the Book canceled amid coronavirus concerns

  Albemarle Co. Fire Rescue holds meeting about proposed staffing changes

  Animal therapy nonprofit visits JABA in Albemarle County

  Quirk Hotel opens in Charlottesville

  Louisa County Sheriffs Office hosts bloodhound conference

  Albemarle Supervisors hold budget work session

  Nonprofit works to get voters to the polls on Super Tuesday

  Albemarle Co. man to spend decades behind bars

Albemarle Circuit Court pushes Pancham trial to August

  Charlottesville city manager lays out proposed 2021 budget

Charlottesville-area nonprofit hopes to find permanent home