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

  Charlottesville plans to inspect Dewberry building to ensure safety

  Charlottesville-area ECC working to close staffing shortage

  CHS creates new virtual reality lab

Real estate experts weigh in on positive trends in housing market

  Charlottesville man looks for water bill solutions after city does little to help

  Louisa County Resource Council’s Community Cupboard expands its reach to serve more people

  Albemarle County High School student takes classroom skills to the race track

  Trump’s tariffs impact central Virginia businesses

  Charlottesville man reaches out to City Hall for answers after receiving water bill in the thousands

  Cale Advisory Committee presents formal name change recommendation to Albemarle County School Board

Albemarle County School Board approves design plans for new Boys & Girls Club facility

  2020 General Assembly session underway in Richmond

  Court throws out permit needed for Atlantic Coast Pipeline

  Charlottesville City Council re-elects Nikuyah Walker as mayor; Sena Magill elected as vice mayor

  Gov. Northam unveils criminal justice reform agenda

  Louisa County’s new sheriff talks priorities

  Fluvanna woman comes in contact with rabid dog

  Video by the Lake in Fluvanna County prepares to close in January

  Multiple fire agencies respond to blaze in Louisa County

  Congregation Beth Israel, First Presbyterian Church volunteers spend Christmas serving dinner to the homeless

  Alyssa House in Charlottesville seeks donations to better help area families

  Albemarle supervisors call state to oppose Camp Champion license

  Transit line between Charlottesville and Staunton becoming reality

  Charlottesville’s new city councilors lay out plans for the future

  Albemarle Co. Board of Supervisors discuss stricter leash laws, electric scoots, and Rivanna Solar project

  Charlottesville journalists team up to break down the Jens Soering case in “Small Town, Big Crime” podcast

  Albemarle County Economic Development Authority presents “Broadway Blueprint” plans

  People gather at Champion Brewery’s taproom for an exclusive sneak peek at Selvedge Brewing

  Governor Northam announces major investments in affordable housing for Virginians

  Historical society honors Margaret Martin O’Bryant by naming library after her