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Anne Cassin

Anne Cassin is an Irish journalist and news presenter working for Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ).[1]

Cassin began her broadcasting career working for Dublin pirate radio station Radio Nova in 1982, [2] where she co-presented a nightly news programme, Dublin Today, with Bryan Dobson, later a fellow newscaster on RTÉ. She began presenting radio and television news bulletins for RTÉ in 1998 and has also covered current affairs, politics and sport as a reporter.

Cassin has also presented various non-news programmes including the weekly Dublin-based feature series Capital D for six years, Crimecall and The All Island School Choir Competition.[3] On 20 December 2011, she was named as the new co-presenter of Nationwide, replacing Michael Ryan.[3] Her first Nationwide broadcast occurred on Friday the 13th of January 2012.[4]

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