Greek-American icon Ernie Anastos returns to host ‘Positively America’

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One of New York’s most iconic and enduring TV news anchors and a celebrated Greek-American, Ernie Anastos, will host a timely new nationally syndicated TV program, Positively America, featuring uplifting stories and inspiring interviews.

Celebrating decades on New York television, Anastos’ Emmy award-winning career and enthusiastic personality are his signature trademark. Studying at Harvard Business School since leaving the top anchor desk, Anastos is now ready to launch his own television show.

“It’s the right time. My passion has always been to inform, educate and inspire people with a sense of purpose. It’s a strong commitment that now expands to a national audience and I’m very excited,” emphasizes Anastos. The program will be syndicated in association with Gray Television, a leading media company with many top-rated TV stations in 113 markets in the U.S.

Ernie has a distinguished record of bringing pride, honor and respect to the Hellenic community. He is
recognized as a pioneer and role model in broadcasting for Greek American journalists as the first major
market TV news anchor in the U.S. Mr. Anastos is a dedicated servant of the Greek Orthodox Church and a member of the Holy Trinity Church in New Rochelle, New York with his family.

Ernie’s weekly TV show will offer his personal brand of interacting with notable personalities and experts
with new insight and helpful information on today’s lifestyle. Personal celebrity interviews will include singer Marie Osmond, sports legend Bob Costas, Extra TV host Jennifer Lahmers, and many more.

The program will also be interactive capturing videos and comments from people all over the country
connecting with neighborhoods and communities for their positive stories.

“In a world of uncertainty and stressful times, people are searching for more positive information and reassuring voices,” says Anastos.

“Positively America will focus on good things happening in the USA and prove that optimism and hope are paving the way to an even brighter tomorrow.”

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