Anne Husted

Series Publicity Manager

Anne (Annie) Husted serves as FRONTLINE’s primary press and communications contact, overseeing traditional publicity efforts and media relations for the series. A member of FRONTLINE’s audience engagement team, Annie works closely with FRONTLINE’s producers to ensure that FRONTLINE’s journalism is seen, read and heard by existing and new audiences. Managing both internal and external communications for the series, Annie has worked on the promotional rollout of over 80 documentaries in her time at FRONTLINE. Annie joined the series as a summer intern in 2014 and was then brought on part time as the series’ communications assistant, and then as the series’ audience engagement specialist.

Annie graduated Magna Cum Laude from the College of Communication at Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication, concentrating in Public Relations. While studying at Boston University, she wrote briefly for The Daily Free Press and was writer and editor for Her Campus.

Languages Spoken:

English

Location:

Boston, MA

"Once Upon a Time in Iraq" Wins an Overseas Press Club Award
FRONTLINE’s "Once Upon a Time in Iraq" has been honored with the OPC's Peter Jennings Award for best TV, video or documentary about international affairs.
April 8, 2021
"America's Medical Supply Crisis" Wins an IRE Award
"America’s Medical Supply Crisis" — FRONTLINE's investigation with The Associated Press and the Global Reporting Centre — has been honored with an IRE Award.
April 5, 2021
FRONTLINE Podcasts Nominated for Four Inaugural Ambies Awards
FRONTLINE Podcasts were honored with four Ambies Award nominations — one for "The FRONTLINE Dispatch" and three for our collaborative series with BBC "I'm Not A Monster" — as a part of the Podcast Academy’s inaugural Awards for Excellence in Audio.
March 5, 2021
FRONTLINE Wins 2021 duPont-Columbia Award for “For Sama”
"For Sama," the FRONTLINE documentary in collaboration with Channel 4, Channel 4 News and ITN Productions, has been honored with a 2021 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award.
February 9, 2021
Acclaimed Documentary “A Thousand Cuts” to Premiere on FRONTLINE (PBS) Jan. 8, Chronicling Journalist Maria Ressa’s Fight for Press Freedom in the Philippines
On January 8, 2021, FRONTLINE (PBS) will present the U.S. broadcast premiere of "A Thousand Cuts," the 2020 Sundance Film Festival documentary about the crackdown on the press in the Philippines.
January 4, 2021
Three FRONTLINE Documentaries Named 2021 duPont-Columbia Award Finalists
Three FRONTLINE documentaries — "Amazon Empire: The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos," "The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia" and "For Sama" — have been named 2021 duPont-Columbia University Awards finalists.
November 12, 2020
FRONTLINE (PBS) Wins Four News & Documentary Emmy Awards
FRONTLINE has been honored with four 2020 News & Documentary Emmy Awards.
September 23, 2020
Spanish-Language Version of FRONTLINE’s "Love, Life & the Virus" to air on Univision
A Spanish-language version of FRONTLINE's "Love, Life & the Virus" will air on Univision's newsmagazine program "Aquí y Ahora" on Sun., Aug. 16 at 7/6c, and will stream on FRONTLINE's platforms in the following days.
August 12, 2020
FRONTLINE’s “The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden” Premieres Sept. 22 on PBS
The newest installment of FRONTLINE’s acclaimed election-year tradition tells the story of a deeply divided nation through the lives of the two men who want to lead it.
August 7, 2020
FRONTLINE Nominated for 15 Emmy Awards
FRONTLINE has been honored with 15 News & Documentary Emmy Award nominations.
August 6, 2020