Lisa Carberg has been a trusted newscaster in Connecticut for 17 years, covering some of the biggest stories impacting her home state. An Old Saybrook native, Lisa has lived on the Connecticut shoreline for most of her life. She grew up watching WTNH and is thrilled to now be a part of the team.
Lisa’s career has been shaped by covering daily and large events, including Superstorm Sandy, hurricanes, and other events that have impacted our state. While working as a national anchor at Fox News Channel, Lisa covered the search for John F. Kennedy, Jr.’s missing plane from Martha’s Vineyard. She reported for stations all over the country.
While anchoring the evening news at the state’s NBC affiliate WVIT NBC Connecticut, Lisa earned a Peabody Award for her anchoring during the coverage of the Sandy Hook, Connecticut school shootings with a team of professionals.
Lisa has also covered the Olympics, been a panelist in a gubernatorial debate, a congressional debate moderator, and interviewed many politicians and celebrities.
Lisa graduated from Old Saybrook Senior High School and Suffolk University in Boston. Before returning home to Connecticut, Lisa worked at television stations in Wilmington, North Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia.
Having worked in West Hartford for many years, Lisa enjoys having friends and contacts all over Connecticut. She works with many non-profit groups around Connecticut, emceeing events, walks and helping them with publicity.
Lisa lives on the Connecticut shoreline with her husband and her daughter.