Former Boston News Anchor Joins Eversource

Brings two decades of broadcast journalism experience...
Former Boston news anchor Reid Lamberty is joining Eversource (Courtesy photo)

Veteran broadcast journalist, Reid Lamberty, has been named Eversource’s new media relations manager for Massachusetts.  Lamberty brings more than two decades of television experience to the energy company.  He has served as both an anchor and reporter, and spent nearly half of his career covering news in Boston.  Lamberty will replace Mike Durand, who will retire early next year after 40 years with Eversource.

“Reid’s deep understanding of the media, his experience reporting the news, and knowledge of the Massachusetts landscape makes him a valuable addition to our already incredible team,” said Eversource Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs & Chief Communications Officer Jim Hunt.  “The skills Reid has developed over his time as a journalist translate very well in the corporate arena.  We’re excited to welcome him to the media relations team as we continue in our important role as a trusted source for energy expertise.”

Most recently, Lamberty was the weekend anchor at WCVB, the ABC affiliate in Boston.  Prior to that, he was the primary anchor at the former NBC affiliate, WHDH.  Lamberty spent nearly a decade covering news in New York, and has also worked in Miami, FL and Dayton, OH.  A graduate of Bowling Green State University, he lives in the Boston area with his wife and children. 

Reid will be based in Boston and can be reached at 617-424-2108 or [email protected].


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