Karin Annus was formerly Executive Producer of Special and Weekend Programming for Bloomberg Television. She oversaw Bloomberg Weekend News, For the Record, and Bloomberg MUSE as well as live and taped special programs. A New York University graduate with a BA in broadcast journalism and an MBA, Annus started her television journalism career at WABC-TV's Eyewitness News. She produced for ABC News' Day's End, CNBC's McLaughlin and Telerep's Preview before specializing in business news. Annus reported and produced for The Wall Street Journal Report at Dow Jones and CNBC, developed and produced Market Week with Maria Bartiromo and served as Director of Special Programming for CNBC. Since joining Bloomberg News in 2006, she has served as executive producer of The Ethanol Fix: Breaking America's Addiction to Oil which won a National Headliner, Gracie, International Wheel, Front Page, and New York Press Club Award; Phantom Shares which received a NAREE, New York Press Club, and Deadline Award and an Emmy nomination; and Deadly Brew: The Human Toll of Ethanol which won an Emmy Award and International Wheel award. She was executive producer of "401(k) Hidden Fees" - winner of a 2008 Emmy Award. Annus lives in Chappaqua, New York with her husband and daughter.