Uma Devi Pemmaraju (31 March 1958 – 8 August 2022) was an Indian-American writer and TV anchor. She was one of the first has on the Fox News link network at their 1996 debut.
Pemmaraju was brought into the world in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India, and experienced childhood in San Antonio, Texas, United States. She moved on from Trinity University in Texas with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political theory.
Pemmaraju meeting applicants Curt Anderson and Georgia Goslee for WMAR-TV in 1982
Pemmaraju’s initial TV vocation began in her home territory of Texas at KENS-TV and the San Antonio Express-News paper as a maker and columnist while keeping a full-time load in school at Trinity University.
She likewise filled in as the manager of her school paper. She next moved to KTVT-11 in Dallas, as a reporter and journalist and afterward to WMAR-TV in Baltimore where she won an Emmy.
From Baltimore, she went to WLVI and WBZ-TV in Boston where she was a reporter and an insider/maker for WBZ’s Evening Magazine.
Pemmaraju was essential for the first Fox News group when the organization sent off in October 1996. She has facilitated a wide range of information shows on the organization and has facilitated various specials.
She has talked with high-profile newsmakers from the Dalai Lama to space explorer Buzz Aldrin, Joel Osteen, Carly Simon, Donald Trump, Whoopi Goldberg, Sarah Palin, alongside a large group of legislators and legislative pioneers from D.C. As well as being begat as “Boston’s Best Anchor” in 1996 and 1997 by Boston magazine, Pemmaraju has gotten various Emmy grants for her revealing and analytical reporting.
Different distinctions all through her vocation include: the Texas AP Award for announcing, The Woman of Achievement Award from the Big Sisters Organization of America and the Matrix Award from Women in Communications.
She additionally went to American University reading up global relations for one year as a feature of a trade program with Trinity.
Pemmaraju passed on 8 August 2022. A reason for death presently can’t seem to be delivered.