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Original Fox News Channel anchor Uma Pemmaraju has lost the race of life at 64.

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Pemmaraju who is an anchor of Original New Channel has died at the age of 64. We are in deep
Pain at the moment. Published on August 09, 2022, 7:34 pm. She attended the ceremony of UN Women for Peace. Association Annual Awards Luncheon on March 10, 2017 held in New York City.

 

Uma Pemmaraju attends the UN Women for Peace Association Annual Awards Luncheon on March 10, 2017 in New York City. One of the best anchors of the Fox New Channel has died on Tuesday at the age of 64, but her death is still a mystery. Pemmaraju was one of the founding members of Fox News Channel and she went on air at the day of launched. The late anchor was very loving personality as she was incredibly talented journalist and she was well-known for her kindness to everyone.

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The CEO of Fox News Channel, Suzanne Scott added that Uma Pemmaraju left the rest in pain, our condolences go out her entire family according to Fox News. The Fox News lunched on October 7, 1996 and Uma Pemmaraju  went on air on that day. She was the only Indian American anchor who got national prominence and she anchored her first show was “Fox News Now” and “Fox On Trends”. Then she left the network and rejoined the whole network in 2003 as an anchor and assistant host, mentioned by www.al.com.
An Indian-American host Uma Pemmaraju was a former WBZ reporter has died at the age of 64, according to the station. Before joining the Fox News, she was working as reporter for WBZ from 1992 to 1996 and then she joined Fox News as an anchor. During this period, she also worked at Bloomberg News. Her family told to Boston Station that Uma was nice hearted and pure female as an Indian – American reporter, stated by www.Boston.com.

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Uma Pemmaraju was born in India and she interviewed the well-known personalities from Dalai Lama to Donald Trump during her long career as a broadcaster. When the cable channel started in 1996, she was behind the anchor table. At that time, she was the only Indian-American female to reach nationality. Pemmaraju has a daughter Kirina Alana Devi, who was with her in a picture.

Former WBZ reporter and anchor has died at the age of 64. An Indian born Uma Pemmaraju was raised in San Antonio, Texas then she moved there at the age of six to hone her journalistic skills to work at local television stations in Dallas, Baltimore. Later she joined WBZ in Boston. In Baltimore Uma won an Emmy Award for a report in which a child was rescued who was nearly drowned, according to www.dailymail.co.uk.

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