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Roberts, Chuck 1950–

Roberts, Chuck 1950–


Full name, Charles S. Roberts; born October 25, 1950, in Santa Fe, NM. Education: Attended New Mexico Military Institute; University of Missouri-Columbia, B.J. (broadcast news), 1971.


Office—CNN (Cable News Network), 1 CNN Center Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30303-2762.


News anchor. KOMU-TV, Columbia, MO, morning news anchor, 1970-71; WHB Radio, Kansas City, MO, 1971-73; KRGV-TV, Rio Grande Valley, TX, evening news anchor, 1973-75; KMTV, Omaha, NE, principal weeknight anchor, writer, and producer, 1975-81; Cable News Network, anchor, beginning 1982. Volunteer for Project for Humanity, Atlanta, GA.


Atlanta Press Club, National Society of Professional Journalists.

Awards, Honors:

University of Missouri Faculty/Student Award for outstanding journalism, 1971; inducted into the New Mexico Military Institute Hall of Fame, 1998.


Television Appearances; Series:

Anchor, Headline News (also known as CNN Headline News), Cable News Network, 1982—.

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