The Biography of CNN’s Headline News Anchor Catherine Callaway

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The Biography of CNN’s ‘Headline News’ anchor Catherine Callaway covers a lot of important stories and events in her career. Born in Alabama, Catherine Callaway is a native of Georgia. Before becoming a full-time CNN anchor, she worked at radio stations and television networks in the southeast. She started out as a fill-in news anchor for headline news and worked her way up, earning numerous Associated Press awards in the process.

Callaway began her career as a CNN news reporter in 1997 and quickly rose to the position of a news anchor. She covered major stories, such as the launch of the Space Shuttle, the Andrew Cunanan Research, the Paula Jones Lawsuit, and the Summer Olympics. She has won multiple awards from the Associated Press for her reporting. She has been a featured reporter and host on many CNN shows and has spoken on various societal issues.

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Before joining CNN, Callaway held jobs at various radio and television stations in the Atlanta area. In 1994, she joined the network’s weekend evening newscast and the weekday afternoon newscasts on the West Coast. During this time, she began her journey to a career in television anchoring. She graduated from Jacksonville State University of Alabama in 1993, and later became a full-time anchor. By 1996, she had already earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising, and has been a popular face on the network ever since.

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