Robin Meade Biography
Robin Meade (Robin Michelle Meade) is an American News anchor, singer, and journalist born on 21st April 1969 in New London, Ohio, U.S. She is lead news anchor for HLN’s morning show ‘Morning Express with Robin Meade’. She is also a former Miss Ohio and began her broadcasting career with local stations in the same state.
In 2001, she joined HLN. She has also won a regional Emmy Award. She released a country music album in 2011 and also a second one in 2013.
Robin grew up in New London, Ohio, and graduated from New London High School. She then attended Malone University and Ashland University. She majored in radio/television production, programming and performance and also minored in political science. Robin graduated in 1991 with a major in programming and performance.
Robin Meade Age/ How Old Is Robin Meade?
Robin Michelle Meade was born on April 21, 1969 in New London, Ohio, U.S. (49 years as of 2018)
Robin Meade Ethicity/ Nationality
Robin is of North American Ethnicity and is an American national.
Robin Meade Family
Her parents are Sharon Meade (mother) and Linro Meade (father). She has a sister named Tonda and a brother Kevin. During her childhood she was a cheerleader in her school and also played the piano.
Robin Meade Husband | Married
Robin Michell married Tim Yeager on 6th November 1993. Tim is was born on 1st January 1970 in Lowa. He attended college of Lowa where he studied history and Russian. He began his career in the lawful administrations at H.E.L.P office. He is a former budgetary secretary and treasurer at UAW Local 2320, Chicago.
Robin Meade Kids
Robin has no children yet.
Robin Meade Miss Ohio
Meade became Miss Ohio in 1992 and was also a semi-finalist in the Miss America pageant.
Robin Meade News Anchor
She began her career in broadcast as a reporter at WMFD-TV in Mansfield, Ohio. Meade later worked as an anchor and reporter at WCMH-TV in Columbus, Ohio, and also at WJW-TV in Cleveland. She later got a job in Miami, Florida as the morning news anchor of WSVN-TV’s Today in Florida . She then served as the station’s noon anchor and health reporter.
Robin went on to work at NBC Chicago affiliate WMAQ-TV. She started anchoring the morning newscasts and then co-anchored the weekend newscasts. She also served as a general assignment correspondent for the station. During her term with the NBC affiliate, Robin covered the 1996 Olympics, it included special reporting on the Centennial Olympic Park bombing.
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Robin Meade Hln | CNN
Meade joined HLN,which was then known as CNN Headline News. She anchored the network’s coverage of Operation Enduring Freedom as well as that from Operation Iraqi Freedom in spring of 2003. Robin is based in CNN’s world headquarters in Atlanta. September 11, 2001 was her first day on-air at HLN.
Morning Express With Robin Meade
Robin Meade began hosting ‘Morning Express With Robin Meade’, a morning television show program on HLN, in 2005. The show airs weekday live from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. Eastern time. Her co-hosts are meteorologist Bob Van Dillen & money correspondent Jennifer Westhoven.
As of August 2016 the show began broadcasting on CNN Philippines every Monday to Friday and, as Weekend Express, every Saturday and Sunday during the overnight hours.
Robin Meade Morning Sunshine
On 10th September 2009 Robin released her debut book Morning Sunshine!: How to Radiate Confidence and Feel It Too. The book debuted at No. 12 on the “Advice, How-To, and Miscellaneous” section of the New York Times Best Seller list. Robin has referred to it as a “non-fiction / motivational / inspirational / how-to / autobiographical book.”
The book is about how Robin overcame anxiety attacks and her fear of public speaking to go on and achieve her dream of becoming a news anchor.
Robin Meade Music Albums
- Brand New Day
- Count On Me
Robin Meade Singles/ Songs
- Morning Sunshine
- Dirty Laundry
- This Just In
- Your Glory Days
- Put My High Heels On
- Because You Think I Can
- A Nice Bunch of Girls
- Slow It Up
- Letting It Go
- Welcome Home
- There’s You
- Better Than Me
- Right Here Waiting
- In Valentine
- Get Up
- Ghost of My Christmas Past
- Gonna Be Days
- I’ll Stand by You
- The Dance
- Here for You
- I Won’t Back Down
- Never Alone
- You Will
- True Colors
- Here Comes the Sun
Robin Meade Salary
Ronin earns a salary of $750,000 annually.
Robin Meade Net Worth
Robin has an estimated net worth of $4.5 million
Robin Meade Awards
She won a regional Emmy Award for her efforts covering the 1995 collision between a school bus and a train in Fox River Grove, Illinois. She was then nominated for a regional Emmy for her report on how to minimize chances of injury in survivable plane crashes.
Robin was recognized by Lycos as one of the top 20 most popular television news personalities in the broadcast news industry in 2002. She was voted “Sexiest Newscaster” by a Playboy.com online poll, with 40% of the vote in 2004.
Meade won Ashland University’s Young Alumnus Award. It was for her achievements in broadcasting and also she served as the commencement speaker for the university’s 2005 graduation ceremonies
Robin Meade Height
Robin stand at 1.6m/ 5′ 3″ .
Robin Meade Measurements
- Weight in KG 54
- Breast Size 34 inches
- Waist size 25 inches
- Hip Size 36 inches
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Robin Meade Interview
Q&A: ‘HLN’s Morning Express’ anchor Robin Meade talks music career.
Atlanta Business Chronicle: Red Light Management Atlanta office President Charlie Brusco (story on Brusco here) manages your music career. What made you want to sign with Charlie?
Robin Meade: I had seen and met [Charlie] at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. He told me he had so many different experiences but the biggest thing was we both went to Ashland University in Ohio. So, he went to the same college I went to and I was like, ‘OK. There’s something about this. How did he end up here in Atlanta too? He from Pittsburgh and I’m from Ohio.’ He told great stories about being in college there and, then, just the people that he had mentored in the past, and he was OK with me not doing music full-time because I have a full=time thing that makes me get up at 3 a.m. And, we love him, right? He’s a rock star unto himself!
ABC: What made you choose Eddie’s Attic for your recent shows?
RM: They called me and asked me if I would come. They kind of took a risk on me. They didn’t know I could fill the place or not. I’ve kept tight with Andy Hingley (Interview with Hingley here). I love him and the acoustics are great there. Most of all, there’s such a sacred-respect for music. Now, it’s a little notch in my ‘lipstick case’ if you will. Every time I get to play there and now I’m able to sell out two shows in a row and I’m like, Whoo!!!’
ABC: We heard you packed it out.
RM: It was a free show! (Laughs)I’m always afraid I’m going to have a show and no one is going to come. Isn’t that every musician’s fear? (Laughs)
ABC: Who have you seen at Eddie’s Attic that you enjoyed the most?
RM: Darrell Scott is a guy I had the honor of writing with. It was just kind of accidental. It was actually for a story that I did about songwriting with soldiers with PTSD. He was like the pro writer so I went to go see him when he played there. He’s one of those people that just comes in with his guitar and plays to a sold-out crowd of people who love him and know the songs he wrote for the Dixie Chicks and other’s.