India-born Fox News Channel anchor Uma Pemmaraju, who helped launch the network in 1996 dies aged 64

Founding Fox News Channel anchor Uma Pemmaraju, who was born in India and interviewed everyone from the Dalai Lama to Donald Trump in her long broadcasting career, dies aged 64

  • Uma Pemmaraju, one of the first Fox News Channel anchors, has died at age 64
  • Pemmaraju was on the air when Fox News launched on October 7, 1996
  • At the time, she was one of the only Indian-American anchors to reach national prominence and first anchored ‘Fox News Now’ and ‘Fox On Trends’ 
  • She left the network but rejoined in 2003 as an anchor and substitute host

One of the founding Fox News Channel anchors, Uma Pemmaraju, has died at the age of 64.

Pemmaraju was behind the anchor desk when the cable news channel launched in October 1996. 

At the time, she was one only…

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