Zahn, Paula

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Born: Feb 24, 1956 AD
Currently alive, at 58 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Reporters


1956 – Born on the 24th of February in Omaha, Nebraska.

 

1987 – Paula joined ABC and she became the anchor of “The Health Show.”

 

1990 – She became a co-anchor of “CBS This Morning” until 1996.

 

1992 – Co-Hosted the coverage of Winter Olympics in Albertville, France. Made her Carnegie Hall debut within the same year, she played cello with the New York Pop’s orchestra.

 

1994 – Once again, she hosted Winter Olympics Lillehammer, Norway.

 

1997 - In recognizing her career accomplishments, she was given an Achievement Award from the College Golf Foundation.

 

1999 - She became the host of Fox Network’s “The Edge.”

 

2001 – On the 5th of September, Fox network accused her of Breach of Contract. She signed a contract with CNN after a day.

 

2003 - Zahn commentated and provided the most up-to-date news on Operation Iraqi Freedom.

 

2004 - Zahn received the Love of Life Foundation's Tavel-Reznik Award in support of cancer prevention; the Matrix Award for “Broadcasting from New York Women in Communications” and a National Headliner Award for "Fall of Saddam."

 

2006 – She received multiple awards once more: A Gracie Award for “Paula Zahn Now's exclusive interview with Osama bin Laden’s sister, Carmen bin Laden”; a National Headliner award for the program’s newcast about the Jet Blue incident and Hurricane Rita; and a Freddie award for her interview with U.S. Health Secretary Tommy Thompson about his family's dealings with breast cancer.

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