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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Who is Vinita Vinita V. Nair?

Who is Vinita Nair? The entertainment and Journalist world knows her as an American television journalist who was co-anchor of World News Now and America This Morning on ABC, from September 17, 2008
until February 18, 2011.[1] She was partnered with Jeremy Hubbard and later Rob Nelson on
both shows

Nair joined ABC News as an anchor/correspondent for ABC News Now in
December 2007. In that role, she anchored live
coverage and news briefs for ABC's digital network.[2]
Nair was born June 9, 1981and grew up in Colleyville, Texas, and
graduated with a degree in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism, of Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois). She wrote for Today's Chicago Woman magazine, and was a reporter for Talk Radio News in Washington D.C. prior to pursuing television journalism.
Nair began her career in television news at WGEM-TV, the NBC affiliate in Quincy, Illinois, as a general assignment reporter. She also worked for WYCC-TV, Chicago's Public Access Network and the Illinois' Evanston Community Cable Channel. Then she became an anchor and reporter for KOLN/KGIN-TV in Lincoln, Nebraska, where she anchored daily morning and afternoon newscasts.
Prior to joining ABC News, Nair was lead evening reporter and anchor at KWGN-TV, the CW affiliate in Denver. She started at the station in July 2004 and reported on a wide range of topics, including the Jon Benet Ramsey murder investigation and the school shootings at Bailey, Colorado.
Vinita announced on Thursday 2-17-11 that Friday 2-18-11 would be her last night on air at World News Now. Former KDVR Denver anchor Peggy Bunker has been named interim successor.
The 2-18-11 edition of World News Now paid tribute to Nair in each of its three segments, including appearances from current and former colleagues including Jeremy Hubbard. Her legacy was to treat the crew to a hot breakfast on her last day. Also, a brief send-off by Nelson to Nair was given at the conclusion of America This Morning.

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