Caroline Henderson (journalist)

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Caroline Henderson (born 14 May 1985) is a Scottish broadcast journalist, currently working as a sports presenter for STV News in East Central Scotland.

Born in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Henderson was educated at St Leonards School in St Andrews and won a Best Speaker award in a National Youth Parliament competition at the age of 14. She studied an HNC in Radio Broadcasting and travelled to Canada as part of a media core on a live fire training exercise with the former Black Watch regiment, before working as a freelance journalist for local radio stations Forth One and Radio Borders.

While studying a journalism degree at the University of Sunderland, Henderson joined the BBC in Newcastle in April 2008, working as a newsreader, reporter and producer for radio, online[1] and television services in the North East and Cumbria.[2] While at the BBC, she covered the Cumbria shootings and Northumbria Police's manhunt for Raoul Moat.

Henderson joined STV in October 2010 as a sports correspondent and in May 2011, became the sports presenter for its new Edinburgh-based edition of the regional news programme STV News at Six.[3]

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