Louisa James

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Louisa James
Born Louisa James
1979 (age 34–35)
Switzerland
Occupation Journalist, Television Presenter

Louisa James (born 1979) is a British journalist and newsreader currently employed by ITV Breakfast, for the Good Morning Britain and Lorraine programmes.

Career[edit]

James began her journalism career with the BBC in Leicester then moved to Birmingham to join ITV Central in 2005, where she worked as a reporter and presenter for the East Midlands region. She presented her final show for the East Midlands in February 2009, after which, she was appointed main GMTV Central bulletins newscaster and still stands in as a main presenter when required on Central Tonight.

ITV Breakfast[edit]

In January 2012 she moved to ITV Breakfast programme Daybreak, as a full-time news correspondent, although occasionally she presented the main news bulletins and the Daybreak News Hour with Matt Barbet. Since April 2014, she has been a News Correspondent for Daybreak's replacement programme Good Morning Britain.

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