Sarah Moore is a British television reporter, presenter and University academic.
Moore grew up in Redditch, Worcestershire, England and studied Philosophy at the University of Warwick. Whilst at University she competed nationally in Latin and Ballroom dancing. She then studied at Cardiff Journalism School, whilst at the same time gaining work experience as a weekend news editor for a radio station in Wolverhampton, where she produced and presented news bulletins. She undertook her course work placement at ITV Central.
Her media career began as a reporter and presenter in 2003, working for ITV Central, where she won two awards for an investigation into drug-rape. In 2006 she moved to ITV News working as a reporter, before in October 2006 moving to GMTV, where she covered stories in Europe, the Caribbean and the UK. In summer 2007 she became New York Correspondent for GMTV, a post she held until August 2010. Amongst other stories she reported from the campaign trail with Hillary Clinton in the 2008 U.S. Presidential Elections.
During the 2009/10 academic year she lectured on journalism at London Metropolitan University and gained her teaching qualifications. In September 2010 she moved to the University of Salford where she began to teach broadcast journalism.
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- "A Sex-y new role for Sarah!". Birmingham Mail. 19 October 2007.