Sarah Moore

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For the Australian writer and former member of The Family, a new religious movement, see Sarah Moore (The Family).

Sarah Moore is a British television reporter, presenter and University academic.

Moore grew up in Redditch,[1] Worcestershire,[2] England and studied Philosophy at the University of Warwick.[2] Whilst at University she competed nationally in Latin and Ballroom dancing.[2] She then studied at Cardiff Journalism School,[2] 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.[3] She undertook her course work placement at ITV Central.[3]

Media career[edit]

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.[2] 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.[2] 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.[2]

She played a role in the first Sex and the City movie after auditioning as part of a story.[4]

Academic career[edit]

During the 2009/10 academic year she lectured on journalism at London Metropolitan University and gained her teaching qualifications.[2] In September 2010 she moved to the University of Salford where she began to teach broadcast journalism.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "GMTV Reporter Inspires Worcester Students" (PDF). University of Worcester. 25 November 2009. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Sarah Moore Biography". sarahmoore.tv. Retrieved 20 May 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c "Sarah Moore: TV journalism is not easy but the opportunities are endless". wannabehacks.co.uk. 17 November 2010. 
  4. ^ "A Sex-y new role for Sarah!". Birmingham Mail. 19 October 2007. 

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