Robin Michele Meade lives at:,
2281 Whitefield Drive
Dunwoody Georgia 30338
This is the address where you can write for autograph photos.
Robin Meade had the honor of having the first exclusive interview with the fifteen freed American hostages that were rescued in July 2008, after their release from FARC captors.
Robin has her own podcast, called "Robin Meade Expressed", where she conducts a number of interviews, and talks about current events.
Robin is the lead news anchor for the Headline News Channel's morning news show, Morning Express with Robin Meade.
Robin and her ensemble from Headline News ("Company") got together at Camp Jam in Dec 2006 and were transformed into a rock group. She was joined by her regulars Will Selva, Bob Van Dillen, and Adrianna Costa as they learned how to jam with classic rock stars. They put on a concernt after the crash course and the whole process was taped for CNN.
Robin covered the story about the Centennial Olympic Park bombing at the 1996 Olympics.
Robin co-hosts AccentHealth with Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
Robin is the lead anchor of the morning news show, Robin & Company.
Robin won Ashland University's Young Alumnus Award for her accomplishments in broadcasting.
Robin was inducted into the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame in October of 2005.
Robin co-hosted the Midwest Emmys in December of 2004.
Robin is based in Atlanta at CNN's world headquarters.
Robin anchored the network's coverage of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003.
Robin was hired as the morning news anchor, the noon news anchor, and health reporter for WSVN-TV's Today in Florida.
Robin worked as an anchor and reporter at WCMH-TV and at WJW-TV.
Robin was recognized as one of the top 20 most popular television news personalities in the broadcast news industry in 2002.
Robin was nominated for a regional Emmy Award for her coverage on how to decrease chances of injuries in a survivable plane crash.
Robin won a regional Emmy Award for her coverage of the crash between a school bus and a train that killed seven teenagers in 1995.
Robin started off her career in broadcasting as a reporter for WMFD-TV.
Robin became Miss Ohio and made it to the top ten in the Miss America pageant in 1992.
Robin sang "Alexander's Ragtime Band" at a campaign rally for President George Bush Sr.
Robin attended Ashland University and Malone College.
Robin married Tim Yeager in 1993.
Robin graduated from New London High School.