Charlene White had a long career in broadcasting spanning over two decades. The ITV newsreader has been announced as the host of daytime show Loose Women in 2020, following the shock departures of Andrea McLean and Saira Khan, who also left the show.
The 41-year-old spoke candidly about her broadcasting career with Gabby Logan on the Midpoint podcast.
It comes after the sports presenter said he felt like Charlene was “everywhere” on TV.
But the broadcaster admitted that although it may seem like she is on the air “constantly”, she confirmed that she only covers national news and Loose Women once a week.
It comes after Gabby asked the newsreader about her many gigs on the ITV network.
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Charlene has become a favorite on ITV and over the past year has presented her own documentary, Charlene White: Empire’s Child, as part of Black History Month in which she looked at the history of his family.
After graduating, she became the BBC’s youngest senior journalist, aged just 22.
In 2008 she joined ITN as a news presenter and in 2014 began presenting ITV News at Ten.
Having been a guest presenter on Loose Women on various occasions – Charlene became a regular presenter on the show in January 2021.
The on-screen host started as a reporter on Radio 1‘s Newsbeat and its sister digital station, BBC Radio 1Xtra, in 2002.
The reporter then became co-anchor of 1Xtra TX’s two-hour news program in 2005.
Charlene has appeared on ITV Lunchtime, Evening and Weekend News, and contributed to The Guardian.
Loose Women airs weekdays on ITV at 12.30pm.