Deborah Roberts Career: Deborah Roberts started her professional career in journalism in 1982 when she joined the popular platform of WTVM, which is a local television station in Columbus, Georgia. She worked for this platform for a long time, and later, she started working at WBIR, which is also a local television station in Knoxville, Tennessee. She joined the platform of WFTV in 1987, where she has served as bureau chief/NASA field reporter/weekend news co-anchor. Must Read Hunter Biden Net Worth.

She has joined one of the major news platforms, NBC News, which is a general-assignment reporter. She later started working as a correspondent for Dateline NBC. She has also written a non-fiction book, Been There, Done That: Family Wisdom for Modern Times, which is published along with Al Roker. She has also received appreciation in the form of awards for her work. 

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Deborah Roberts’s Awards and Achievement

Deborah Roberts has won awards and appreciation for her work in the television industry. She has received the University of Georgia Distinguished Alumnus Award. She has also won an Emmy Award and a Clarion Award for her work in journalism, which is a big achievement. 

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