Pamela Hughes

May 31, 2012, 12:45 AM | Updated: Jun 5, 2012, 4:59 am

Pamela left Pittsburgh, PA in 1996 to study Broadcast
Journalism at Arizona State University and has never looked
back. Since then, her radio career has taken her to
Wisconsin; she has been a public speaker for Monster.com and
has taught a few semesters at the Walter Cronkite School of
Journalism at ASU. Currently, she is pulling double duty
on the Bruce St. Jame’s Show. She spends half the show
providing a woman’s perspective on the top talk topics of
the day and the other half of the show delivering
informative, relatable newscasts to our KTAR listeners.

Once the show is over, Pamela gets out of the studio and
gets into the newsroom where she is also the Managing Editor
of the KTAR News Department.

When she isn’t behind a microphone or chasing the big story
of the day, you’ll find Pamela at home with her husband
Kris, daughter Riley and her crazy Chocolate Lab named
Chewie. Her professional and personal life keep her quite
busy but when she manages to find a few free moments she
likes to spend them in her garden, working out, trying new
recipes and discovering new restaurants.

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