Annette Peagler joined WBTW News13 as co-anchor of its newscasts at 5:30 PM and 11 PM in December of 2020. She also serves as the sole anchor for Fox News at Ten, the 30-minute nightly newscast produced by WBTW for Myrtle Beach FOX affiliate WFXB.
Annette joins anchors Meghan Miller at 5:30 PM and Bob Juback at 11 PM. She arrived from WATN-TV in Memphis, Tenn., where she was the weekend evening anchor.
Annette started her broadcasting career at WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio, as the first-ever apprentice for E.W. Scripps. At the conclusion of the two-year program, she was hired as a WCPO weekend producer.
She received an Emmy nomination for her story, “The Rise and Fall of Stax Records,” during her time as an Anchor/Reporter in Memphis. Annette also has worked as a multimedia journalist for WKEF ABC 22/WRGT FOX 45 in Dayton, Ohio, and as a reporter and fill-in anchor for WLBT in Jackson, Mississippi.
She’s a proud member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.