Robin Meade started her career in journalism at WMFD-TV in Mansfield, Ohio as a reporter. She also served in WCMH-TV and WJW-TV in Cleveland as host and reporter.
Then after, she was offered a job at WSVN-TV in Miami, Florida and anchored the news show Today in Florida as well as worked as midday host and health correspondent of the station.
Later, she moved to WMAQ-TV, NBC Chicago associate channel as morning newscaster and became co-anchor of a weekend news show and later operated as general assignment reporter for the channel. While in WMAQ-TV, she reported the 1996 Olympics making a special report on the Centennial Olympic Park bombing.
She made her debut airing for HLN on 11 September 2001, anchoring the network’s report of Operation Enduring Freedom and following Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Currently, she hosts Morning Express with Robin Meade (2009) on HLN based on CNN’s international headquarter in Atlanta. She hosts the show with her co-hosts Bob Van Dillen, Jennifer Westhoven and Mike Galanos.
Meade is veteran TV personality and has covered prominent assignments like jumping out of a perfectly good plane with President George HW Bush (2009) on live TV, covering President Obama's inauguration from DC (2013) and hosting "Ask Oprah's All Stars" at the mogul's request to help kick off the OWN network along with Dr. Phil McGraw, Suze Orman and Dr. Mehmet Oz.
She is known as the author of book Morning Sunshine!: How to Radiate Confidence and Feel It Too released on 10 September 2009. Her book came in number 12 in the section “Advice, How-To, and Miscellaneous” of the New York Times Best Seller list.
Apart from anchoring and writing, Meade is also singer has released an album named Brand New Day in 2011 and second was Count on Me in 2013. She also did a photo shoot for the cover of Making Music magazine in January/February in 2011.
Moreover, she also sang as a member of pre-race of NASCAR Sprint Cup in 2010 for the Toyota/Save Mart 350(2012), Coke Zero 400 (2012) and the Coca-Cola 600 in 2013.
Robin Meade has won a regional Emmy Awards for her coverage in the 1995 collision between a school bus and train in Fox River Grove, Illinois. She was also nominated for the same award for her report about self-defending in plane crashes.
She was a list of the top 20 most popular television news personalities by Lycos in 2002. And, she has achieved Young Alumnus Award from Ashland University for her success in broadcast media as well as stayed as the commencement speaker in 2005 graduation program of the university.
She has also received the Gracie Award for Outstanding Anchor in 2010 as well as introduced in the Ohio Broadcaster Hall of Fame in 2005.