Claudia-Liza Armah is a presenter on Sky News.
Armah grew up in West Kensington and attended Queen Mary’s College. She worked at Time FM in Romford, then as an assistant to the news editor at ITN News and at the Press Association; her first presenting job was at Vox Africa.
Before hosting 60 Seconds on the BBC she worked for BBC Look East; she has also presented on BBC News interactive.
Claudia-Liza Armah is to join 5 News as presenter of the 6.30pm bulletin from the new year. The Sky News Presenter will replace Matt Barbet, who announced he is leaving 5 News next week. “It’s been an incredible decade, and I’ve been privileged to spend…
Sky News presenters Sophy Ridge and Claudia-Liza Armah discuss Tom Watson’s Dab at Prime Minister’s Questions: “It’s not cool any more. That’s it. It’s over.”
The BBC today announced the appointment of two new presenters for its BBC Three news bulletin, 60 Seconds. They are — Sam Naz. She joined the BBC in 2003, when she won a place on the Student Sponsorship Scheme run by BBC News. She has…