Arthel Neville (born 20 October 1962 in New Orleans, Louisiana), is a television personality. She began her career while a junior at the University of Texas at Austin. As the first black female reporter at KVUE-TV, her general assignment beat took her to the streets of Austin covering live breaking news, politics, education, health and human-interest stories. Later, she worked at Fox News Channel as an anchor and correspondent, and at CNN, where she hosted Talk Back Live With Arthel Neville, among other on-air duties.
Arthel's experience extends outside of hard news into the world of entertainment and celebrities. She hosted and co-produced a one-on-one celebrity interview show on E! Entertainment Television. She also launched Extra for Warner Brothers studios, becoming the first African-American female to host a nationally syndicated entertainment news magazine program.
Currently Arthel is the host of Celebrity Hobbies on DIY Network.
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