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radio news and freelance writer

Allegra Branson Hoxter, American Radio news and freelance writer. Member Writers Guild American East (president 1979-1981, chairman national council 1981-1983), television and Radio Working Press Association (secretary since 1988).

Background

Hoxter, Allegra Branson was born on January 2, 1934 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Henry Clay and Anita (Coniglio) B.

Education

Bachelor of Music, University of Michigan, 1954;student, New England Conservatory, 1954-1955;Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, University of Michigan, 1958;student, Vienna (Austria) Academy Music and Dramatic Arts, 1959-1960.

Career

Foreign correspondent, United Press International, Vienna, 1960-1964;editor, translator, Austrian Consulate General, New York City, 1965-1967;writer, translator, Curtis J. Hoxter, Inc., New York City, 1967-1968;radio, television newswriter, NBC, New York City, 1968;radio news writer, editor, Station WCBS, New York City, 1968-1996. New York Corresponding Birmingham (England) Evening Mail, 1974-1981.

Membership

Member Writers Guild American East (president 1979-1981, chairman national council 1981-1983), television and Radio Working Press Association (secretary since 1988).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: classical music, cooking, cats.

Connections

Married Curtis Joseph Hoxter, January 2, 1981.

father:
Henry Clay B.

mother:
Anita (Coniglio) B.

spouse:
Curtis Joseph Hoxter