Janet Wu Biography | Wiki
Janet Wu is an American Emmy award-winning journalist, political and investigative reporter. She is currently serving as a co-host of WCVB’s “On The Record,”. OTR is a weekly roundtable discussion of Massachusetts politics which airs on Sunday mornings at 11 AM. Wu previously worked as WCVB’s NewsCenter 5 Massachusetts political reporter for over thirty years.
Janet Wu WCVB Age
Janet is 70 years old as of 2020. She was born in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey United States of America. However, there are currently no details about when she celebrates her birthday. It will be updated once it has been verified.
Janet Wu Education
Wu attended and graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Ann Arbor.
Janet Wu Height
Wu stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m).
Janet Wu Parents | Mother
Janet is fluent in the Chinese dialect of Cantonese. However, details on the information of her parent and her siblings are not available. It will be updated as soon as it becomes available.
Janet Wu Husband
Wu is a married woman. She is currently married to her husband Adams P. Carroll. The couples are proud parents of two children, Quincy and Bailey. The family lives in Boston Massachusetts.
Janet Wu Salary
Janet as an anchor, political and investigative reporter at WCVB earns an average salary of $98,578 per year. The exact amount that she earns from her career is not yet available.
Janet Wu Net Worth
Wu is an American Emmy award-winning journalist, political and investigative reporter with an approximate net worth of $2 million.
Janet Wu WCVB
Janet, an Emmy-winning political and analytical reporter, is currently co-hosting WCVB’s “On The Record” alongside Ed Harding. OTR is a week-by-week roundtable of Massachusetts legislative issues broadcast at 11 a.m. on Sunday mornings. Janet has recently been a WCVB NewsCenter 5 Massachusetts political reporter for more than thirty years.
In addition, Janet was respected by a person from the WCVB Community at various events with the prestigious Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Political Journalism. The station was known for its applicant-oriented reporting and its drive to resolve issues of concern to the nearby community. In 1998, Janet was given top honors in the Associated Press Investigative/Enterprise Classification and the Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Reporting for her article entitled “Public Land, Private Lies.” What’s more, in 1989, the NewsCenter 5 political party was awarded the First Place National Headliner Award and the Murrow Award for the best political coverage of anyone.
Janet was the State House reporter for WGBH-TV, Boston’s public TV slot, before coming to Channel 5. She was also a reporter for United Press International.
Janet Wu Awards
- Janet has been a core member of WCVB’s political unit and won Emmy at the 2015 Emmy® Awards given by the Boston/New England division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS).
- The honor, in the Continuing Coverage – No Time Limit class, honored Janet’s work on the station’s political coverage during the 2014 mission season, an ongoing activity called ‘Commitment 2014.’
- Also in 2015, she received the ‘Motivation Award’ from the Asian Community Development Organization for her accomplished work as a political reporter.
- At the beginning of 2011, Janet was awarded a doctorate in Human Letters from Emerson College and in 2010 she was admitted to the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame.