Jenn Bernstein Biography|Wiki
Jenn Bernstein is a renowned American Broadcast journalist, News Anchor, and reporter. Recently, she re-joined Fox 61News as a co-anchor and political host with Al Terzi in August 2014. This was after working for two years as a news reporter for Fox CT.
Furthermore, Jenn worked as a video producer, news reporter, and general assignment reporter. Between 2012-2014, Jenn worked at KYW-the CBS affiliate in Philadelphia. It was then when she reported on the aftermath of the Penn State Sex Abuse Scandal.
Jenn Bernstein Age| Birthday
Her age is not yet available in the public domain. However, it is clear that Jenn was born in Simsbury, Connecticut, the United States of America. Her birthday will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Jenn Bernstein Family|Parents|Siblings
Bernstein was born and raised in Simsbury, Connecticut. However, our effort to identify her parents and siblings bore no fruits. We will update this field as soon as the details are available.
Jenn Bernstein Husband|Married
Jenn is married to her husband Todd Lovell since September 2018. The duo tied their knot in a private wedding ceremony in Connecticut.
Jenn Bernstein Children|KIds|Baby
Bernstein and Todd have a baby boy, Wyatt James born on May 31, 2020. However, due to his secrecy, we are unable to unveil more details about his family.
Jenn Bernstein Education
Jenn attended Union College in Schenectady, New York. In addition, she is an adjunct Graduate Journalism Professor at Quinnipiac University and a graduate of Simsbury High School.
Jenn Bernstein Net Worth
As of 2020, Bernstein is estimated at a net worth of between $1 million and $5 million dollars.
Jenn Bernstein Salary
According to the Fox 61 News anchor salary ranges, Jenn earns an average annual salary of $33,774 to $112,519.
Jenn Bernstein Career
Jenn currently anchors at Fox61 News at 4 and 10 p.m. In addition, she covers Connecticut governmental issues and co-anchors “The Real Story” with Al Terzi, which show at 10 a.m. on Sundays. In 2015, Bernstein won an Emmy grant for her story “Life structures of An Attack Ad,”. This was an investigated crusade message during Connecticut’s antagonistic gubernatorial challenge.
Later, in August 2014, Jenn made a return to Fox61 filling in as a general task reporter for the station from 2010-2012. Eventually, she got an Emmy nomination for a progression of stories she did on harassing in schools. She even covered serious weather occasions in her two years.
In mid-2011, she detailed from the seashore in Fairfield when Tropical Storm Irene hit Connecticut. Two months later, Jenn was live on the Berlin Turnpike as the October Nor’Easter pummeled the state, taking out capacity to nearly every 90,000 homes in Connecticut.
She then continued with her broadcast career at KYW-the CBS partner in Philadelphia from 2012-2014. While there, she gave an account for the repercussions of the Penn State Sex Abuse Scandal. She further investigated in Atlantic city to cover arrangements for Hurricane Sandy.