Chris Jansing Biography
This is what you need to know about Chris Jansing, an American News correspondent who currently works for NBC News as the senior national correspondent for the network’s cable division, MSNBC and alongside Brian Williams, as a breaking news anchor for the channel.
Chris Jansing Age
Chris Jansing was born on 30 January 1957, Fairport Harbor, Ohio, United States. Jansing is 63 years old as of 2020. She also celebrates her birthday on 30 January every year.
Chris Jansing Height
Jansing stands at an average height of 1.68 m.
Chris Jansing Family
Jansing was born to parents Tilly Kapostasy, Joseph Kapostasy. Her family is also a Roman Catholic family. She is also the youngest of 12 children.
Chris Jansing Husband
Jansing was previously married to her ex-husband Robert Jansing in 1982. The couple divorced and there is no information about her current relationship.
Chris Jansing Salary
Jansing receives an annual average salary of $73,220. This is according to NBC News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Chris Jansing Net Worth
Chris has an estimated Net Worth of $4 million dollars. Her career as a News correspondent is her primary source of income.
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Jansing is currently an American News correspondent who currently works for NBC News as the senior national correspondent for the network’s cable division, MSNBC, and alongside Brian Williams, as a breaking news anchor for the channel.
She also worked for WNYT television in Albany, New York, as a general assignment reporter. She stayed at WNYT for 17 years. While there, she won a New York Emmy Award in 1997 for her coverage of the Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta.
Jansing joined NBC News in June 1998 at which point, she began to use the last name of Jansing professionally instead of her maiden name of Kapostasy which she had used before then.
She also worked for MSNBC News as a News anchor and Reporter and was the host for The Today Show, and the Sunday version of NBC Nightly News. In 2008, she relocated to Los Angeles and worked as a field reporter for two years before returning as an anchor in 2010.