Jenn Bernstein Biography
Jenn Bernstein is an American Broadcast Journalist, Reporter, and Anchor who re-joined Fox 61 News as a co-anchor and political host with Al Terzi in August 2014 after working for two years as a news reporter for FOX CT (2010 – 2012). Bernstein also worked as a video producer, news reporter, general assignment reporter, and professor. She also worked at KYW-the CBS affiliate in Philadelphia from 2012-2014. While there, she reported on the aftermath of the Penn State Sex Abuse Scandal.
Jenn Bernstein Age
Bernstein was born in Simsbury, Connecticut, United States of America but her information about her exact date of birth is not yet revealed.
Jenn Bernstein Education
Bernstein is a graduate of Simsbury High School, she attended Union College in Schenectady, New York. She was also an Adjunct Graduate Journalism Professor at Quinnipiac University.
Jenn Bernstein Husband
On September 9, 2017, Bernstein got married to his husband Dominic Piccirillo through a wedding at The Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station in Haddam, Connecticut.
Jenn Bernstein Career
Jenn began her reporting profession at KYW-the CBS partner in Philadelphia from 2012-2014. While there, she provided details regarding the result of the Penn State Sex Abuse Scandal. She additionally dug in Atlantic City to cover arrangements for Hurricane Sandy. The day the tempest made landfall, she gave live reports from the shoreline, for KYW and WCBS in New York City, as waves beat Steel Pier and cataclysmic flooding put a significant part of the city submerged. Throughout the following couple of weeks, she secured Sandy’s pulverization. Accompanied by The National Guard, Jenn detailed from Long Beach Island on the tidy up endeavors. She completed a few live reports for CBS This Morning. Her work likewise circulated on CBS partners around the nation.
The Simsbury local functioned as a general task reporter for the station from 2010-2012. During that time, Jenn got an Emmy selection for a progression of stories she did on tormenting in schools. She likewise wound up covering serious climate occasions in her two years. She detailed live during the Blizzard of 2010.
In 2011, Jenn detailed from the shoreline in Fairfield when Tropical Storm Irene hit Connecticut. After two months, She was live on the Berlin Turnpike as the October Nor’Easter hammered the state, thumping out capacity to just about 900,000 homes in Connecticut. Jenn additionally centered around legislative issues, which included covering the 2010 crusade for Governor where Democrat Dan Malloy went head to head against Republican Tom Foley.