Dana Jacobson CBS, Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Nationality, Measurements, Parents, Husband

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Dana Jacobson Biography| Wikipedia

Dana Jacobson is a CBS News host and correspondent who currently co-hosts CBS Saturday Morning. She is also a CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network anchor and reporter. She began working for CBS News in 2015. Prior to that, Jacobson worked for ESPN from 2002 to 2012.

Dana Jacobson High school| College| Education

In Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, she attended Andover High School. She then went on to Valley High School in West Des Moines, Iowa, where she graduated in 1989. Jacobson earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and communications from the University of Michigan in 1993 and was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority.

Dana Jacobson Age

How old is Dana? She was born on November 5, 1971, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan the United States of America. She is 50 years old as of 2021.

Dana Jacobson Nationality

THE 50 years old journalist is an American national and citizen by birth, he was born in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United State of America. Dana is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry of Jewish.

Dana Jacobson Height| Measurements

Her height is not yet disclosed. Her information regarding her body measurements is currently under review and will be updated as soon as possible. ALSO READ: Alex Curry

Dana Jacobson Family| Parents

She was raised by his parents in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United State of America. Attempts to establish the identities of her family, her mother, and her father were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not known whether she has any siblings. We will keep you posted once we come across this information.

Dana Jacobson Husband| Married

Sean Grande, the play-by-play announcer for the Boston Celtics, proposed to Jacobson. On September 28, 2019, they married.

Dana Jacobson’s Net Worth

The talented journalist has amassed a modest wealth through the revenues of her job as an anchor/reporter and producer. However,  this includes her property, funds, and earnings. Her main source of income is his work as a journalist. Apparently, information about her net worth will be updated later.

Dana Jacobson Award

  • Edward R. Murrow Award (2000)
  • National Headliner Award (1998)

Dana Jacobson CBS Sports| Career

Jacobson is a CBS Saturday Morning co-host. Her work is frequently featured on CBS News platforms.
Jacobson has conducted a number of high-profile interviews, including exclusive profiles of Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant. She has also anchored coverage of the Missouri Duck Boat accident in 2018, reporting on sexual abuse cases uncovered at Ohio State University and The University of Michigan, and received special access to report from the USS Harry S. Truman to report on sailors reuniting with their families after months at sea. Since 2015, Jacobson, an award-winning journalist, has contributed to CBS News programs. She has been a substitute anchor for “CBS This Morning” and “CBS This Morning: Saturday,” as well as an anchor for CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news network.

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Jacobson has covered the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the ongoing investigation and aftermath of sexual abuse charges against former US gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, the efforts of two men to climb Mt. Everest, and a profile of parents biking across the country to support Gold Star families for CBS News. Jacobson has been with CBS since 2013 when she began working as a studio host for “Inside College Football” and “Inside College Basketball” on the CBS Sports Network. She has also worked as a sideline reporter for the NCAA tournament since 2015 and as a reporter for “The NFL Today.”

She was previously an anchor on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” and “ESPN First Take.” She also worked for ESPN as a reporter for NBA coverage and as a member of the on-air team covering the winter and summer X Games. Jacobson began her television career as an assignment editor at her hometown’s CBS affiliate in Detroit, Michigan. She transitioned to on-air reporting and anchoring in Traverse City, Michigan, and Sacramento, California, where she received National Headliner and Regional Edward R Murrow Awards for sports reporting.