Dana Jacobson Biography
This is what you need to know about Dana Jacobson an American host and correspondent for CBS News. As of now, she is serving as a co-host for CBS This Morning Saturday.
However, Jacobson is an anchor & reporter for CBS Sports and CBS SportsNetwork. In 2015, she joined CBS News 2 years after she began working for CBS SportsNetwork.
She was named co-host of Cold Pizza and transitioned with the show as it became ESPN First Take in March 2005. Jacobson left First Take and returned to anchoring SportsCenter on December 30, 2011.
USA Today announced that she would leave ESPN when her contract expires at the end of April on March 27, 2012. Monday, April 30, 2012, was her final day at ESPN when she anchored the 6–8 p.m. ET SportsCenter.
Jacobson, along with long-time CBS correspondent Michelle Miller. Was named the new co-hosts of the Saturday edition of CBS This Morning on July 13, 2018.
Dana Jacobson Age
Jacobson was born on 5 November 1971 in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States. She is 49 years as of 2020.
Dana Jacobson Height
Jacobson stands at a height of 1.8 m.
Dana Jacobson Family – Parents – Siblings
Parents – Siblings
Jacobson was born and raised by her parents in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, in a Jewish family. She had one brother by the name of Mark.
Dana Jacobson Husband
Jacobson is a happily married woman to her cute husband Sean Grande. The two tied the knot in 2019. It’s not known whether they had any children.
Dana Jacobson Children
Jacobson has not revealed any information about her children. It’s not known whether she had any kid. Information about her children will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Dana Jacobson Education
Jacobson attended Valley High School and later joined Andover High School. She graduated from the University of Michigan.
Dana Jacobson Salary
Jacobson receives an annual salary of $75,000. This is according to the CBS anchor’s salary.
Dana Jacobson Net Worth
Jacobson has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100-$1 Million U.S dollars. Her career as an anchor is the primary source of her income.
Dana Jacobson Career
Jacobson’s first job was at WPBN/WTOM-TV, where she spent two years as a fill-in news anchor and weekend sports anchor, producer, and editor.
She Covered a wide range of professional sports. Including the NFL and NBA as a weekend sports anchor at KXTV-TV, ABC’s Sacramento affiliate station.
Jacobson also hosted KXTV’s News10 Red Zone. She
Served as a sports reporter for KXTV’s Monday Night Football show from 1996–1998.
However, she hosted The NBA Insiders, a weekly two-hour radio show for KHTK-AM from 2000–2002. As of now, Jacobson works for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network.
She’s a regular contributor on the NFL Today, and host on CBS’s We Need To Talk. Jacobson was honored by the Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation. As one of their Hall of Fame inductees in October 2018.
Dana Jacobson Awards
- 2000, Edward R. Murrow Award.
- 1998, National Headliner Award.