Janet Wu WCVB, Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth, Homeward Bound

Janet Wu (Reporter) Biography & Wikipedia

Janet Wu is an American Emmy-winning political and investigative reporter¬†and TV presenter. She currently works for WCVB as the co-host of “On The Record” which airs at 11 AM every Sunday of the week.

Janet Wu’s Age, Birthday, Nationality, and Ethnic Background

How old is Janet Wu? Janet is currently 73 years old, born in 1950 in, Bridgewater Township, New Jersey, United States of America. Moreover, she celebrates her birthday yearly, however, the exact date and month are not publicly known. Moreover, the Bridgewater native holds American nationality. But, her ethnic background is yet to be determined.

Janet Wu Height, Weight, and Other Body Measurements

Janet Wu Reporter
Janet Wu Reporter

Wu stands at an estimated height of 5ft 5in (Approx. 1.65 m). However, her other measurements which also include body weight are publicly not present at the moment. READ MORE: Julia Boorstin CNBC, Bio, Age, Salary, Husband, Children, Wiki, Height, and Net Worth

Janet Wu Husband/Spouse and Children

Wu is married to Adams P. Carroll. The duo is with two children namely Quincy and Bailey. Janet and her family stay in Boston Massachusetts.

Janet Wu WCVB

Wu is currently the co-host of “On The Record,” on WCVB networks. She works together with Ed Harding as her fellow co-host. “On The Record” is a roundtable discussion of Massachusetts politics that voices every Sunday morning at 11 AM weekly. Prior thereto, Wu worked with NewsCenter 5 which is a WCBV affiliate as a Massachusetts political journalist for more than 3 decades.

Prior to joining Channel 5, Wu worked as the State House correspondent for WGBH-TV, Boston’s TV station. She additionally served as a correspondent for United Press International.

Janet received a distinguished Emmy award which was given by the National Academy of TV Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Boston/New England chapter at the 2015 Emmy Awards.

Additionally, Wu received an award for the Continuing Coverage on the “No Time Limit” group which validated her work on the WCVB’S political reporting during the 2014 campaign period. It was an in-progress enterprise called “Commitment 2014.”

Furthermore, Janet received the ‘Inspiration Award’ presented by the Asian Community Development Corporation for her exemplary job as a political correspondent in 2015.

Wu was introduced to the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2010 after being honored with a Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Emerson College in 2011. Additionally, Janet was part of the group honored on many instances with the desired Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Political Journalism by WCVB.

Wu was additionally awarded climax honors in the Associated Press Investigative category as well as the reputable Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Reporting in 1998, for her coverage of “Public Property, Private Lies”. Nonetheless, the NewsCenter 5 political group was awarded a First Place National Headliners Award as well as a Murrow Award in 1989 for the best political reporting in the nation.

Janet Wu Education Background

Wu received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She is eloquent in the Cantonese language of Chinese.

Janet Wu Bloomberg

In 2018 April, Janet returned to her media job and was employed at Bloomberg as an anchor and a reporter

Homeward Bound Janet Wu

Janet is a declared essayist as well as an op-ed developer. Her essay named “Homeward Bound” was announced in The New York Times and materialized in descriptive writing texts such as “The Norton Sampler” and “Evergreen” which is a Guide to Writing with Readings.

Janet Wu Boston

Wu worked for 17 years at WHDH-TV (Channel 7) which is an NBC’s Boston affiliate as a general assignment reporter as well as a fill-in anchor. Janet wrote an essay that came out in “The Boston Globe”. The essay named “Marina Keegan and the gift of time” revied on the disastrous ill-timed death of Yale graduate Marina Keegan in 2012.

Janet Wu WHDH

We worked for 17 years at WHDH -a TV network which is an NBC Boston affiliate as a general assignment correspondent as well as a fill-in anchor until November 2015. Prior to working with WHDH-TV in 1996, Janet served as a weekday morning anchor for the KIRO-TV network in Seattle.

Prior thereto, she worked as the weekend anchor as well as a correspondent at KGMB in Honolulu, Hawaii. Additionally, Wu maneuvered her way to WFSB in Hartford, Connecticut where she worked while she was still studying in college.

Furthermore, Janet is as well an essayist as well as an op-ed developer. She is multilingual, she speaks Chinese, Spanish, English as well as Mandarin. In 2015 November, Wu departed from WHDH-TV to carry on with her welfare job and to tutor at Emerson College

Janet Wu Salary

Wu as a renowned political journalist, reporter as well as and investigative correspondent at WCVB earns a salary of $ 98,578 per year.

Janet Wu’s Net Worth

Wu s an award-winning journalist, political reporter as well as and investigative correspondent. Janet has managed to accumulate a net worth of $ 2 Million.