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Jane Hanson Biography, Age, Height, Host, Family and Nationwide

Jane Hanson Biography

Jane Hanson formerly co-hosted New York Live (formerly called LX New York) on NBC-TV in New York. She joined WNBC-TV in September 1979. She hosted the Emmy Award-winning  Jane. Hanson’s New York on WNBC-TV. She became a host in 2003 after serving as co-anchor of Today in New York from 1988-2003. She was let go by WNBC on November 15, 2006.

Jane has won nine Emmy Awards and brings more than 30 years of reporting experience to LX New York. She spent 27 of those years at NBC, where she began as an anchor and correspondent for WNBC New York in 1979. In 1988, Jane was named co-anchor of Today in New York, a position she held until 2003 when she became the station’s primary anchor for local programming and the host of Jane’s New York.

Jane Hanson Age

Jane is 64 years as of 2019, she was born on December 9, 1955. She celebrates her birthday on December 9th. Jane will be turning 65 years as of December 9, 2020.

Jane Hanson Height

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Jane Hanson Family

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Jane Hanson Education

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Jane Hanson Career

She hosted the Emmy Award-winning Jane Hanson’s New York on WNBC-TV. She became a host in 2003 after serving as co-anchor of Today in New York from 1988-2003. She was let go by WNBC on November 15, 2006.”She has won nine Emmy Awards and brings more than 30 years of reporting experience to LX New York.

She spent 27 of those years at NBC, where she began as an anchor and correspondent for WNBC New York in 1979. In 1988, Jane was named co-anchor of Today in New York, a position she held until 2003 when she became the station’s primary anchor for local programming and the host of Jane’s New York.

Hanson has served as a fill-in newsreader on The Today Show for John Palmer, Deborah Norville, Faith Daniels, Margaret Larson, Matt Lauer, and Ann Curry from 1988 to 2003. In May 2007, AnswersMedia announced that Hanson was joining HealthAnswersTV as host of the video series The Answered Patient.

She returned to WNBC on February 15, 2010, as co-host, with Sara Gore, of its then 5 pm newscast LX New York, as it was then known. Hanson is a former president of the New York chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She lives with her husband and daughter on Long Island.

Jane Hanson Nationwide

Jane was awarded by Emmy award-winning television journalist and media presentation. She has spent over 30 years helping people learn to communicate better. Hanson focuses on three core elements: what you say, how you say it, and how your body language keeps it all in sync.

Among her clients: top tier leaders in finance, insurance, startups, pharma, technology, education, fashion, and media; publishers and editors in chief of numerous national magazines; internet entrepreneurs; chefs, sports figures and restaurateurs.

She hosts programs on cable channels and private satellite broadcasts, on health care to food to finance to religion. And she is a frequent speaker, emcee, and panel moderator.
Jane Hanson grew up on the prairies of rural Minnesota— coming to New York three decades ago where she began as an anchor and correspondent for WNBC.

In 1988, Jane became co-anchor of “Today in New York.”​ In 2003 she got her own show, “Jane’s New York.”​ She covered events ranging from the tragedy of 9/11 to the joy of Yankees victory parades to Wall Street and Washington; has interviewed presidents, business magnates, prisoners, and celebrities; traveled to the Gobi Desert of Mongolia and the great depths below New York City for her special reports.

Most recently she hosted a daily lifestyle program, New York Live, for NBC4. Jane has won 9 Emmy Awards. She’s been honored by New York’s Police Detectives, New York’s Firefighters, and numerous other groups.

Jane chaired the March of Dimes Walk-America, the Susan B. Komen Foundation’s “Race for the Cure”​; was a board member of Graham Windham, Phipps Houses, the Randall’s Island Sports Foundation, the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, and Telecare. She has taught courses at Long Island University, Stern College, and the 92nd St Y. Hanson was President of the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Jane Hanson

Who is Jane Hanson?

Jane Hanson formerly co-hosted New York Live (formerly called LX New York) on NBC-TV in New York. She joined WNBC-TV in September 1979. She hosted the Emmy Award-winning  Jane. Hanson’s New York on WNBC-TV. She became a host in 2003 after serving as co-anchor of Today in New York from 1988-2003. She was let go by WNBC on November 15, 2006.

How old is Jane Hanson?

Jane is 64 years as of 2019, she was born on December 9, 1955. She celebrates her birthday on December 9th. Jane will be turning 65 years as of December 9, 2020.

How tall is Jane Hanson?

Information concerning her height is not disclosed but will soon be updated when we come across details about her height.

Is Jane Hanson married?

Details about her love life are still under review. We will let you know when she gets in a relationship or when we discover helpful information about her love life.

How much is Jane Hanson worth?

Jane has not yet revealed her net worth. We will update this section when we get and verify information about the wealth and properties under her name.

Where does Jane Hanson live?

Because of security reasons, Jane has not shared his precise location of residence. We will immediately update this information if we get the location and images of her house.

Is Jane Hanson dead or alive?

Jane is alive and in good health. There have been no reports of her being sick or having any health-related issues.