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Chris Jansing

                   
Chris Jansing
Born (1957-01-30) January 30, 1957 (age 55)
Fairport Harbor, Ohio
Other names Christine
Education Otterbein College in Ohio
Years active 1980 - Present

Christine 'Chris' Jansing (born Christine Kapostasy, January 30, 1957) is an American television news correspondent. She currently works for NBC News as host of Jansing and Company on MSNBC.

Jansing was born in Fairport Harbor, Ohio and is the youngest of twelve children of Joseph and Tilly Kapostasy, of Hungarian and Slovakian descent.

  Career

Chris Jansing first was exposed to journalism while doing college radio in Ohio. Originally a political science major, Jansing became hooked on journalism and switched majors to broadcast journalism and graduated from Otterbein College in Ohio in 1978. Jansing was a general assignment and an anchor reporter for WNYT in Albany, New York for 17 years. While there, she a New York Emmy Award in 1997 for her coverage of the Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta ("Kapostasy, DiNicola Earn New York Emmys," Albany NY Times-Union, April 29, 1997, p. C8).

In 1982, she married Robert Jansing, a chemist, who ran an analytical chemistry laboratory, and in 1998, upon her move to NBC, she began using her married name. She explained it was easier for viewers to pronounce ("Kapostasy Changing On-Air Name," Albany NY Times-Union, June 20, 1998, p. D6). She and her husband subsequently divorced, but she has continued to use the name "Chris Jansing" professionally.

Chris Jansing joined NBC News in June 1998 (Rob Owen, "WNYT After Kapostasy," Albany Times-Union, May 30, 1998, p. D7). She has since anchored and reported for MSNBC, and has been a substitute anchor for Today Show, and the Sunday version of NBC Nightly News.

Chris Jansing is currently anchor of the 10am hour on MSNBC weekdays on Jansing and Company, with Richard Lui regularly serving as a correspondent and substitute anchor.

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