Dan Jaehnig Profile
Dan Jaehnig is an American Emmy Award-winning news anchor/reporter working for WJAR-TV NBC 10 in Providence, Rhode Island. He is thrilled to work with the WJAR news team.
Dan Jaehnig Education
Dan, a 2004 graduate of Suffolk University, received the University’s Outstanding Alumni Award. He is currently an adjunct professor at Suffolk University, where he teaches broadcast journalism and online journalism. Dan’s energetic and one-of-a-kind approach to teaching has made him popular among the students he has helped find jobs as journalists.
Dan Jaehnig Career
Jaehnig serves at NBC 10 as the prime evening anchor at NBC 10 News, where he co-anchors NBC 10 News at 5, 5:30, 7, 10, and 11. He is a six-time Emmy Award winner and the Edward R. Murrow Award winner for journalism excellence in field anchoring and reporting on the Boston Marathon bombings. Dan is NBC 10 News’ prime evening anchor, co-anchoring NBC 10 News at 5, 5:30, 7, 10, and 11. For several years, including most recently in 2019, Rhode Island Monthly readers voted him Best Evening Anchor.
Dan is hands-on and invested in each newscast. He brings energy and experience to every story he reports, and he is well-known in his field for anchoring major events and breaking news. His interest in news has taken him from President Ronald Reagan’s funeral in Washington to Martha’s Vineyard, where JFK Jr.’s plane crashed, to Ireland for a special series on New England’s Irish roots. He was at Fenway Park when the Red Sox won the historic World Series at home, and he was in Indianapolis when the Patriots won the Super Bowl in 2012. Dan’s journalism career has also resulted in reports in which he exposed government corruption, confronted Mafia members, and flew with the Blue Angels.
Jaehnig returned to NBC 10 in 2008 after working for WFXT in Boston for five years as an anchor and reporter. He received two Emmy Awards for best reporter and two Emmy Awards for best producer while at WFXT. Jaehnig received two Emmy Awards for best reporter and two Emmy Awards for breaking news coverage while at WFXT. He has also won Emmys for his investigative reporting and news writing.
Jaehnig is dedicated to his community and has received recognition for his volunteer efforts from a number of organizations, including the Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center, The Fund for Community Progress, Inspiring Minds, Tides Family Services, Meals on Wheels, Citizens Bank Champions in Action, The American Heart Association of Southern New England, and the LLS Society of Rhode Island. He served on the Phoenix House Board of Directors from 2013 to 2017. Dan is a sought-after motivational speaker who addresses organizations on a regular basis. Jaehnig is a sought-after motivational speaker who addresses groups and schools throughout New England.
Quick Facts About Dan Jaehnig
|Full Name||Dan Jaehnig|
|Age||51 years old as of 2021|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Dan Jaehnig Age
Jaehnig was born on November 29 1970 in Quincy, Mass, United States. He is 51 years old as of 2021. He celebrates his birthday on the 29th of November every year.
Dan Jaehnig Height
Jaehnig stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches ( 1.75m).
Dan Jaehnig Family/ Siblings
Jaehnig has six brothers and his dad was a coach. One of his brothers was a drug addict and passed on in 2010 at the age of 43. He also has an aunt by the name of Mary Anne Keeley Grace. Information about the names of his parents and siblings will be updated when available.
Dan Jaehnig Wife/ Twin Daughters
Dan is a husband and father of twin daughters who enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He enjoys hiking, kayaking, and other outdoor activities.
Dan Jaehnig Salary
Being one of the top journalists for NBC10, Jaehnig earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Dan Jaehnig’s Net Worth
Jaehnig has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an anchor.
Dan Jaehnig NBC10
At NBC10 Jaehnig works alongside;
- Kelly Bates
- Alison Bologna
- R.J. Heim
- Mario Hilario
- Joe Kayata
- Anthony Macari
- Tim McKone
- Tamara Sacharczyk
- Barbara Morse
- Mark Searles
- Gene Valicenti
- Emily Volz
- Rosie Woods
- Patrice Wood