Jan D’Atri Profile
Jan D’Atri is an American Emmy award-winning television personality, radio talk show host, newspaper columnist, cookbook author, and owner of Jan D’Atri Gourmet Foods in Phoenix, Arizona. She co-hosts Arizona Midday on Channel 12 and creates cooking and lifestyle segments.
Jan D’Atri Career
D’Atri serves as the co-host at Channel 12 and creates cooking and lifestyle segments. She has the distinction of having appeared on television continuously for the longest period of time of any female in the Valley. Jan began her television career in 1976 as an anchor for KTVN Ch 2 in Reno, Nevada (CBS). In 1978, she became the first PM Magazine co-host in a small market, capturing a 48 share in its first year, making it the country’s highest-rated PM Magazine. Jan returned to KTVK Channel 3 in Phoenix in 1979 to co-host PM Magazine for the second time and stayed for the next 23 years.
Jan has hosted and produced seven television shows during her 30-year television career. In the categories of producing, writing, and hosting, she has received three Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards, the national Gabriel Award, and a Chicago International Film Festival honor. Her time at KTVK TV in Phoenix, Arizona led to the creation of her own one-hour syndicated television show, Southwest Style, which airs in 24 cities across eight states.
Jan D’Atri Career in the Food Industry|restaurant
D’Atri opened D’Atri Gourmet Foods in Arizona in 1990, armed with treasured family recipes, and began manufacturing and distributing a gourmet line of Italian Sausages and Biscotti. Jan has since developed an upscale brand of Italian cookies under the Momma and Me label, which she sells on QVC on a regular basis. Jan added restaurateur to her resume in 2001 when she opened D’Atri’s Cinema Paradiso in Scottsdale, a quaint and casual 14-table eatery that was named one of Arizona’s Top 100 Restaurants. D’Atri’s At The Scottsdale Airport, Jan’s second restaurant, incorporated fine dining and quickly became known for its elegant Tuscan atmosphere, magnificent view of the runway, and “Best Of Phoenix” homemade Panini sandwiches.
Jan and her mother Livia co-wrote their first cookbook, Momma & Me & You, in 2006, which chronicles Livia’s original recipes and stories from her own gourmet Italian restaurant, D’Atri’s at Lake Tahoe, which became a favorite gathering spot for celebrities during the 1950s. The cookbook sold out during its initial airing on QVC. “Rescued Recipes,” the second cookbook, was released two years later.
Jan D’Atri Age
D’Atri’s age is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life private. It is therefore not known how old D’Atri is or when she celebrates her birthday. However, she might be in her 50s.
Quick Facts About Jan D’Atri
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Jan D’Atri Height
D’Atri stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 5 inches.
Jan D’Atri Family
D’Atri collaborated with her mother collaborated in 2006 on their first cookbook, Momma & Me & You, which chronicles Livia’s original recipes and stories from her gourmet Italian restaurant, D’Atri’s at Lake Tahoe, which became a favorite gathering spot for celebrities during the 1950s.
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Jan D’Atri Salary
Being one of the top journalists for 12 News, D’Atri earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Jan D’Atri Net Worth
D’Atri has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a television personality, radio talk show host, newspaper columnist, cookbook author, and owner of Jan D’Atri Gourmet Foods in Phoenix, Arizona.
Jan D’Atri 12 News
At 12 News D’Atri works alongside;
- Alexa Block
- Hunter Bassler
- Destry Jetton
- Chierstin Susel
- Vanessa Ramirez
- Kristen Keogh
- Jamie Kagol
- Cameron Cox
- Matt Yurus
- Trisha Hendricks
- Brahm Resnik
- Mitch Carr
- Rachel Cole
- Mark Curtis
- Jessica Suerth