Jane Robelot Biography
Jane Robelot is an American reporter and anchor currently working as a co-anchor for WYFF News 4 since 2017 but joined WYFF News 4 in January 2007 as a reporter. Jane has received many awards and recognition for her exemplary work in broadcasting. While at CBS News in New York, Jane won two National Emmy Awards for journalistic excellence, and a National Emmy nomination.
Jane Robelot Age
Robelot was born in October 1958, Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.
Jane Robelot Education
Robelot attended and graduated from Clemson University with a B.A. in Economics. She is a very active alumnus, having served on the President’s Advisory Board, and a founding member of the Board for the Center for the Visual Arts.
Jane Robelot Husband
Jane got married to a former combat cameraman with CBS News, Mario De Carvalho in 1998. She has also enjoyed a variety of special projects including co-hosting the Florida Citrus Sports parade in Orlando and moderating a panel discussion for the World Bank at their Washington, DC headquarters. She is a Riley Fellow and member of the Greenville Professional Women’s Forum.
Jane Robelot Children | Son
Jane and her husband Mario have a son, George Robelot De Carvalho (Born October 26, 1998)
Jane Robelot Career
During the 1980s, she worked at WSPA-TV in Spartanburg, South Carolina, at that point at then-CBS-claimed WCAU TV Philadelphia before moving to CBS. Subsequent to working for CBS News, she was the essential stay for WGCL-TV in Atlanta. A local of Greenville, South Carolina, where she moved on from Wade Hampton High School, and an alum of Clemson University, she is presently the 4 pm commentator WYFF-TV in Greenville, South Carolina. She is hitched and has one child.
During her residency at CBS, she won two national Emmy Awards. She additionally filled in as the daytime co-host of the Nagano Olympics with Mark McEwen.
Since coming back to South Carolina, Robelot and her significant other Mario DeCarvalho made Carolina Zoom Productions, a superior quality video organization.
At WYFF, Robelot chipped away at “Account: Pauls’ Gift” that managed a nearby man’s unexpected demise and his job in sparing three outsiders. This was finished with the collaboration of the Greenville Hospital System and LifePoint, South Carolina’s organ, and tissue recuperation office.
A TV exceptional was arranged alongside open administration declarations. The outcome was an expansion in enrollments for organ gifts in the state alongside national and global acknowledgment. Robelot got a George Foster Peabody Award in light of her endeavors.
Jane Robelot Awards
Jane has received many awards and recognition for her exemplary work in broadcasting. While at CBS News in New York, Jane won two National Emmy Awards for journalistic excellence, and a National Emmy nomination. And in 2009 she won the prestigious Peabody Award, as part of the WYFF News 4 team that produced the special, Chronicle: Paul’s Gift.