Chris Jansing Biography
Birthday: January 30, 1957 (Aquarius)
Born In: Fairport Harbor, Ohio
Chris Jansing, born as Christine Ann Kapostasy, is an American journalist. She currently serves as the senior national correspondent for NBC News’ cable division MSNBC as a breaking news anchor. Earlier she served the network as its senior White House correspondent. She has also hosted the MSNBC show titled ‘Jansing and Company’ in the past. Talking about Jansing’s awards and honors, she received an Emmy Award for covering the 1996 Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta. Also, The New York State Broadcasters Association once awarded the journalist the "Best Person" award for the latter’s report on hunger in New York State. In July 2016, she became an inductee of the New York State Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame. On a personal note, Jansing is a divorcee. However, she continues to use her former husband’s surname even after their separation. The beautiful and charming journalist loves to cook desserts in her leisure time. Besides this, she likes to update her social media profiles in her free time.