Sasha Jones Biography, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth and NBC

Sasha Jones Biography

Sasha Jones is an American well known as an excited to be helping consumers with their problems as a part of the NBC 6 Responds team.

Sasha Jones Age

There is no information about her age, and the place he was born though she is an American by birth. She is said to be from Southfield, Michigan

Sasha Jones Family | Young

There is no information about Sasha’s family and how he was raised up. She has not shared any information about his parents and with their occupation, She has also not shared any information him having siblings or elder brothers and sisters

Sasha Jones Husband | Married

There is no information about Sasha having been married, she has not shared any information about him having married and has opted to keep silent about his personal life. She has also not shared any information about him having dated before.

Sasha Jones Education

She was enrolled at the Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI and later graduated in December 2010. She was later enrolled at the Lee Honors College.where she Majored in Film, Video, and Media Studies. Minors: English and Africana studies.

Sasha Jones Career | NBC

Sasha began her career as Investigative Reporter, WMC, Memphis, TN July 2014 – May 2018, she led the 10 o’clock reporter who specializes in in-depth coverage of breaking events where she Produced special series including a burglary prevention special, personal protection special, and an in-depth look at how Memphis’ homicide epidemic is impacting the city and  Broke the City Hall “Blacklist” which showed local activist on a city hall escort list leading multiple federal lawsuits

She later Reported as a KSLA, Shreveport, LA July 2012to July 2014 and Lead 10 o’clock reporter, she a well Created the enterprise series called “Sasha on the Streets” where I ran through Shreveport. speaking to our viewers leading to multiple investigations That earned her Employee of the month for my dedication to breaking stories before our

She as well Anchored, WXVT, Greenville, MS March 2011 to July 2012, she also reported as a one-man band on deadline and presented stories live daily, she also Covered the Great Flood of 2011 on the Mississippi River. she later Won an AP Award for best documentary series for a series on school segregation

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She as well anchored as a GPSU Anchor/Reporter, Public Media Network, Kalamazoo, December 2010 to March 2011 and as well got Responsible for the on-camera presentation of the news desk, feature stories, and interview segments for a monthly newsmagazine video program.

She was also Scheduled and conducted field interviews of the featured guest for future production planning and later Completed voice-over work for on-air news segments. She worked as a National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ), September 2009 to Present and as well alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Parliamentarian (AKA), March 2008-Present.

Sasha Jones Net Worth

Sasha estimated net worth is under review, there is no information about her net worth or salary but he is said to have been earning a huge salary from his work.

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Student Journalism Classes Going Strong, Poll Finds

Recent years have been bad news for journalists. For the first time since 2007, journalists were killed in the line of work on U.S. soil. National and local news outlets continue to lay off staff. And President Donald Trump famously declared the press to be the “enemy of the people.”

In many of the nation’s schools, though, student interest in journalism is growing or holding steady, according to a new survey by the Education Week Research Center.

In coordination with the Journalism Education Association, the research center surveyed nearly 500 journalism and media educators in 45 states. The survey was conducted in December 2018.

Respondents said participation in many school news outlets has grown in the past two years, with 44 percent of teachers reporting a rise in journalism class enrollment and more than 30 percent noticing an increase in students’ interest in majoring in journalism in college or pursuing a career in the field later in life. That compares with 33 percent who report a decrease in course enrollment and 21 percent seeing fewer students interested in staking a career in the field.

“This is this generation’s Watergate,” said Laura Widmer, the executive director of the National Scholastic Press Association, referring to the scandal that ultimately led to the downfall of President Richard M. Nixon, largely as the result of illegal actions uncovered by The Washington Post. “With President Trump, everyone is really in tune to the importance of a free press.”

Of the approximately 200 survey respondents who supplemented their answers with theories on why student interest has increased, 39 percent linked the results to the national political climate, which respondents variously referred to as current events, the Trump-era presidency, “fake news” accusations, and other attacks on media.