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Tyler Jankoski Biography

Tyler Jankoski is an American NBC5 First Alert Meteorologist. Jankoski joined the NBC5 First Alert Weather Team on January 2017 and is happy to be forecasting the weather in New England and northern New York.

Tyler Jankoski Age

Information about his age has not been updated yet.

Tyler Jankoski Personal Life

Tyler grew up in Bristol, Connecticut, and he’s been studying New England weather for more than a decade, especially a wintertime Nor’easters. Vermont’s the Northeast Kingdom is familiar territory for Tyler, as he’s spent many vacations in Cabot visiting family.

Tyler Jankoski Education

Tyler is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in meteorology.

Tyler Jankoski Career

Tyler Jankoski joined the NBC5 First Alert Weather Team on January 2017 and is happy to be forecasting the weather in New England and northern New York. A member of the American Meteorological Society, Tyler is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, which is a mark of professional distinction and recognition. He is no stranger to the ever-changing New England weather patterns. Out of college, he jumped at the opportunity to work as a meteorologist in western Massachusetts at WGGB-TV. After that, he worked for nearly two years at NBC Connecticut.

Tyler has volunteered at the Little League Baseball Eastern Regional Tournament in Bristol, Connecticut. He is passionate about his volunteer work and enjoys public address announcing, along with all operational aspects of the one-week event in August. The tournament has hosted many teams from the Burlington area over the years.

Tyler Jankoski Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $million, but the amount is yet to reveal and is still under review. His major source of income is his journalism career where he is working for years. According to some sources, a Journalist earns an average salary of $61k. Whereas a best news reporter makes the salary that ranges from $75k to $80k.

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Jankoski is an American NBC5 First Alert Meteorologist, he joined the NBC5 First Alert Weather Team on January 2017.

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Published: Jul 21, 2019

Source: www.mynbc5.com

If there was any doubt that the 2019 box office belonged to the Walt Disney Co., this weekend put an end to it. Not only did its photo-realistic remake of “The Lion King” devour opening weekend records for the month of July and PG-rated films, but “Avengers: Endgame” also crept past “Avatar” to become the highest-grossing film of all time. This weekend, “The Lion King” roared into 4,725 North American theaters, where it grossed a stunning $185 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. Although reviews were mixed for Jon Favreau’s remake of the 1994 animated film, audiences still turned out in droves to hear the A-list voice cast, from Beyoncé to Donald Glover, and see the innovative technology that made the film possible. “We’ve had a spectacular run this weekend,” said Cathleen Taff, Disney’s president of distribution. “We really did know we had something special with (“The Lion King”), given its popularity with fans of all ages.”

Industry experts had pegged “The Lion King” for a $150 million opening, which turned out to be far too modest a projection. Instead, with $185 million, Disney got a few records to boast about: It’s the ninth-biggest opening of all time, a July record (unseating “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2”) and a PG-rating record (taking over from “The Incredibles 2”). It’s the second time this year a beloved Disney brand has overwhelmed a tepid critical response. “Aladdin,” which is still in the top 10 after nine weeks in theaters, has made $989 million globally. “Certain brands have so much goodwill and equity,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for Comscore. “Reviews clearly didn’t matter at all.”

This is just the latest in a long string of wins for Disney, which now holds five of the top six spots for the year. It’s evident even in this weekend’s charts. Five weeks in, “Toy Story 4” is still at No. 3 with an additional $14.6 million (behind “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” which slipped to second in its third weekend with $21 million). The Pixar sequel has grossed $859.4 million globally. “Aladdin” is in seventh place, with $3.8 million. And then there is “Avengers: Endgame,” which didn’t make the top 10, but that hardly matters. With $1.5 million globally added this weekend, it surpassed “Avatar’s” all-time record, not accounting for inflation. “Avatar” grossed $2.789 billion worldwide, and “Avengers: Endgame” is currently at $2.79 billion. “‘Endgame’ finally did it,” Taff said. “It’s a huge achievement.”

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige previewed that this was a sure-thing Saturday night at San Diego Comic-Con. “You have to shout-out to Mr. James Cameron, who held that title for a long time,” Feige said. “If you adjust for inflation, he still holds the title, and he’ll probably get the title again as soon as he puts out another movie. But for right now … ‘Avengers: Endgame’ is the biggest film of all time.” This weekend helped knock the year-to-date deficit from 9.1% back to 7.2%. “That’s what a massive Disney debut will do for the box office,” Dergarabedian said. “You’ve got to give some credit to the holdovers that are doing quite well, like ‘Yesterday.’