Longtime broadcaster, Jenna Wolfe, joins FS1 as host of FIRST THINGS FIRST, bringing a wealth of journalistic experience to the live studio show.
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A fixture on national television for nearly a decade, Wolfe served as a correspondent on NBC’s “Today” show and an anchor on “Weekend Today” from 2007 to 2015. While reporting on the weekend’s biggest stories, she also served as the show’s first-ever fitness and lifestyle correspondent. Following her “Today” tenure, Wolfe continued to build her brand around personal fitness, writing a book and creating an online show devoted to personal well-being.
Wolfe has an extensive background in sports broadcasting, spending three years as a sports reporter at WABC New York from 2004 to 2007, following two years at MSG Network where she hosted the network’s flagship program “MSG SportsDesk.” In 2001, Wolfe became Philadelphia’s first female sportscaster on local broadcast television while at WPHL, following five years of sports reporting at various stations in upstate New York.
A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Wolfe moved to the United States with her family in 1989. She graduated from SUNY-Binghamton with Bachelor of Arts degrees in French and English. She is also fluent in French and Creole.