Jordyn Jagolinzer - 2020 look

Jordyn Jagolinzer has been a part of the Western Mass News team for four years. She is excited to have transitioned from mornings to evenings anchoring the 4, 5, 6, 10 & 11PM newscasts.

A graduate and Dean's List student of Penn State University, she received her bachelors degree in journalism with a concentration in broadcasting. She graduated with three minors in Spanish, Business, and International Studies.

Jordyn also attended the University of Alicante in Alicante, Spain which is where she completed her Spanish minor.

Prior to beginning her journey at Western Mass News she was a reporter and anchor for the Emmy award-winning Centre County Report. Jordyn reported on a variety of topics from Pennsylvania's growing opioid epidemic to unsafe drinking water conditions.

She worked as an intern at WPRI-TV and WJAR-TV in Providence, RI and hosted and produced her own program on local cable access channel 9 in Seekonk, MA.

When she's not spending the night with you, you can find her volunteering for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hampden County, trying a new wine for her fan-favorite Wine Down segment, or traveling to a new place having been to more than 20 countries in the world!

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