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Jenniffer Weigel

Jenniffer Weigel is an Emmy Award–winning reporter from Chicago. She began her broadcasting career in radio, then moved into television, filing entertainment reports for WGN before moving to CBS affiliate WBBM in Chicago. She was honored with an Emmy in 2000 for her on-camera reporting. In 2002 she started her own production company, JCW Productions, where she oversees the creation and production of entertainment programs, as well as feature stories for the Hallmark Channel series New Morning. She is also the author of Stay Tuned, I’m Spiritual, Dammit!, This Isn’t the Life I Ordered, and Psychics, Healers, and Mediums: A Journalist, a Road Trip, and Voices from the Other Side.
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