Jackie De Tore co-anchors FOX43 News First at 4. You can also catch her business, consumer and breaking news reports on FOX43.

Pennsylvania has been Jackie’s home for a few years. Before coming to Central PA, she was a reporter for WNEP in Scranton. Jackie covered everything from the manhunt for accused cop killer Eric Frien to breaking the biggest real estate fraud investigation in the state.

Prior to working in Pennsylvania, Jackie was an anchor/reporter in Bangor, Maine.

A Long Island, New York native, Jackie graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. During her senior year, she was ABC’s “On The Red Carpet” journalist at the 84th Annual Academy Awards. Jackie reported from the Oscar’s red carpet and interviewed stars like Meryl Streep, Tina Fey and, her personal favorite, George Clooney. (He called her great. She’s still not over it.)

When she’s not working, you can find Jackie on the couch immersed in a Netflix marathon, attempting to train her rescue dog Shea or hopelessly rooting for her favorite teams: the Mets and Jets.

A social media addict, Jackie loves connecting with viewers on Twitter and Facebook. If you have a story idea or just want to say hello, give her a follow, like or email at jdetore@fox43.com.


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    HARRISBURG, Pa –In today’s fast-paced world, we sometimes want our technology to know what we’re thinking. smart TVs are a step closer to that. Those televisions have application software that let them do more than just change a channel- like connect to the internet, apps or even your phone. Andrew hacker, a cyber security expert at Harrisburg University, says those TVs also keep track of your viewing habits. “What you were clicking, what channels you were watching, how long you […]

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    Give back for free with the Give Back Box

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