Jennifer Janda

Digital Director

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jjanda@kwqc.com

 

Jenn began working in TV news in 2000. She quit her internship of researching Britney Spears references to learn how to edit in Jacksonville, Florida. After a year in an edit bay, she turned her attention to producing. She worked for WJAX in Jacksonville before moving to WSFA in Montgomery, Alabama. She and her husband then moved back to Jacksonville where she worked for WTLV. She and her husband moved to the Quad Cities in 2013. She joined KWQC as the 6 pm producer before taking over as Executive Producer.

Jenn is happily married to a man who makes her delicious dinners, which is great, because she can’t cook. She and her husband have a son named Jett and a dog named Gryff. They like to spend their weekends going on hikes at Wildcat Den and the Maquoketa Caves. She also hosts daily musical education lessons to neighborhood children while on the drive to school in the morning. From Ella Fitzgerald to the Beastie Boys, she’s always singing.

In her free time, she likes naps, binge watching Netflix and always has her head in a book. Book suggestions are appreciated.


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