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Jade Hanson

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Jade Hanson joined the WSLS team in June, 2013. She grew up in Mid-Michigan and spent her college years at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Jade graduated with a degree in Communications.

During her time in college, Jade had a variety of television jobs that began with reporting at her school television station. As an avid sports fan,  Jade ventured into the world of sports broadcasting where she began sideline reporting for Big Ten Network: Student U Programming.  Jade also spent time at several television stations around the country. Her first big move was to Los Angeles to work for HLN. The following summer, Jade worked for ESPN in Bristol, CT. She also spent a semester working in the Special Projects Unit at WXYZ in Detroit.

Jade is very enthusiastic about moving to Southwest Virginia and is excited to experience everything the Star City has to offer.

Jade loves hearing from viewers. If you have any story ideas or questions, you can email Jade at jhanson@wsls.com.

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