Jackie Paige is WWJ Newsradio 950′s mid-day anchor on weekdays.
Paige spent nearly 20 years working as morning news anchor, reporter, traffic reporter and weather forecaster on WJBK FOX 2. She brings extensive experience in general assignment and investigative news writing, reporting and anchoring, and has earned awards from Hour Detroit Magazine, Metro Times and the Detroit Free Press. Most recently Paige hosted “The Jackie Paige Show” on Talk Radio 1270 WXYT. Previously she served as an anchor, reporter and producer of regional radio news programs on Michigan Radio WUOM – the NPR affiliate.
Paige is active in various local charities and has been named an Ambassador to the Judson Center. She supports Gleaners Food Bank, among other local organizations, and hosts a variety of fundraising events supporting children and families.
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