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Jane Robelot has served as co-anchor of CBS News This Morning since its debut in August 1996. She joined CBS News as co-anchor of the CBS Morning News in March 1995 and was named news reader for This Morning in October 1995.
Robelot also served as a New York-based correspondent, reporting for various CBS News broadcasts. While in this position, she received an Emmy award for coverage of the Yitzhak Rabin assassination. She also reported live from the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City immediately after the bombing.
Robelot joined CBS News from WCAU-TV Philadelphia, where she had been co-anchor of the 11:00 PM news since April 1992. In February 1991, she was named co-anchor of the station's 6:00 PM news.
Robelot joined WCAU-TV in October 1990 as a general assignment reporter. She covered many major stories, including the 1992 presidential election and Hurricane Andrew. She also traveled to Rome to cover the elevation of Philadelphia's archbishop, Anthony Bevilacqua, to cardinal, and wrote and produced a 30-minute special about the weeklong celebration.
In September 1983, Robelot became an anchor and reporter for WSPA-TV, the CBS affiliate in Spartanburg, South Carolina. While there, she covered stories including the 1988 presidential election, the inauguration of President George Bush, Hurricane Hugo, and Pope John Paul II's visit to South Carolina.
Robelot began her broadcasting career at WCCP-AM Radio, Clemson, South Carolina, as the news and sports director and reporter.
Robelot was born Oct. 9, 1960 in Greenville, South Carolina. She graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor's degree in economics.