Jericka Duncan is an American journalist who currently works for CBS News as a reporter. The Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists named her Journalist of the Year in 2012. On “CBS Evening News,” the journalist made headlines when she revealed offensive text messages sent by Jeff Fager.
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Every year on August 12th, Jericka Duncan, 38, celebrates her birthday.
Jericka is the eldest of her parents’ three children. She adores her family and is constantly posting beautiful pictures of them on social media. She also posts about how much she adores her father and mother, as well as how much she adores her younger brother and sister.
Jericka received her education at Ohio University’s Zanesville Campus, where she graduated in 2005 with a degree in Communication.
Are You Married To Your Husband? Concerning Baby
Jericka Duncan frequently sends photographs to her daughter. However, she has not revealed the identity of her daughter’s father.
As a result, questions about her married life, husband, and other personal details remain unanswered.
However, based on her social media posts, it is clear that she adores her daughter. In her spare time, she also enjoys running and reading.
Jericka Duncan started her career as a reporter in Elmira, New York, shortly after graduating in 2005.
She covered the search for Ralph “Bucky” Philips while working there. In 2007, she received the New York State Broadcasters Association Award for Best Spot News Coverage.
In 2007, she moved to Buffalo, New York, to work for CBS affiliate WIVB. She worked as a reporter for three years there.
She joined another CBS affiliate, KYW TV in Philadelphia, in 2010, where she covered several major stories, including Hurricane Irene in 2011 and Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
The Jeff Fager vs. CBS Scandal
Jericka joined CBS News as a news correspondent and reporter in 2013. She has since covered a number of critically important national issues.
Duncan broke the story of former “60 Minutes” anchor Jeff Fager’s abusive behavior on Wednesday’s edition of “CBS Evening News.” She read Jeff’s text message aloud:“If you repeat these false accusations with no evidence to back them up, you will be responsible for harming me…there are people who lost their jobs trying to harm me…that will become a serious problem.”
Later, CBS News president David Rhodes revealed that Fager’s employer fired him for violating company policy.
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