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Jane Wallace (journalist)

Jane Wallace is an American journalist. She was correspondent for CBS News as well as the news magazine West 57th.[1]

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Wallace was one of the first female graduates of Yale College. While there, she also worked part-time at TV stations in Washington, DC.[2]


After graduating college, she was an on-the-air reporter for a station in New Haven, Connecticut. Wallace was sent to Central America in the 80s by CBS. During her time at CBS, she covered two international stories, the exposition of US government's mining of a Nicaraguan harbor and the hiring of drug-smuggling pilots from the CIA. She also covered the riots in Haiti.[2]

In 1994, she hosted the half hour news program Under Scrutiny with Jane Wallace on the new fX cable television channel.[3]


Wallace has a younger sister named Susan (Suki) Wallace who used to work at a TV station in Chicago. She is now a reporter at NBC's South Florida affiliate, WTVJ.[2]


  1. ^ Park, Jeannie (February 5, 1990). "Once a Hard-Driven TV Reporter, Jane Wallace Adopts a Baby—and a New Life as a Single Mom". People. Retrieved 26 February 2010.
  2. ^ a b c Jordan, Pat. "Broadcast Blues Jane Wallace Was A Rising Star At Cbs News Until A Reckless Affair, Backbiting Colleagues And A Self-destructive Nature Led To Her Prime-time Plunge". Sun Sentinel. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  3. ^ Keveney, Bill. "Wallace Goes With The Flow On `Scrutiny'". Hartford Courant. Retrieved December 30, 2013.

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