Jeff's broadcasting career started 'down the shore' at Channel 40 in Atlantic City, New Jersey as the weekend sports anchor. After a year and a half at WMGM-TV, Jeff headed to Syracuse, New York where he was the weekend sportscaster at WSTM-TV. From there it was off to the Midwest, Jeff joined KMOV-TV in St. Louis in 2006 where he covered the Cardinals' pennant chase and World Series title. Jeff is originally from Bensalem, PA and graduated from Temple University in 2001 with a degree in broadcasting.
In his spare time, Jeff enjoys going to sporting events, concerts and comedy shows, as well as spending time at the shore and hanging out with friends.
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