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Dana Tyler is a news anchor and reporter at WCBS-TV in New York City, where she anchors the station’s 6 PM newscast. In addition, Tyler hosts Eye on New York, a half-hour weekly community affairs program for WCBS, as

 

Dana Tyler Biography

Dana Tyler is a news anchor and reporter at WCBS-TV in New York City, where she anchors the station’s 6 PM newscast. In addition, Tyler hosts Eye on New York, a half-hour weekly community affairs program for WCBS, as well as several annual local specials: CBS 2 at Tonys, CBS 2 at the Met and Tunnel to Towers Run. Tyler first joined WCBS as a weekend anchor and a reporter on July 16, 1990.

Dana Tyler Age

She was born on in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. November 24, 1958. She is 60 years old as of 2018.

Dana Tyler Height

She has a standing height of 5 feet 6 inches. Her body weight is not known. She has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. Furthermore, there are no details regarding her body measurements.

Dana Tyler Family

The American reporter was born on November 24, 1958, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.  She spent her childhood in Worthington Ohio. Her father shifted from Florida to Worthington Ohio along with his family for his better job opportunities. Details concerning her siblings are not disclosed.

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Dana Tyler Relationship

Have you been asking yourself who is the American anchor and reporter dating? according to our research, she is reported to be single after her long-haul boyfriend Phil Collins; an English drummer, left her to nurse her broken hearts. They both started dating each other in mid-2006. At first, the two were very secretive, and the relation was only confirmed four years after they began dating. After eight years of togetherness, her ex-boyfriend, Phil Collins announced that he would be leaving Dana to return to his ex-wife, Orianne Cevey to whom he had divorced just a year before he and Dana got together.

Dana Tyler Rumors and Controversy

She was in rumors about her relationship with different guys. Although it has not been cleared because she doesn’t want to discuss her private life and relationship in media. The reporter was once in the rumor that she split up with her long-term relationship Phil Collins because of her Facebook status.

Dana Tyler Education

Dana attended Worthington High School in Worthington, Ohio. Later she got a scholarship and graduated from Boston University when she specialized in journalism. After which she started her career.

Dana Tyler Career

She began her career at WBNS-TV in Columbus. Later she moved to WCBS as the anchor and reporter of weekend shows. After that, she reported for newscast at 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. Tyler was part of a first African-American team to anchor a newscast. She has also worked with many best-known TV anchors. She has worked alongside Brian Williams, Ernie Anastos, John Johnson, Michele Marsh, Ira Joe Fisher, and Roz Abrams. Roz Abrams was replaced by Tyler, who had replaced her a few years prior. She also guests starred herself on Everybody Loves Raymond in one episode. Tyler also had a cameo in the Woody Allen film Small Time Crooks as a television reporter.

Dana Tyler Net Worth

The American reporter has an estimated net worth of $2 Million but her salary is not revealed yet but we will keep you updated when we come across any details concerning her salary.

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CBS2 news anchor Dana Tyler keynote speaker at Arts & Culture Empowerment Awards in Norwalk

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Photo: Cultural Alliance Of Fairfield County / Contributed Photo

CBS2 news anchor Dana Tyler will be this year’s keynote speaker at the fourth annual Arts & Culture Empowerment (ACE) Awards Breakfast June 5 at the Shore and Country Club in Norwalk. The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County (CAFC) has announced that Dana Tyler, Emmy-award winning CBS2 news anchor, will be this year’s keynote speaker at the fourth annual Arts & Culture Empowerment (ACE) Awards. The ACE Awards Breakfast will take place on Wednesday, June 5, from 7:30 to 9 a.m., at the Shore and Country Club in Norwalk.

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ACE celebrates individuals, organizations and businesses in Fairfield County who have made significant contributions to the Fairfield County community through arts and culture, or who have enriched the arts and culture sector through volunteerism or patronage.“We’re delighted to have Dana join us this year to deliver the keynote address at the 2019 ACE Awards and honor these arts and cultural champions from across our region who have enhanced our community through their passion for the arts, dedication to education, and sharing of their many talents,” CAFC Executive Director Angela Whitford, said in a news release.

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Tyler recently mark her 28th year at CBS 2 in New York City. She started her journalism career at WBNS Channel 10 in her native Columbus, Ohio. In 1990, Tyler’s talent and enthusiasm took her from the nation’s 34th-biggest market to the biggest, joining WCBS as a weekend anchor. She quickly moved up to the 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts in 1993, putting her alongside some of the best-known television news anchors in New York.

Tyler is passionate about the arts and has done countless stories and interviews on the Broadway industry and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, including the annual broadcasts “CBS2 at the Tonys,” and “CBS2 at the Met.”In addition to general assignment reporting and feature stories, she also hosted the “Tunnel to Towers Run” and participated in CBS2 sponsored events, such as the Susan G. Komen “Race for the Cure” that raises awareness about breast cancer. She has also served for more than a decade on the Board of Trustees of Learning Leaders, the 7,000-member volunteer organization which was dedicated to the education of New York City public school students.

Tyler received The New York Association of Black Journalists Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014, an honorary Doctor of Letters degree from St. John’s University, the Alumni Award for Distinguished Service from Boston University and numerous Emmy Awards.The 2019 ACE Awards recipients:

ACE Artist Award: Jane Dávila, a fiber and mixed-media artist who incorporates many printmaking techniques in her work. She teaches printmaking, surface design, and art business workshops across the U.S., as well as internationally. Dávila works from a studio at the NEST Arts Factory in Bridgeport, where she is also the Managing Director.

ACE Citizen Award: Nick Visconti, a Westport-based philanthropist, serving on the board of directors of the Drew Friedman  Community Arts Center Foundation, which has provided financial support to Westport Arts Collective, Westport Historical Society, Westport Arts Center, preservation groups and many other cultural institutions.

ACE Corporate Award: Cohen and Wolf, P.C., which prides itself on its active involvement in the community, serving leadership roles in more than 100 organizations, associations, commissions, and boards throughout the area.

ACE Educator Award: Gina Scarpa, the Director of Education at Center Stage and founder of the Center Stage Education Center, which serves over 115 students from across Fairfield County and beyond each semester. She oversees all classes, camp programs and staff both at Center Stage and at area schools.

ACE Nonprofit Award: Founded in 2011, INTEMPO provides high-quality music education to children predominantly from immigrant or first-generation backgrounds and from communities under-represented in the arts, empowering them to leverage these skills to achieve life success.