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Jonas Schwartz Biography, Height, Age, News , Net Worth, Career, Family and Education

Jonas Schwartz is the host of SportsNet New York’s Jets pre and post game live shows. Additionally, he took on the role of hosting the networks signature studio show Sportsnite in March of

 

Jonas Schwartz Biography

Jonas Schwartz is the host of SportsNet New York’s Jets pre and post game live shows. Additionally, he took on the role of hosting the networks signature studio show Sportsnite in March of 2019. Previously he hosted Daily News Live, a role he took on upon joining the network in 2009.

Schwartz was sports anchor on Weekend Today in New York on WNBC and host of “Press Box” airing Sunday mornings on NBC’s Universal Sports Channel. He joined WNBC in 2005 after leaving the sports anchor position of Sinclair Broadcast Group’s News Central. Schwartz is a graduate of Hobart College and was Sports Director of WEOS-FM while at school. He worked as a play-by-play announcer for the school’s teams, including the Football, Soccer, Basketball, Hockey, and Lacrosse teams. He also broadcast Men’s Lacrosse games for the NCAA.

Schwartz attended Syracuse University for his graduate degree, at Newhouse. Upon graduation, he went west to Pocatello, Idaho where he worked at KIDK-TV. He moved on to Salt Lake City, where he was a reporter/anchor for the local Fox Affiliate, KSTU-Fox 13. In February 2007, Schwartz joined SportsNet New York as an anchor and reporter, in addition to his WNBC duties.

Jonas Schwartz Age

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Jonas Schwartz  Education

He attended Syracuse University for his graduate degree, at Newhouse. Upon graduation, he went west to Pocatello, Idaho where he worked at KIDK-TV. He moved on to Salt Lake City, where he was a reporter/anchor for the local Fox Affiliate, KSTU-Fox 13.

Jonas Schwartz Career

He formerly worked as a sports anchor for WNBC. He was sports anchor on Weekend Today in New York on WNBC and host of “Press Box” airing Sunday mornings on NBC’s Universal Sports Channel. He joined WNBC in 2005 after leaving the sports anchor position of Sinclair Broadcast Group’s News Central.

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SNY ending ‘Daily News Live’ after a 13-year run and will launch a new show hosted by Justine Ward

After 13 years of unpredictable sportswriters and assorted Gasbags delivering the word and their insights on the fly every afternoon at 5 p.m., SportsNet New York is canceling “Daily News Live” and replacing it with “The Thread” a fast-paced show covering the hottest sports news of the day.

The “DNL” grand finale will air March 15 and “The Thread” will debut on March 28. SNY reporter/anchor Justine Ward will host the show with the versatile Dan Graca playing a prominent role. The half-hour program will also feature personalities from the social media world, including Julie Stewart-Binks who has worked at Barstool Sports, ESPN and Fox Sports.

“(‘The Thread’) is going to set up the (sports) news of the day and talk about it in a fun way,” said Brad Como, SNY’s Senior VP/Content Development. “We will also have a bit of social media influence with the best items of the day. We want this to be a fast-paced, informative look at what’s going on that will feature ‘insiders’ who specialize in different areas as well.”

Como said the decision to make the change was made late in 2018. SNY’s contract with the Daily News was set to expire this month. “It wasn’t an easy decision to make,” Como said. “We built tremendous relationships and had a tremendous run.”