Jodi Applegate was born on May 2,1964 and is an American broadcast journalist.
23 Facts About Jodi Applegate
Jodi Applegate served as an anchorwoman at local stations as well as nationally for MSNBC and NBC News.
Jodi Applegate spent her freshman year at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Jodi Applegate transferred as a sophomore to New York University, where she received a degree in television and film.
In 1987, Jodi Applegate appeared in a television version of the Mercer Mayer children's book There's a Nightmare in My Closet, as the main character's mother.
Jodi Applegate later worked as a radio and television traffic reporter for Metro Traffic in San Francisco.
From 1993 to 1996, Jodi Applegate hosted Good Morning Arizona on KTVK in Phoenix.
In Reno is where Jodi Applegate met Rob Nikoleski, who was the sports news director at a competing Reno station, KOLO.
In 1996, Jodi Applegate was the first face seen on the cable network MSNBC at the station's launch.
Jodi Applegate anchored MSNBC Live and Weekend Today on the main NBC network.
Jodi Applegate filled in as a substitute host on the Today show.
Jodi Applegate anchored the short-lived Fox 25 News at 4:30 newscast then moved to 5:00 by early 2002.
Jodi Applegate anchored the Fox 25 Morning News for about a year from September 2003, then moved to New York sister station WNYW in October 2004.
Jodi Applegate joined WNYW as co-anchor of the station's morning program, Good Day New York, in 2005.
Jodi Applegate remained there for three years and was replaced in the role by Rosanna Scotto in 2008.
On May 28,2008, Jodi Applegate made a one time only appearance in the Broadway musical Chicago.
In 2009, Jodi Applegate began work as a fill-in anchor on all-news WCBS radio.
Jodi Applegate guest-hosted Living Today on Sirius XM Radio's Martha Stewart Living Radio channel, filling in for another former Good Day New York anchor, Mario Bosquez.
Jodi Applegate guest-hosted radio talk shows hosted by Joan Hamburg on WOR in New York, and Howie Carr on WRKO in Boston.
Jodi Applegate made a return to television news in September 2009 when she joined News 12 Long Island as an evening co-anchor.
Jodi Applegate anchored the station's hour-long 5:00 PM newscast, which was launched in the fall of 2011.
Jodi Applegate married New York Yankees television broadcaster Michael Kay on February 12,2011, in New York City.
On November 21,2012, it was announced that Jodi Applegate was expecting a baby, which was conceived by way of a gestational surrogate.