Jay Schadler Biography
Jay Schadler is an ABC News correspondent for the program, PrimeTime. He joined ABC News in 1982. He graduated from Michigan State University and then graduated magna cum laude from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
He has also received a law degree from the Syracuse University College of Law. He was the previous host of Justice Files. Before joining ABC News, he was working for WCVB in Boston, Massachusetts, WZZM in Grand Rapids, Michigan and KSTP in Minneapolis.
Jay Schadler Age
He has managed to keep information about his age private.
Jay Schadler Wife
He is married to Jorden Schadler.
Jay Schadler ABC News
He was the the correspondent for ABC News in 1982. He was promoted and became the full time correspondent for PrimeTime Live in December 1989. He would also contribute to reports for 20/20. He now regularly contributes for reports to Primetime. He has recently reported on the controversial R&B artist, R Kelly.
He was awarded an Emmy award in 2000 for outstanding Investigative Journalism for 20/20. He also reported on the Ebola virus tracking it for the first time from the jungle to an international city. He has also led a report in examinations for the desperate search of the AIDS cure and he has done a report on the notorious 1932 Tuskegee experiments.
Schadler rejoined ABC News in 1989 as a full-time correspondent after 2½ years as a contributing correspondent to “PrimeTime Live,” “Nightline,” PBS’ “The AIDS Quarterly With Peter Jennings” and “The Wall Street Journal Report.” He also served as weekend anchor and special projects correspondent for WCVB-TV in Boston and co-founded “Learning Through Video,” a project designed to produce educational videos for public schools.
Jay Schadler Justice Files
Jay Schadler leads his viewers through real crime cases by reconstructing the stories using video, actual participants and eyewitnesses.