News anchor, reporter
According to Wikipedia,
Chet Curtis was an American newscaster who co-anchored with his then-wife, newscaster Natalie Jacobson. He was born in Amsterdam, New York and raised in Schenectady, New York. Curtis was a primetime anchor at NECN, where he anchored The Chet Curtis Report, a nightly news and interview program, and co-anchored New England Business Day. Before joining NECN in the spring of 2001, Curtis had been an anchor and reporter with WCVB-TV since its launch in 1972. For the majority of his time at WCVB, Curtis, with Jacobson, co-anchored the station's principal weekday newscasts, and was the original host of the station's award-winning Chronicle program. He began his career in Boston at the former WHDH-TV Channel 5, before that station lost its license, and ownership was handed over to Boston Broadcasters, Inc., who re-launched Channel 5 as today's WCVB. Before coming to New England, Curtis worked as an anchor and reporter at CBS television's flagship station WCBS-TV in New York City, and prior to that at WTOP-TV , the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C., also as an anchor and reporter.
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