Jacque Reid

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  • Journalist extraordinaire Jacque Reid is THE leading lady in media. With over fifteen years of broadcasting expertise in news, lifestyle, and entertainment reporting, she has interviewed some of the most influential people of our generation including Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, Will Smith, Jamie Foxx, and Beyonce. Jacque is undoubtedly a mainstay in the journalism community.

    Jacque’s poise and talent have taken her from CBS and NBC affiliated programs to national news notoriety. From 1999-2001, she took that platform to the next level as the anchor of CNN Headline News. She then became the sole news anchor for BET Nightly News from 2001-2005, which established her as the face of reliable information for people of color. She returned to CNN in 2004 to cover the Republican National Convention as a special correspondent and commentator for Larry King Live. In 2006-2007, Jacque brought her infectious personality to ABC’s The View, becoming a regular guest co-host on the Emmy Award-winning show. During her time, she’s interviewed Ed Norton, Kerry Washington, Chris Rock, and Cyndi Lauper. In 2008, she hosted TV One’s Presidential Election and Inauguration coverage, as well as the memorial service of music legend Michael Jackson.

    The sky is the limit for this multi-media powerhouse. She has continued to catapult her career into new avenues of entertainment. In 2005, Jacque created Jacque Reid Media, a one-stop media resource for television and film. That same year the company executive produced the BET Red Carpet Special premiere presentation of the Sony Pictures feature, The Gospel. Her current client roster includes The AR Bernard Show, a Christian television news magazine show; cable network TV One and nationally syndicated radio show, The Tom Joyner Morning Show.

    Through all of her work, Jacque connects with viewers, listeners, and fans alike. She is currently the co-host of the widely popular D.L Hughley Morning Show on New York’s 98.7 Kiss FM Radio, airing Monday through Friday from 6am to 10am. She also appears on the Tom Joyner Morning Show every Tuesday and Friday, educating listeners on the state of Black women around the world on her featured segment “Inside Her Story.” She is also making her mark in reality TV before millions as a cast member of the hit show “Let’s Talk About Pep” on VH1, starring Pep of Salt N’ Pepa.

    Jacque brings news reporting to its core level on her website JacqueReid.com. The site isn’t just about news commentary; it provides a closer look at entertainment, politics, lifestyle, and social issues. Jacque covers all bases, even giving us a peek into her world with her blog.

    “More than just news, it’s about real life.” Jacque personifies this quote and continues to keep her community first in all that she does. Jacque is especially passionate about women’s issues. In March 2006, Jacque made her acting debut in a celebrity performance of The Vagina Monologues at The Apollo Theater featuring Kerry Washington (Ray), Alysia Reiner (Sideways) and Michelle Williams (Destiny’s Child). The show benefited the Girls Educational & Mentoring Services (GEMS), a program providing specialized services to young women in abusive situations. She devotes her free time to speaking at universities and youth events around the nation. Jacque is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, and the New York Alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Jacque has served on various boards, including Talbot’s Scholarship Board, which provides funding to young women attending college and Uplift Jamaica, a non-profit organization which provides medical coverage and technology to Jamaican residents in need.

    Jacque honed her craft at Clark Atlanta University, where she received her BA in Print Journalism and further sharpened her skills at Northwestern University, receiving her MA in Broadcast Journalism. Jacque’s work speaks for itself and it’s obvious that she is truly a force to be reckoned with whether on or off-camera. She’s more than just news, she’s the real deal in media and beyond.

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    10. I would like to get my story out about the justice system in Atlanta, Georgia where my 25 yr old daughter can get a life sentence for dropping some one off at at a residence, and leaving the, there to find out later there was a murder, and because she dropped them off she gets life and charged with 14 counts of felony murder. I need help and justice.. This goes on all the time if you have no money..

    11. I paid my property tax money to my mortgage company as a part of my mortgage payment. They paid the home insurance, but not the taxes. Next month I will lose my home because the mortgage company kept the money. The mortgage name is Gilbraltar Mortgage

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