Linzie Janis (born June 23, 1979) is an American television
journalist. Currently she is a correspondent at
ABC News based in
New York. She reports for all
ABC News programs and platforms,
including "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight with David
Muir," "Nightline" and "20/20."
1 Television career
1.1 ABC News
3 Personal life
ABC News in 2013. Since then, Janis has covered a
number of breaking stories including: the 2016 bombings in New York
and New Jersey; the attack on Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub; the terror
attack in Nice, France; the earthquake in Ecuador; the sinking of the
El Faro cargo ship; and the manhunt for two escaped convicts from a
maximum security prison in New York. Janis was the first television
journalist to sit down with Hulk Hogan after his legal victory over
Gawker Media. In 2013, she broke news about the New York AG’s
lawsuit against Trump University, interviewing alleged victims of
fraud and Donald Trump.
Janis has also reported on a number of social issues, from allegations
of sexual assault on college campuses and controversial reproductive
sciences to distracted driving. In 2012 and 2013, Janis contributed to
the “Real Money” series finding creative solutions for saving
American families money.
Before joining ABC News, Janis anchored a daily business news
broadcast on Bloomberg Television live from London. Janis began
covering financial markets and the global economy for Bloomberg in
2008 within weeks of the collapse of Lehman Brothers. She anchored the
channel’s breaking news coverage of the Japanese tsunami in 2011 and
the deaths of Steve Jobs and Osama bin Laden.
Janis began her career at CNN International in London, where she
was a producer and reporter.
Janis graduated with a degree in journalism from The University of the
Arts London in London, England.
Janis is a native of Schaumburg, Illinois. She is married to Good
Morning America senior broadcast producer John Ferracane. They
currently live in New York.
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