Jordan McCool

Multi-Media Journalist

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jordan.mccool@wjhg.com

Jordan McCool is joining us as a weekday morning reporter.

A recent University of Florida graduate, Jordan was heavily involved in WUFT News, the PBS affiliate television station at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications. She was an anchor and general assignment reporter for the WUFT-TV First at Five newscast. She helped cover major stories including Hurricane Irma and the Parkland school shooting. While in Gainesville, she also interned with the ABC affiliate television station, TV 20.

Jordan interned with FOX 29 in Philadelphia both in Summer of 2016 and 2017. In 2016, she was an intern with the Good Day Philadelphia morning show. This is where Jordan fell in love with morning news shows. Jordan interned with the Dayside News Department her second summer. While interning with FOX 29 she produced remote live hits and shows, helped with interviews, and produced her own stories.

Jordan was born and raised in West Chester, PA. When Jordan isn’t working, you can find her at the beach, watching HGTV and spending time with family and friends!

If you have a story idea, she would love to hear it. You can reach her through her email, Facebook or Twitter!


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