“Conservative Talk 94-5” gets new morning driver


Former “CBS This Morning” co-anchor Jane Robelot now is the AM Drive news anchor at Salem’s WMUU-FM “Conservative Talk 94-5” in Greenville, SC. Her reports will air every half-hour from 6AM-9AM.

Salem CommunicationsWhile at CBS News in New York, Jane won two national Emmy awards for journalistic excellence, and a national Emmy nomination. After beginning her career in radio at WCCP-AM and WFBC-AM/FM in South Carolina’s Upstate, Jane moved into television with WSPA-TV, the CBS affiliate in the Greenville – Spartanburg market of South Carolina. She anchored and reported from both the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention in 1988.  She anchored live from Pope John Paul II’s visit to South Carolina, and the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo.  While working in television Jane continued to co-host Clemson University’s pre-game football show, “The Tiger Tailgate Show, on regional radio.  Jane also had the pleasure of co-hosting the “Danny Ford Football Show” and “The Cliff Ellis Basketball Show” on WSPA.

Jane is also a contributing anchor and reporter for Hearst-owned NBC affiliate, WYFF-TV in Greenville. In 2009, Jane and her team won the prestigious “Peabody Award” for “Chronicle: Paul’s Gift”, a documentary about organ donation.

She also co-hosts a nationally syndicated Christian radio program, “Leading The Way with Dr. Michael Youssef.”