• American sports reporter and journalist working for CBS Sports, covering UEFA Champions League matches since September 2020
• Has a BA in Journalism from University of North Carolina and BA in Broadcast Journalism from UNC Hussman School of Media and Journalism
• Worked for FOX SPORTS Australia, Portland Timbers and Orlando City SC
• Produced the documentary "Bleed Purple"
• Won an Emmy Award for her work for CBS Sports
Who is Jenny Chiu?
Jenny is an American sports reporter and journalist, best known to the world for her extensive work with CBS Sports, for which she has been covering the UEFA Champions League matches since September 2020.
Jenny Chiu Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Jenny Chiu was born on 25 September 1995 under the Libra zodiac sign, in El Paso, Texas USA, the daughter of a Chinese father, C.Y. Chiu, and a Mexican mother Lorena Chiu. She grew up in her hometown with two brothers, Andy and Steven Chiu.
She went to the School for Educational Enrichment, a local high school in El Paso, and after matriculation enrolled at the University of North Carolina (UNC), from which she obtained a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Moreover, from 2015 to 2017, she attended UNC Hussman School of Media and Journalism, from which she obtained a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
While at University, Jenny played soccer for the women’s soccer team, and was one of the best players on the team, earning several prestigious honors and awards for her contributions. Moreover, she played with the Mexican Under 17 National team.
While at the School of Journalism, she worked as an anchor and media journalist for the school news broadcast station. Moreover, she covered the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for the Olympic News Service, including various press conferences and interviews with athletes, which were then published in Associated Press and USA Today.
After she obtained her degree, Jenny found employment at FOX SPORTS Australia. Thanks to her Mexican heritage, she was fluent in the Spanish language from an early age, and so able to conduct on-camera interviews with professional soccer players in the Spanish language, questioning their personal and professional aspirations. She would later provide English translations of her interviews, and publish them in various sporting magazines.
She worked for FOX SPORTS Australia only for a month, stationed in Brisbane.
After her short stint in Australia, Jenny returned to the US where she was hired by Portland Timbers as a Digital and Social Media Intern, responsible for managing Portland Timbers and Thorn’s social media platforms, and conducting on-camera post-game interviews with players. She remained in position for five months, before she was hired by the Orlando City SC as a sports reporter.
Rise to Prominence
She was a digital media host for all Orlando City and Orlando Pride platforms.
Moreover, she served as a sideline reporter for live television broadcasts, and once again thanks to Mexican heritage, conducted interviews in the Spanish language, and offered live translation between Spanish-English, bridging the gap between the players and supporters caused by a language barrier.
To speak further of her accomplishments, Jenny was the producer of the documentary “Bleed Purple” which highlighted the team’s pre-season, and did all interviews that were featured in the documentary.
She was becoming more popular, thanks to her dedication, and was noticed by CBS Sports in early 2020. At first she refused offers, but after her contract with Orlando City SC expired, she joined CBS Sports in September 2020.
— Jenny Chiu (@jennyachiu) November 12, 2020
She is now based in Orlando, Florida, but is covering European Championship League matches as an on-site reporter. She is the one behind the microphone, conducting interviews with players and creating post-game reviews.
She has become one of the most popular female reporters for CBS Sports, and has grown her own social media presence on TikTok and Instagram, with thousands of fans with whom she has been sharing her professional accomplishments. Further out, she has won an Emmy Award for her work for CBS Sports.
As of early 2022, Jenny Chiu’s net worth is estimated by authoritative sources at close to $200,000, while her salary is now over $80,000 a year.
Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single?
When it comes to her personal life, Jenny has avoided talking about details that she considers private, however, some information has become available to the public. For instance, she was in a relationship with professional basketball player Nate Britt, who currently plays for Yoast United of the Dutch basketball BNXT League; he played college basketball for the University of North Carolina with which he won the NCAA Championship in 2017.
The two started dating in 2016, but there is no information whether the two are still dating, as Jenny hasn’t talked about her relationship status, and there are no pictures of the two on her official social media handles.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
The prominent sports reporter has brown eyes and black hair. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), weighs approximately 121lbs (55kgs), but her vital statistics are currently unknown, though she has a slim figure.
Hobbies, Interests, and Trivia
Since she launched her career, Jenny has rarely found free time for hobbies and other interests.
However, she still sometimes plays a game of soccer with her friends. She likes to travel, and has been to various European countries, and briefly lived in Australia.
Whenever she’s not working, she loves spending time on Miami beaches, and by the pool with her friends, colleagues and family. She has a rather fond relationship with her brothers, especially Steven, with whom she’s shared a few pictures on her official Instagram page, with a couple of teasing comments.
Jenny is an avid animals fan, and though she doesn’t have a pet of her own, she loves playing with her friends’ dogs and other pets.