Jim Rosenfield gave a hint on where he is going after he revealed that his home is calling him.
The station revealed Rosenfield’s departure earlier this month; he was a five-time Emmy Award winner and turned 64 this week.
The New Yorker has covered local and international news during his time with NBC10. Notably, he went to Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, to interview people for a special broadcast about Pope Francis.
He also covered the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Gaza, and the Paris terror attacks in 2015, reporting from Paris within 24 hours of the attacks.
He has also co-hosted NBC10’s annual Blue Cross Broad Street Run coverage. Locally, he had moderated significant local political debates, with some unexpected moments like Lynne Abraham’s collapse during a 2015 Philly mayoral debate.
Where Is Jim Rosenfield Going After Leaving NBC10?
At the end of the month, NBC10 anchor Jim Rosenfield will leave Philadelphia after nine years there.
On the station’s 6 pm Friday broadcast, Jim Rosenfield, the weeknight news anchor at NBC10 since 2013 and a five-time Emmy Award winner, signed off for the last time.
According to an announcement made by NBC10 on Wednesday night, Rosenfield, who co-anchors the weekday newscasts at 6 pm and 11 p.m., is looking for new opportunities closer to home. The 23rd of December will be his final broadcast day.
In a statement, Rosenfield claimed that he was being called home to New York. After working for NBC10 for nine years, he is eager to pursue new opportunities and move back to his hometown, where his family is looking forward to his presence.
Jim Rosenfield New Job
Jim Rosenfield is leaving NBC10 after nine years to begin a new chapter. He hasn’t made any mention of his new job position. He did, however, mention that he was looking forward to returning to his native New York to start his new career journey there.
Rosenfield has worked in broadcast journalism for more than 30 years. He has previously worked at stations in Houston, Chicago, Houston, New York City, and Washington, D.C. He started reporting while still a student at WTVD in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina and graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in English.
During his time in Philadelphia, he won six Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards, including one for “Best Anchor” in the area.
Jim Rosenfield Career Earnings: What Is His Net Worth?
According to factwikis.com, Jim Rosenfield’s net worth in 2024 is estimated to be between $1 Million -$5 Million.
One of his most memorable tasks while working at N.B.C. 10 involved traveling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to gather material for the half-hour extraordinary “The People’s Pope.” Jim traveled to the country of Pope Francis to discuss the man there known as Father Jorge Bergoglio with old acquaintances, present coworkers, and others.
Additionally, he is passionate about bringing viewers local news and travels to major news events to report on how they affect residents of the Delaware Valley.
Furthermore, Rosenfield has covered breaking news from Puerto Rico after a hurricane, the Middle East during fighting between Israelis and Palestinians in Gaza, and Paris after the terror attacks there in November 2015 as the only local anchor to do so.