Jenna Meissner came on board PHL17 in May 2015. Starting as a morning news intern, Jenna now is an on-air personality.

If she’s not reporting the morning traffic, she’s doing the weather or other news stories of the day. Prior to starting her professional career, Jenna graduated Summa Cum Laude from Temple University’s Lew Klein College of Media & Communication where she studied journalism with a specialization in broadcast.

In addition to appearing on air daily, Jenna also does a lot of work behind the scenes like editing, producing news packages and writing for the morning broadcast.

Originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia, Jenna’s excited to make her debut in the Philadelphia market.

Recent Articles
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    If you’re wondering how to get fit just in time for the summer entertaining season, nutritionist Erin Palinski Wade joins us this morning with the scoop on how to make healthier choices without sacrificing taste. “I’m thrilled to be here on behalf of Bolthouse Farms and Cherry Growers to talk about how we can enjoy our next event in a healthy way but without sacrificing the flavor. Now summer is my favorite season cause there’s so much amazing fresh produce […]

  • Create restaurant quality recipes at home

    Award-winning chef Seamus Mullen shares his tips and tricks for creating restaurant quality recipes at home any night of the week. “I’m a chef and co-book author and I’m here to share some of my favorite tips on quality dishes at home. It can be a little daunting at first, but all you really have to do is start with really good ingredients. If you start with the best quality of ingredients you can make really good food. And for […]

  • A New Way to Exercise Your Skin

    Beauty expert Molly Nover-Baker shares how to exercise our way to healthy skin. “So we all know that as we get older our bodies slow down, our metabolism, and even our memory. And we know we need to exercise to keep everything up and running. The same goes true for our bodies largest organ, our skin. Good news is there are ways to exercise it. One of the latest ways is with this, the Conture Kinetic skin toning system is […]

  • Celebrity Wedding Trends On A Budget

    Renowned event planner to the stars David Tutera shares his style secrets for planning the perfect wedding celebrations and he’s partnered with Michaels to bring all the hottest trends to you. First and foremost, the most important thing to remember when planning a wedding is to add a personalized touch to your day. Next is the attention to detail and finding products that are affordable. This is where the David Tutera Collection comes in. The detail of succulents is on […]

  • Kip Moore Honors Service Members

    One of the hottest stars in country music is not only making waves with his music, but also taking time to support our nation’s service men and women. Multi-platinum singer and songwriter Kip Moore has built one of country music’s most loyal audiences show by show. In the midst of his current tour schedule, Kip teamed up with Country Inns and Suites for the “Military First” program honoring service members and their families. “It’s a humbling thing and I’m so […]

  • Hottest Trends In Summer Travel

    Summer is the perfect time to travel and lifestyle expert Clint Carter joins us for tips on where to go, what to bring and what to wear. “You have a lot of options on where you want to go, but I think a place you really want to look is Monterey County. It’s in California right on the Pacific Coast. It’s a beautiful place to visit and is getting a lot of buzz because of the HBO Series ‘Big Little […]

  • The Best Time To Get Your Flu Shot

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  • Spring Clothing Trends

    There’s no better way to kick off spring than with a new wardrobe. Polyvore senior fashion editor, Amy Wicks, let’s us in on the┬álatest trending styles. “We’ve looked on Polyvore and the top searches over the last few months. We put them into three major categories, apparel, accessories and footwear. I’ll start with apparel, patterned jeans this season are spiking up on Polyvore over 500%. People are wearing this with maybe a basic t-shirt and some sneakers. Also off-shoulder everything […]

  • National Frozen Food Month

    Did you know March is National Frozen Food Month? Many local grocery stores will be featuring special prices and promotions on their latest frozen products. “There are over 3,000 options in your freezer aisle for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and desserts. There is something for everyone whether you are vegetarian, organic, gluten-free, or want an ethnic choice. People are starting to realize that it is real food, but just happens to be frozen. Some of the innovations I’m seeing are […]

  • Skin And Hair Care Tips For The Final Winter Month

    Breathe, spring lovers! There’s just under one month of winter left. Lifestyle expert Robyn Moreno is here with your skin and hair care guide to survive the end of winter. “Having dry, chapped skin in winter is not inevitable. You can have healthy, glowing, moisturized skin and it often starts in the showers so my go to is Olay Ultra Moisture Body Wash. They have this recently upgraded really creamy formula that actually absorbs and penetrates into your skin, which […]

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