Jasmine Viel is an award-winning American anchor ad reporter who anchored the CBS/FOX evening newscasts on the Central Coast with her husband for several years.
Jasmine Viel Biography and Career
Jasmine’s childhood was spent alongside her twin sister and younger sibling in a quaint mountain town in Northern California. After completing her education at San Diego State University, where she majored in Journalism and minored in Spanish, she embarked on a fulfilling career in the media industry.
Currently, Jasmine holds the position of news anchor and reporter at KCAL9. Her move to Los Angeles brought her the opportunity to cover major national news stories, including the tragic massacre in Las Vegas and the exhilarating journey of the Dodgers to the World Series.
Her dedication to journalism led her to report on significant local events as well, such as the devastating Ventura wildfires and, more recently, the deadly Montecito mudslides, where she was one of the few reporters on the front lines.
Jasmine’s reporting prowess has not gone unnoticed, as she has made appearances on various national news channels. Her use of social media to engage with viewers and share their personal stories and experiences around the Southland has further enriched her reporting.
Before her tenure at KCAL9, Jasmine and her husband anchored the CBS/FOX evening newscasts on the Central Coast for several years.
During this time, they not only hosted numerous special reports but also garnered recognition for their efforts in raising funds for local charities like the Boys & Girls Club and the SPCA of Monterey County. Their charitable work extended to adopting a sweet pitbull named Hayley from the SPCA, cementing their commitment to making a positive impact on their community.
Jasmine Viel Age
She was born on April 24, 1983, in Northern California, United States
Jasmine Viel Family
Jasmine is a married woman. Her husband, Marc Cota-Robles, is a famous newscaster and television journalist. He is known as one of those journalists who pioneers at storyteller as well as skilled at shooting and editing his own stories.
Jasmine and Marc Cota have been married since 2011. In November 2018, she and Marc Cota welcomed their firstborn, a son named Camden James. The couple first met at the set of CBS/FOX, where he was anchoring the evening newscasts.