Janis Mackey Frayer
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Janis Mackey Frayer (born 1970) is a Canadian journalist and a Correspondent with NBC News based in Beijing. Previously she worked with CTV Canadian Television as Asia Bureau Chief. She was the network's Middle East Bureau Chief in Jerusalem from 2003-2009 and South Asia Bureau Chief in New Delhi from 2009-2013.
Her career began at CFOS Radio in Owen Sound, Ontario and at age 19 she worked at YTV. She was later a financial news anchor with BNN and wrote a regular business column for The Globe and Mail newspaper.
Frayer was awarded the Canadian Screen Award for Best Reportage, the United Nations/UNDPI Gold Medal at the 2010 New York Festivals and also won World Gold in the category of Human Interest. She then served as a member of the NYF Grand Jury from 2011-2014. She has earned two Gemini Award nominations for Best Reportage and two RTNDA Awards for News.
She is married to photojournalist Kevin Frayer. They have one son.
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