Jodine M. Costanzo (born July 1964) is an American television news reporter in Pittsburgh and a former television news anchor in Cleveland, Chicago and Pittsburgh.
Early life and education
In early 1992, Costanzo was hired as a reporter at WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio. She eventually became the co-anchor of a revived noon news program until leaving the station in 1996 to take a job in Chicago.
In March 1998, Costanzo joined WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh as a weekend anchor and reporter. After five years as an anchor, she stepped down as a full-time anchor at the end of June 2003 and shifted to full-time reporting. "I walk away with a heavy heart because I enjoy anchoring the weekends, but I really want to spend more time with my son," she told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at the time. "That's where my priorities are right now."
Costanzo and her husband, Richard L. "Rick" Downey, have two children and live in Pittsburgh.
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