Chanteé Lans is an Edward R. Murrow award-winning general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at KYW-TV CBS 3 Philadelphia. She joined CBS 3 after reporting at WBZ-TV, the CBS owned and operated sister station in Boston.
Chanteé has covered the Philadelphia Eagles’ First Super Bowl (LLI) win, Boston Marathon bombings, the arrest, murder trial and death of New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez, the Blizzard of 2013 and Rhode Island’s legalization of same-sex marriage.
Before working in Boston, Chanteé was a reporter at WPRI-TV/WNAC-TV, the CBS and FOX affiliates in Providence, R.I. She also reported in Greensboro, N.C. and Jackson, Miss. Chanteé started behind the scenes as a national desk assistant at CBS News in New York.
She believes in empowering youth. While earning her bachelor’s degree from Temple University, Chanteé taught inner city Latino teenagers in Philadelphia how to produce online radio segments.
She also sat on the board of directors for the Mississippi Children’s Home Services after volunteering for a year with 65 foster kids.
Chanteé earned her master’s degree in global development and social justice from St. John’s University.