Natalie Jacobson (born Natalie Salatich) was for a quarter-century a well-regarded and popular television newscaster with WCVB-TV in Boston, Massachusetts.

Her first television job was at crosstown WBZ-TV in the late 1960s, where she was public affairs director. Her first on-air job reporting was at independent station WKBG (now WLVI-TV) Channel 56, for their short-lived Ten PM News in 1969–70. Jacobson got her on-air start with the best there as well; the newscast, the very first one at 10pm in the Boston market, was anchored by the legendary Arch MacDonald.

When WCVB won the license for Channel 5 in 1972, she was hired there as a reporter. She quickly took the anchor chair for NewsCenter 5 Midday, the station's noon newscast, within months. In 1976 she was promoted to the station's flagship 6:00 p.m. newscast; and the 11:00 news was added to her duties in 1978. She later married her co-anchor, Chet Curtis (the name Jacobson is from an earlier marriage), and the duo became the most-watched news team in Boston for twenty years. Nat and Chet, as they were called, had one child together, daughter Lindsay (b. 1981). After a bitter and publicized divorce in 2000, Curtis left WCVB (for NECN) and Jacobson also stopped anchoring the 11:00 news. Jacobson also anchored the 5:00 p.m. news between 1994 and 2005.

On July 10, 2007, Jacobson announced that she would leave WCVB-TV. Her last telecast as anchor aired on July 18, 2007, ending a tenure there of just over 35 years. She stated her next endeavor is a multimedia business she hopes to launch in late 2007.