Tina Cervasio Biography
Tina Cervasio is an American sports reporter and journalist. Cervasio graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She began her career as a news reporter and anchor for several local television stations in the mid-1990s. In 2001, she landed her first sports reporting job at MSG Network. Covering the New York Knicks, New York Rangers, and New York Liberty.
She is the winner of Seven New York Emmy Awards as part of the New York Knicks Broadcasts on MSG Networks from 2008 to 2015 where she was replaced by Rebecca Haarlow. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.A degree in journalism in 1996.
Tina Cervasio Age
Tina was born on December 10, 1974. She is [agecalc birthdate=1974-12-10]
Tina Cervasio Husband – Kevin Mckearney
Tina has been married to Kevin McKearney since 2004. The couple resides in New Jersey with their Himalayan cats, Luke and Leia.
Tina Cervasio Career
Tina Cervasio’s professional career After graduating from college. Cervasio was a reporter or presenter on NFL Sunday Ticket. Animal Planet, FSN New York, Sunshine Network, ESPN2 and The New Jersey Fishing Show on CN8.
His radio experience has included updates from WFAN in New York. Supplemental NFL coverage on Sports USA Radio, and alternative sports presenters on Imus in the Morning on MSNBC and WFAN.
In August 2002, she was an adjunct reporter for an Arena Cup game between the Florida Firecats and the Peoria Pirates, narrated by Eli Gold and Mike Hold and broadcast live on The Vision Channel, aired only on Dish Network in August 2002 was.
Tina has worked as a sideline reporter for the NFL on FOX and NBA on TNT.
Tina Cervasio Nesn – Tina Cervasio Red Sox
She earned a personalized World Series Ring as a team broadcaster in 2007 at NESN, following the Boston Red Sox World Series Championship.
At the end of March 2008, Tina left NESN when her contract expired. Cervasio expressed her desire to pursue other opportunities with less travel requirements that could enable her be closer to her family.
She then signed a contract to work with MSG in New York as a studio host and also New York Red Bulls sideline reporter.
Following changes at MSG, She was assigned to the New York Knicks Broadcasts as the team sideline reporter in December 2008. Tina returned to MSG on a freelance basis to continue her role with the Red Bulls Broadcasts as the pre-game host, half-time host, in-game reporter, and post game interviewer in 2016.
Cervasio Philanthropy In 2008, 2009 and 2013 Cervasio ran the New York City Marathon for Garden of Dreams Foundation in 2008, 2009, and 2013.
She regularly also visits New York City Public Schools to motivate students with Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation. Tina serves on the fundraising committee for the Clara Mass Medical Center Foundation / David Diehl Golf Invitational.
She also serves as emcee for several fundraisers each year, including United Way of New York, Voices Against Brain Cancer, Sarcoma Foundation of America, Coaches vs. Cancer among others.