Aged 44, American sportscaster Tina Cervasion is well recognized as the lead Sports Anchor for Good Day New York on Fox 5 NY WNYW. Furthermore, she is also a host of Sports Extra in New York City and has worked as sideline reporter for CBS Sports Network. In her career, she has grabbed seven New York Emmy Awards as a part of the New York Knicks Broadcasts on MSG Networks. Currently, she is a married woman and shares a good life with her husband.
Tina Cervasio was born on December 10, 1974, in Nutley, New Jersey, the U.S. under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius. She holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Tina was born to Joseph Cervasio, a vice president of Blue Green Corporation and Maria Cervasion, a director of the extended-day program at Nutley Board of Education.
She grew in New Jersey where she graduated from University of Maryland with a Bachelor in Arts majoring in journalism in 1996.
Tina Cervasio age 44, is a married woman. She married her longtime boyfriend turned husband, Kevin McKearney. Her husband is the director of marketing and public relations for a Scratch-less disc in Clifton, N.J.
Furthermore, Kevin also serves as a statistician for the New Jersey Nets. On November 21, 2004, the duo got married at Holy Family Church in Tina’s home town.
The wedded couple is living a happy life in New Jersey but does not have any children. Seems like they are still not ready to be father and mother.
Talking about her past affairs, she has not disclosed much information about it.
Tina Cervasio’s net worth is not revealed yet but could not be less than $1 million. Judging from her experience in her work, she might have earned thousands of dollars.
As per the survey by Radio Television Digital News Association, sports anchors can earn anywhere from $14 thousand to $650 thousand a year with an average closer to $60 thousand. Their median wage was even lower, coming in at just $45 thousand.
On the other hand, sports reporter earns an average of around $38 thousand a year but, recent reports say half of the sports reporters earned less than $31 thousand.
Cervasio began her career right after she got a graduate from University and began working at a variety of assignments. She has also worked for ESPN2, NFL Sunday Ticket, Sunshine Network, and VN8.
However, her career bloomed after she became a reporter for the 2004 Summer Olympics for Westwood One Radio. As a sideline reporter, she has also covered for College Football and College Basketball including NFL on Fox and NBA on TNT.
At the moment she is working for CBS Sports network as a sideline reporter. She also works as a host of a radio station SiriusXM NBA Radio, Mad God Sports Radio and a freelance at MSG Networks for New York Red Bulls broadcasts.
Besides her career, she also serves on the fundraising committee for Clara Maass Mecial Center Foundation and David Deihl Golf Invitational.
Furthermore, she regularly visits the New York City Public School to motivate the students with Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation. She is also active in Women in Sports and Events.
As a result of her hard work, she has earned seven New York Emmy Awards for her exclusive stories on feature package about players.