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Christina Arangio is an American journalist who works as a morning/noon anchor on News10ABC's WTEN. She has been working at WTEN for the last 14 years.
The female journalist co-anchored continuous live coverage of Tropical Storm Irene in 2011 and May of 2012 and NEWS10's presidential range during President Obama's visit to UAlbany. Let's see the sections below for more information about Christina Arangio, like her husband, married life, net worth, and more.
Who is Christina Arangio's Husband?
Christina Arangio is married to Chad on Oct 23, 2000, who operated on Disney's Mulan & Lilo Stitch but Hercules, which was their popular movie premiere. The duo is given two kids, a son and a daughter.
The WTEN-TV journalist has been tasked with increasing awareness of brain cancers. She understands that advancements in medicine and her partner's skill as a neurosurgeon are the reasons he is alive and thriving today.
Nonetheless, with such a grim outlook for so many, she needs people to see the essential need for analysis to save more lives. To help spread the word, the News Center is now a yearly supporter of the Team Billy Ride and Walk for Brain Tumors, which takes place each May in Saratoga Springs.
Arangio shares photos of her family on her social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. In addition to it, she posts things about her work as well.
Christina Arangio Net Worth
Christina Arangio's net worth is projected to be $1.1 million as of January 2021. Likewise, another WTEN journalist Lydia Kulbida has a net worth of $1.2 million. Her main source of income is her professional job as a news anchor.
The mother of one has attained financial success via her many sources of income, yet she prefers to live a simple life as much as possible.
Arangio was born and raised in North Massapequa, New York, by her parents. As a result, the identity of Arangio's parents remains unknown. It is also unknown whether she has any siblings. Arangio's age, birth date, and birthday are not publicly accessible. Arangio stands at an average height and weighs a normal amount.
Christina earned a magna cum laude degree from Ithaca College in 1993 and a bachelor of science degree in television radio communications. She is a three-time Jessica Savitch Communications Scholarship recipient. Jenny Anchondo is also a talented anchor.
Christina Arangio's Son
Christina Arangio selected a different direction after learning while pregnant with her second child that her son had Down Syndrome. Including the support of her whole family and amazing friends, Christina and her husband have performed their purpose to give their son the best life imaginable.
She has become a parent advocate, supporting the formation and educating others regarding all that Down Syndrome can succeed in today's society. She and her husband are segments of the social Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center, and all play each year in the Capital Region Buddy Walk with their daughter and son.
Christina Arangio Anchor
Christina was a reporter at the ABC affiliate in Orlando, Florida, before she came to Albany. She anchored live-breaking news coverage of the space shuttle Columbia disaster, which supported earn the station a first-place journalism award. She has additionally served as an anchor/reporter for the ABC affiliate in Pittsburgh, and two other network-affiliated stations, in Pennsylvania.
She has overcome the devastating aftermath of tornadoes and Category 3 hurricanes, a dangerous Amtrak derailment, was a member of the TWA Flight 800 coverage and published on campaign stops by President Clinton and President George W. Bush. She also included President Obama's visit to Schenectady.
Christina received a first-place spot news award for a tragic shooting at Penn State University during her tenure in Pennsylvania. Throughout her career, she has received several accolades for her reporting, including five for breaking news.
She moved to North Massapequa, New York, and began her work at News 12 Long Island. Christina was involved in the station's coverage of the Long Island Railroad Massacre in 1993.
Christina, for example, serves on the nominating committee for "Capital Heroes," detailing the stories of the unsung historical heroes who make a difference in the Capital Region. Every month, a new hero is highlighted on NEWS10.
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