At 11 years old, Tina Cervasio understood she wanted an occupation in sports. It began on a household journey to the Rose Bowl. Today, Cervasio is a Sports Broadcaster in among the nation s leading markets, in a real Dream Job.
For 162 games of the 2006 Big league Baseball season, Cervasio will be covering the Boston Red Sox, as the New England Sports Network (NESN) Red Sox Industry Reporter. NESN broadcasts 149 Red Sox games throughout New England. Tina will report live from the field for both the pre- and post-game tv programs and throughout the games.
Before visiting Beantown, Cervasio was a sports anchor and press reporter on WCBS-TV, Ch. 2 in New York City. While working in the leading market, Tina covered all the regional pro and college teams, including the funeral of Legendary Giants Owner, Wellington Mara.
Range and international are the finest words to explain Cervasio s work over the last 10 years. The Olympic Games allowed Tina to travel the globe as an Olympic broadcaster on Westwood One Radio. In 2006, Tina was the play-by-play announcer for Women s Hockey and an Update Anchor at the Winter seasons Games in Torino, Italy. At the 2004 Summer seasons Games in Athens, Greece, Cervasio was the voice of Gymnastics, doing play-by-play for all the guys s and ladies s competitors, likewise contributing as a studio analyst for the long format tv programs. Tina s Olympic experience drew back in 1998, when she worked as a manufacturing assistant for CBS at the Nagano Winter seasons Games in Japan.
Tina finished from the University of Maryland with a BA from the University of Journalism, where she worked for the Female s Soccer Group as a group supervisor and sports info liaison.
Tina is wed to her golf partner, Kevin McKearney, and she splits time in between her home state New Jersey, and Boston when covering the Red Sox.
At 11 years old, Tina Cervasio understood she desired a career in sports. Today, Cervasio is a Sports Broadcaster in one of the country s top markets, in a real Dream Job.
At the 2004 Summer Games in Athens, Greece, Cervasio was the voice of Gymnastics, doing play-by-play for all the guys s and women s competitions, likewise contributing as a studio analyst for the long format shows.