Tina Cervasio

Tina Cervasio

Tina Cervasio is a U.S. television and radio sportscaster, best known for her work as the Boston Red Sox sideline reporter on NESN telecasts.

Life and career

Originally from Nutley, New Jersey, Cervasio graduated from the University of Maryland in 1996 with a B.A. degree in journalism. On her website she says her lifelong interest in sportscasting dates to a trip her family made to the Rose Bowl game when she was eleven years old. At the University of Maryland she worked at the campus radio station WMUC and anchored a sports program Terrapin Time Out on the university's television station.

Cervasio worked at a variety of assignments after graduation. She was a reporter or host on NFL Sunday Ticket, Animal Planet, ESPN2, FSN New York, Sunshine Network, and The New Jersey Fishing Show on CN8. Her radio experience included updates on WFAN in New York, sideline reporting for the NFL on Sports USA Radio, and substitute sports anchoring on the Imus in the Morning program on MSNBC and WFAN.

Cervasio regards her reporting on the 2006 Winter Olympics for Westwood One radio as a highlight of her career. Before she began working for NESN in 2006, she was the weekend morning sports anchor for WCBS-TV. At NESN she did pre and post-game interviews and reported on the Red Sox as well as in-game sideline reporting. In addition to her sports reporting, she has done radio voiceover work.

Cervasio left NESN when her contract expired at the end of March 2008. She expressed a desire to pursue other opportunities with less travel requirements so that she could be closer to her family. Cervasio then signed a contract to work with MSG in New York as a studio host and Red Bull New York sideline reporter.

She is married to Kevin McKearney.


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