Christina Anderson is a news anchor/reporter.
Back in the Golden State and couldn’t be happier. Emmy Award winning journalist Christina Anderson is thrilled to be joining the Good Day Sacramento and CBS13 news teams.
Christina joined the team in October 2010 and it feels like it’s a dream come true to be delivering the news and covering issues that matter to viewers in her home state.
Christina got her first taste of broadcasting growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area. When, at the age of 2, she began giving mini newscasts from her front yard to any neighbor who would listen using a turkey baster as a microphone. And that was just the beginning. While working on her degree in Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University, Christina interned at KGO in San Francisco, and KTVK AND KNXV in Phoenix, taking in every aspect of the journalistic experience.
In 2006 she began her on-air career in Medford, Oregon as a reporter and quickly worked her way to the Main Anchor position for the last several years, delivering the news every night during primetime. Christina was also the spokesperson for the Emmy Award winning Southern Oregon Meth Project traveling across the state of Oregon talking to government leaders, businesses, and more than 10,000 students about the dangers of the deadly drug.
A three time Emmy Nominee and recipient of the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation Service to America Award, numerous Oregon Association of Broadcasters Awards, and the Oregon Governor’s Media Award for Outstanding Service, Christina loves what she does and couldn’t be happier to be back closer to her family in California.
In her free time she enjoys visiting family and friends, cooking, wine tasting, and spoiling her cat Tobey and her family Schnoodle Ted, and becoming reacquainted with California after almost 10 years being gone.
You can catch Christina every morning from 4:30 to 10 AM on Good Day Sacramento and CBS13 News at Noon.