Four Time Emmy Award Winning New York Knicks Reporter on the MSG Network. In her year-round roll, Tina can be found reporting from the sidelines, doing pre-game interviews with the Head Coach and players, capturing players from the winning teams on the court for a walk-off interview after the game, going one-on-one with players in the post-game locker room, producing in-depth features for the pre-game show, and contributing to NBA draft and NBA Summer League coverage. She is also the host and reporter for the New York Red Bulls telecasts, as well as other programming on the nation’s longest running sports regional network based out of Madison Square Garden. Tina joined MSG in 2008 as an anchor on the daily sports and entertainment news show “MSG,NY”, and over the last two years she has also hosted the weekly show “Fans’ Most Wanted: Knicks”, which takes an in-depth look at classic Knicks games, memorable players and the intense rivalries.
Prior to joining MSG, Cervasio was the Field Reporter for the Boston Red Sox, on the New England Sports Network (NESN), where she reported live from the field in-game and for both the pre and post-game shows from 2006 to 2008. Away from the ballpark she produced feature packages and exclusive interviews with players. Over this period, Tina was nominated for multiple sports Emmys in the Boston/New England chapter.
Before her time with NESN, Cervasio was a sports anchor and reporter on WCBS-TV (Ch. 2 New York), and appeared on national programs as a reporter or anchor on NBC Sports, NFL Sunday Ticket and Animal Planet.
Cervasio has a strong background in radio, including work for the Olympic Games on Westwood One Radio. At the 2006 Winter Games in Torino, Italy, Cervasio served as the play-by-play announcer for Women’s Hockey, as well as an Update Anchor. At the 2004 Summer Games in Athens, Greece, Cervasio served as the play-by-play voice of men’s and women’s Gymnastics and contributed as a studio analyst for other programming. Additional radio experience for Cervasio include NFL sideline reporting on Sports USA Radio, 20/20 update anchor on WFAN Sports Radio New York, sports anchor on “Imus in the Morning” on MSNBC and WFAN, and traffic and news anchor for the Shadow Broadcasting Networks.
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Social Media lights up on April Fools Day to shine awareness on the dark truth of cancer. Christina Applegate, Tina Cervasio, Craig Bierko, Jeri Ryan, Marlee Matlin & Fran Drescher are just some of the celebrities who used the April Fools holiday to fuel cancer awareness last year through the #cancersnojoke Abolish Cancer campaign. The campaign created by Darah Bonham unites all charities, organizations, and people in the fight to abolish cancer.
Some of last years tweets:
Christina Applegate @1capplegate: “April fools is almost over…Join us to show
#CancersNoJoke with the help of social media”
Tina Cervasio @tinacervasio: “It might be April Fool’s Day, but
#CancersNoJoke I know. It hit my family too many times. @ abolishcancer”
Jeri Ryan @JeriLRyan: “It’s April Fools Day, but
#CancersNoJoke . Let’s help @abolishcancer”
Marlee Matlin @marleematlin: “It’s April Fool’s Day but Cancer is no joke. Help raise awareness and RT #CancersNoJoke”
Fran Drescher @frandrescher: “Have u heard about
#CancersNoJoke ?? So fab u must get involved! RT & Share all day! http://bit.ly/wqlv75 @ abolishcancer”
Brooke Shields, Virginia Madsen, Camryn Manheim & Wanda Sykes celebrate “Hot Flashes” to Blow Out Cancer. The American Cancer Society is the “Official Sponsor of Birthdays” creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays by saving lives, helping people get well, stay well, finding cures and fighting back. The Society is dedicated to furthering this mission by co-hostin an intimate dinner at the Montage Hotel with the cast of “The Hot Flashes” to honor courageous cancer surviviors.
Stacy Keibler supports Relay For Life @ Cycle House, West Hollywood. Videos features: Staci Keibler, Adam Gilmann, Dana Waldrop, Nichelle Hines.
Celebrities Who Give to Health Causes: