Summary of Kristina Pink:
• Born in Miami, Florida, USA in 1986 and is a sports broadcaster and reporter for Fox Sports
• Estimated net worth of over $300,000 and earns around $65,000 annually
• Grew up in Miami and attended the University of Florida for a degree in telecommunications
• Has worked for NBC, ABC, WDBD-TV, and FOX Sports covering mostly American Football and Basketball
• Enjoys partying, traveling, and relaxing at the beach in her free time
Who is Kristina Pink?
Kristina Pink was born on 12 March 1986, in Miami, Florida, USA, and is a sports broadcaster as well as a reporter, best known for her work with the network Fox Sports. She does coverage of American Football for the network, mainly games in the National Football League (NFL).
The Riches of Kristina Pink
Kristina Pink’s net worth is estimated by sources at over $300,000. She now reportedly earns around $65,000 annually as a part of her contract with Fox Sports. She’s also worked with other networks during her career.
Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings
Kristina grew up in Miami and attended high school in nearby Pembroke Pines. After matriculating she was set on pursuing a broadcasting career, and enrolled at the University of Florida, taking up a degree in telecommunications. The university has been operational since 1906 though it dates its history back to 1853. It is the third-largest in the state in terms of student population and home to over 150 research centers, the eighth largest single-campus university in the US, offering numerous programs.
She got her first broadcasting experience while a student at the university, becoming a part of the school’s radio station, WRUF-AM 850 which operates from the main campus in Gainesville. She hosted programs covering athletics news, stories, and features for the campus. The station often features syndicated as well as locally produced programs. Most of its staff are journalism students, and in recent years programming has been focused on sports. She also appeared in front of the camera, working at the university’s television station WUFT.
After graduation, Pink was hired by the Miami-based NBC affiliate WTVJ-TV, where she did a lot of sports reporting. The station primarily serves Miami, though also extends its reach to Fort Lauderdale, and is the primary home station for games of the NFL team, the Miami Dolphins, and also airs “Sunday Night Football” if it features the home team. They previously broadcast games of the Miami Marlins and the Miami Heat when they had the rights. Following her work there, she then moved to New Orleans to work under the ABC affiliate WGNO.
The sports department of the network covers games for minor league baseball, and also broadcasts a few games of the New Orleans Saints NFL team.
Other networks she worked for in the next few years include WDBD-TV in Jackson, Mississippi, where she covered big college and professional American Football games such as the Super Bowl, and the NBA Finals. In 2012, she was then hired by FOX Sports and her experience working in the NFL would prove to be a valuable asset.
Week 8! ?? So long Minnesota. #TNF pic.twitter.com/unwdi38fCB
— Kristina Pink (@Kristina_Pink) October 25, 2019
Fox Sports and Recent Projects
Kristina was hired as an NFL-focused reporter for FOX Sports, and she took the role well, quickly building relationships with athletes and coaches. She was also assigned to cover college football during the 2013 to 2014 season. In 2018, she covered most of the American Football Conference (AFC), especially during its play-offs, from the Wild Card games up to the Championship Final. She worked closely with analyst Ronde Barber and announcer Kenny Albert as a part of her work.
She also served as the courtside reporter for games of the NBA team, the Los Angeles Clippers, working for the regional network Prime Ticket. Other broadcast personalities she worked with include Dick Stockton and Chris Speilman.
She continues to work for Fox Sports in a much larger role, covering most of the NFL season, and even the off-season news, working closely with Joe Buck, Mike Pereira, Erin Andrews and Troy Aikman.
She is appears regularly in the network’s “Thursday Night Football” program. She also continues her coverage of the NBA, mostly doing sideline reports for the Clippers.
It is known that Pink is single and there have been no rumors surrounding this aspect of her life, which she prefers to keep away from the media.
She is very focused on her work and passionate about the NFL, and also follows the NBA closely. A lot of personalities in the sport are closely acquainted to her, having grown accustomed to her welcoming personality.
During her free time, she enjoys going to events and loves partying with close friends as well as co-workers. She also frequently travels, then relaxes by spending time at the beach.