Christina Vitale joined the NBC 10 News team in September 2020 as a multimedia journalist.
Christina is a New Jersey native. She graduated from Seton Hall University with a bachelor's degree in journalism and communication.
After graduating in 2018, Christina spent the last two years in Chico, California, as an MMJ/weekend anchor and producer for Action News Now KHSL/KNVN a CBS, NBC and CW11 affiliate.
Working as senior reporter, she was assigned to the top stories. Christina covered many natural disasters from floods to wildfires, including the Camp Fire -- the deadliest wildfire in California state history. She covered the wreckage and rebirth of the town of Paradise and surrounding communities. Christina reported on local politics and President Trump’s 2018 tour of Northern California with the White House press pool. Christina investigated the local syringe access program, as well as the unprecedented water irrigation district’s recovery after the Camp Fire. Most recently she has covered the current devastating coronavirus pandemic of 2020.
Christina believes in the power of storytelling and holding people accountable. She has always felt that her reporting gave voice to those in need, and her interviews gave neighbors and local residents the ability to have their concerns addressed.
While off the air, Christina is a cat mom to a very special feline named Paradise. Christina has always been a performer -- singing and dancing in her school musicals and choirs. Growing up she spent a lot of time at the Jersey shore. Christina loves nature and spending time outside by the ocean. All in all, she is happy to call the East Coast home again!
Story ideas? Send Christina an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on social media.