Television
  • MSG Networks 2008-Present New York Knicks Reporter; Pre-game features, in-game sidelines, Post-game interviews New York Red Bulls Reporter; Pre-game Host, in-game sidelines, Post-game interviews  
  • WNYW FOX 5 New York 2010 - Present Good Day New York Sports Anchor; Sports Xtra Contributing Reporter, WWOR My9 Fill-in Anchor  
  • The New England Sports Network - NESN 2006-2008 Red Sox Reporter; Pre-game interviews, in-game on field reports, Post-game interviews, Year-Round coverage, features  
  • WCBS-TV Ch. 2 CBS 2 News Weekend Morning Sports Anchor/Reporter 2004-2006  
  • YES Network Voice Over Host "Running" 2004–2006  
  • WABC-TV Ch. 7 Eyewitness News Traffic Anchor / Long Term Fill-in 2004  
  • MSNBC - "Imus in the Morning"/WFAN Traffic Reporter
    Fill-in as Sports Personality
    2003-2004  
  • New Jersey Fishing Show/CN8 Host 2003-2005  
  • NFL Sunday Ticket Direct TV Reporter, fill-in host 2001-2002  
  • CN8 Sports / The Comcast Network Sideline Reporter/Half-time Host, Arena Football League Reporter, Local Pro & High School Teams 2000–2003  
  • Time Warner New York News: Anchor/Reporter/Producer
    Sports: play-by-play for College Basketball
    1997–2003  
  • Sunshine Network Sideline Reporter/Half-time Host: Arena Football2 League Championship 2002  
  • Animal Planet Sports Co-Host/Reporter/Play-by-play, AKC Tournament of Champions Series 2002  
  • ESPN2 Co-Host: U.X. Open Championships for Alternative Golf 2000  
  • FOX Sports Net Sideline Reporter, NCAA Lacrosse Game of the Week 2001  
  • NBC NewsChannel/Sports NewSatellite Reporter/Producer/Editor 1998-2001  
Radio
  • Westwood One Radio Networks Winter Olympic Games: Women's Hockey Play-by-Play Olympic Update Anchor. Torino, Italy Summer Olympic Games: Gymnastics Play-by-Play. Athens, Greece 2004-2006  
  • WFAN-AM, New York, NY Sports Update Anchor 2002–2004  
  • Sports USA Radio NFL Sideline Reporter 2003–2004  
  • WNEW-FM, WAWZ-FM, WVNJ-AM,WHUD-FM, WJLK-FM, New York, NY News and traffic anchor (Shadow/Metro Broadcasting Networks) 2003–2006  
  • WINS-AM, WBBR-AM, WMTR-FM, New York, NY Anchor/Reporter Sports Update 2000–2001  
Related Experience
  • ArenaFootball.com Reporter 2001–2003  
  • That's Life Magazine Reporter
    In-house Video Host
    Emcee: Premier of "Remedy"
    2004-2006  
  • CBS Associate Producer/Writer Nagano, Japan Winter Olympic Games 1998  
  • FOX Sports Research/Statistics
    Super Bowl XXXIII
    World Series
    Stanley Cup
    ALCS
    1997–2001  
  • SportsChannel New York/NewSport Television Network Associate Producer/Editor 1996–1997  
  • New York Yankees Media Relations 1997 (postseason)  
Education
  • University of Maryland College of Journalism: Bachelor of Arts
    Concentration: News
    May 1996  
  • "Summer in Spain" (Minor in Spanish) 1995  
  • Bill Raftery Sports Broadcasting Camp 1993  
 
 

Tina Cervasio... is one of the most recognizable and versatile sports journalists in the largest media market in the United States today. The New Jersey native is a two-time Emmy Award winner as part of the MSG Network New York Knicks Broadcast. She currently serves as the sideline and feature reporter for all home and road games, pre and post-game shows and additional Knicks programming. This season, Cervasio has launched a series of exclusive Knicks profiles, including an in-depth look at Tyson Chandler's passion for photography and a profile of Amar'e Stoudemire's life off the court, securing never before seen photos of his late father and recent private wedding ceremony.

Also at MSG, Cervasio is the pre-game and halftime host and reporter for the New York Red Bulls of Major League Soccer, she contributes to broadcasts and in-arena presentations for the New York Liberty and other MSG sports programming, as well as handling reporting and anchor duties on FOX 5 for their Emmy-winning "Good Day New York" and "Sports Extra" television shows. On the National Television side, Tina has covered a number of assignments and games, including NFL on FOX sideline reporting and NBA TV.

Cervasio joined MSG in 2008 as an anchor on the daily sports and entertainment news show "MSG,NY", and host of the weekly magazine show "Fans' Most Wanted: Knicks".

Prior to returning to New York, the University of Maryland graduate 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 while garnering a host of Emmy nominations for her work, as well as a personalized 2007 World Series Ring.

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.

In addition to her TV work, Tina has done extensive work in radio and production, including play-by-play for women's hockey and gymnastics at the Torino and Athens Olympics on Westwood One Radio, and 20/20 Updates on air for WFAN Radio in New York.

Outside of sports broadcasting, Cervasio spends her time with various charities. Most notable, running the ING New York City Marathon twice (2008 & 2009) and participating in the "2012 NY Broadcasters Derby" as a driver in a harness race, to raise money for Madison Square Garden's non-profit charity, Garden of Dreams Foundation, that "makes dreams come true for kids facing obstacles" in the tri-state area. In 2009, Tina was the Mistress of Ceremonies for the Inaugural MSG Partners Summit, organized by the former President of MSG Sports, Scott O'Neil. She has also been actively involved and frequently serves as an M.C. within a host of highly successful charity programs and organizations ranging from the American Cancer Society's "Coaches vs. Cancer", Jimmy Fund, Special Olympics Massachusetts, Allan Houston Legacy Foundation, Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation, UNICO, Maryland Alumni Association's "Maryland in Manhattan", Financial Women's Association, among many others.

One of the most sought-after speakers in the area because of her diverse journalistic background, Cervasio regularly addresses students from high school to graduate school on the world of journalism, social media and the entertainment industry. She is a frequent guest speaker or panelist at colleges ranging from the Columbia University Graduate School of Business and Princeton University, to Rutgers, St. John's and Fordham University speaking to their sports journalism programs, among other schools. She is also an active member of WISE (Women in Sports and Events); AWSM, Association for Women in Sports Media and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Tina resides in New Jersey with her husband, Kevin McKearney.