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Christina Park

Christina Park
Born USA
Residence New York, NY
Nationality American
Ethnicity Korean-American
Alma mater University of Pennsylvania
Occupation News Anchor
Children 2

Christina Park is an American anchor on WNYW's evening newscasts[1] at 6 and 10 p.m. on weekends. She joined the station in August 2007.[2]

Park previously anchored CNN Headline News and Live and has also worked for CNN Newsource in Washington, D.C. and KPRC in Houston.

Park was anchoring the night the Iraq War began. She has also anchored and produced during major events such as the 2004 Presidential election, the 2004 tsunami disaster and the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. As a field reporter, she has covered major stories such as Hurricane Katrina and Rita, as well as the collapse of Enron.

Originally studying to be a doctor, she joined CNN in 1999 as a medical and health producer for CNN Headline News. She has also reported for Headline News, CNN, and CNN International, and has served as an anchor for CNN Student News. During her tenure at CNN, Park helped launch a number of programs, including, for which she received a National Headliner Award. She also launched a profile-style program, People in the News. In August 2001, she moved to Headline News as a writer for the launch of the revamped network. In July, after former Good Day New York co-host Ron Corning was let go while on vacation and replaced by Greg Kelly from Fox News Channel, Park was swapped to weekend anchor of the 6 and 10 p.m. newscast. Karen Hepp, who did weekends, took Park's place.


Park graduate to be with honors from The University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Neuroscience. She was a concert pianist for the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra and is fluent in Korean. Park currently resides in Manhattan with her husband, daughter and son.


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