Christina Aguayo Bio, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, WWTV


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Christina Aguayo Biography

Christina Aguayo is an American journalist who has been working at WWTV as the main evening news anchor since April 2023. She previously worked as a news anchor for NBC Texas.

Christina Aguayo Age

Aguayo prefers to keep her personal life private, hence she has not yet revealed the year and month she was born. However, she could be in her 30s.

Christina Aguayo Height

Aguayo stands approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Christina Aguayo Education

Christina Aguayo studied Broadcast Journalism at the Ohio Center for Broadcasting-Colorado and the Metropolitan State University of Denver.

Christina Aguayo Family

Aguayo was raised on a farm in Elizabeth, Colorado.  She also spent a lot of time outside, which led to a love of nature and animals. Even yet, she has managed to keep her personal life out of the spotlight, therefore she has not revealed any information about her parents. It is also not established whether Aguayo has any siblings.

Christina Aguayo Husband

Aguayo is very quiet about her personal life, therefore it is unknown if she is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of her having a previous relationship with someone.

Christina Aguayo Salary

Aguayo’s annual income ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Christina Aguayo’s Net Worth

Aguayo’s net worth is reported to be between $1 million and $5 million, obtained through her work as a journalist.

Christina Aguayo Career

Aguayo is WWTV’s principal evening news anchor. She began to see the world through a new lens while growing up on a farm in Colorado. She recognized that everything and everyone had a story and a heart. She got her first employment with WABG in Greenville, Mississippi. While in Greenville, she covered local high schools, SWAC, GSC, and SEC athletics. Her career continued in Indiana, where she first worked as a weekend sports anchor. She quickly advanced through the ranks, eventually becoming sports director.

During her time in Indiana, Aguayo covered the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, ECHL Hockey, Big Ten Football, the Cincinnati Bengals, the NBA D-League Champion Mad Ants, and Minor League Baseball. She also concentrated on local community sports, particularly the boxing community. She exclusively covered Robert Easter Jr.’s rise to the IBF Lightweight World Championship.

Aguayo also covered world champion Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis, four-time world champion Adrian Broner, and Rau’shee Warren. While in Ohio, she chose to go to the news. During her first year at KVIA in El Paso, Texas, she covered a presidential visit, the Border Crisis of 2019, and all in between. Her storytelling skills and imagination shined through when she worked on special reports.

After a year in the news, she was allowed to produce, host, and create a 30-minute political news program in Denver, Colorado for WeatherNation TV. In this role, she secured A-list political guests, established the show’s concept, moderated on-air discussions, anchored the show, and served as executive producer. Following her stint on the show, she opted to return to local television, where she could engage with and establish ties with the people she serves.


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