Christina Salvo leaving ABC7 Eyewitness News, bids farewell to fans

Christina Salvo
Christina Salvo is leaving ABC News for Southern California. Pic credit: @abc7christina/Instagram

Christina Salvo is saying goodbye to the ABC7 News network. The eyewitness news anchor and reporter is leaving the job she’s had covering breaking news in southern California. She announced the news on her social media networks, including Twitter and Instagram.

Her loyal viewers revealed they were sad about her leaving and many asked what she would be doing next. However, Christina Salvo never revealed what she had plans on doing next.
As of right now, Salvo has merely said goodbye to her job at ABC7 News without announcing any future plans.

During her time with ABC7, Christina Salvo worked as the weekend morning co-anchor and general assignment reporter. She had been with ABC7 since her college days, as she interned at the network while studying. She’s a graduate of Santa Clara University.

Throughout her career, she also worked as a production assistant for KNTV-TV in San Jose before joining KXRM-TV in Colorado Springs as a reporter and weekend anchor. She is an award-winning reporter, winning two Colorado Associated Press awards for general reporting and investigative reporting.

Even though Christina Salvo has revealed she’s leaving the network, one can imagine she has something else lined up. We couldn’t locate her on LinkedIn, so we couldn’t see where she’s possibly going after leaving ABC7 News.

However, she does have a passion for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and her Instagram account is plastered with photos of the LA baseball team. She even covered the long game that took place in late October this year, the game running 18 innings. The Dodgers were in the running for the World Series but ended up being the  West Division title holders in 2018.

It’s possible Christina Salvo will continue to cover sports and baseball as it’s clearly a big passion of hers.

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