Antoinette Antonio Biography
Antoinette Antonio is co-anchor of WCVB’s EyeOpener newscasts (4:30AM-7AM) with co-anchors Randy Price and Doug Meehan, Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon, and Traffic Reporter Olessa Stepanova. She also co-anchors NewsCenter 5 at Noon (12N-12: 30 PM) with co-anchor Erika Tarantal and Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon.
Antoinette Antonio Age
Antonio was born on August 15, in California, United States of America. She holds an American nationality belonging to the white ethnicity. She has not revealed the year she was born.
Antoinette Antonio Marriage /Children
Antoinette is a married woman. She married to Jeremy Fine. The couple has two children now-elder son called Greyson was born February 2016 and a second one named Weston was born June 2018. The wedding took place in NY on 1 September 2012. Jeremy also worked with KOB as a chief photographer and broadcast engineer and also does music at night. Antonio is living a blissful married life together with her husband. She presently remains outside of Boston with her husband and son.
Antoinette Antonio Education
She graduated from the University of California, Irvine, where she earned degrees in English and International Studies. She is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association.
Antoinette Antonio Career
Antonio started her broadcasting career as a morning news anchor and reporter at KWES Midland/Odessa, Texas. She received many awards for anchoring and reporting during her time at KWES.
Antonio joined the NewsCenter 5 team in June 2013. There she covered victory parades for two Patriots Super Bowl wins as well as a Red Sox World Series win. She previously worked as a morning anchor and reporter at KOB in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Antonio started working as a co-anchor and reporter of EyeOpener newscasts at WCVB. She co-anchored alongside co-anchor Randy Price, Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon, and Traffic Reporter Olessa Stepanova. She also co-anchors News Center 5 alongside co-anchor Erika Tarantal and Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon.
Antonio has interviewed the former president, Barack Obama during his presidential campaign. She also became a part of several teams Breaking News Awards from the New Mexico Broadcasters Association. She also had a role as News Anchor in two episodes of the popular television show, “Breaking Bad.”