Karina Nova Biography
Karina Nova is a famous American news anchor and reporter. She serves since June 2006 at WBNS 10 News based in Columbus. Ohio as a news anchor and general assignment reporter currently.
Nova has covered big stories, such as the Chardon High School shootings. The Zanesville Animal Escape, and the 2012 Train Derailment, for which she earned an Emmy.
Karina Nova Age
Karina Nova Height
She stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 inches (Approx. 1.6 m).
Karina Nova Education
In 2002, She studied at the University of Kent State and later graduated. With a Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs in 2006·
Karina Nova Family
Nova was born to her supportive parents in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan near the Caspian Sea. Her family moved to Ohio, Ashtabula, United States at age 8. Nova belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds an American nationality. She has not disclosed any details concerning her parents and/or siblings to the public dominion thogh.
Karina Nova Husband
Nova is a young charming woman who enjoys her life and career. She likes to keep her life private away from the spotlight regarding his love life though. Hence, it’s not known whether Nova is single, dating, engaged, or married.
She loves the theater, racking up frequent flier miles, and exotic cuisine.
Karina Nova Salary
Nova earns an annual salary of $66,564 per year, according to 10 TV News anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Karina Nova Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Karina Nova Career
Since June 2006, she serves at WBNS 10 News located in Columbus, Ohio as a news anchor and general assignment reporter. Nova has covered big stories, such as the Chardon High School shootings.
The Zanesville Animal Escape, and the 2012 Train Derailment, for which she earned an Emmy. She also loves being the 10TV spokesperson for the Franklin County Metro Parks.
Nova served at TV2 News, a station in Portage County as an anchor and producer while in college at Kent State. She also reported and anchored for the Emmy-nominated show NewsOhio in addition.
Nova interned in Sen. George Voinovich’s office in Washington at C-SPAN, the Voice of America. She loves being a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters and volunteering in the community.