Kristine Sorensen KDKA, Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Children, Dog, Salary and Net Worth

Kristine Sorensen KDKA
Kristine Sorensen KDKA

Kristine Sorensen Biography

Kristine Sorensen is an American journalist who presently works as a reporter and anchor for KDKA-TV, anchoring the station’s newscasts at 5 p.m. and Noon. She joined the KDKA network in 2003 and anchored “Pittsburgh Today Live” for 11 years.

Kristine Sorensen Age

Kristine’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, she is rather secretive about her personal life.

Kristine Sorensen Birthday

Kristine has not disclosed any information on her birthday nor her date of birth.

Kristine Sorensen Height

Sorensen stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on her other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.

Kristine Sorensen Family

Kristine was born and raised in the USA, however, she has not disclosed any information on her family nor her siblings at the moment.

Kristine Sorensen Husband

Sorensen is married to Marty Griffin, an investigative reporter and radio talk show presenter at KDKA and KDKA-AM radio in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Marty was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 12, 1959.

Kristine Sorensen Dog

Sorensen has a dog whose name is Rosie whose dark brown in color. She likes spending time with her and also says that Rosie makes the workday more fun.

Kristine Sorensen Career

Sorensen works as a reporter and anchor for KDKA-TV, leading the station’s newscasts at 5 p.m. and Noon. She joined the KDKA network in 2003 and anchored “Pittsburgh Today Live” for 11 years.

Her weekly Kidsburgh reports, produced in collaboration with Kidsburgh.org, highlight the good aspects of our town for children and families. Sorensen formerly worked as a reporter and anchor in Dallas, Texas.

Sorensen received a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award for Features Reporter for Human Interest Stories for her Kidsburg reporting, which included a story about a youngster with autism who learned to communicate with a unique iPad speaking device and colorful crossing guard children in “A Musical Christmas Carol.”

The tale went viral on the internet and has been seen by over 2 million people. She has also received an AP Award for anchoring Pittsburgh Today Live, which was named the greatest news discussion program of the year, as well as the Edward R. Murrow Award for reporting.

Sorensen has been studying dance since she was a toddler and has worked with dance organizations for ten years. In 2013, she danced a solo with the Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company at the Byham Theatre.

Sorensen served on the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Board of Trustees for ten years and has written about dance for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She also supports the March of Dimes, Jefferson Awards Foundation, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, and Beverly’s Birthdays.

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