Audrey Asistio Biography
Audrey Asistio is a journalist from the United States who currently works as an anchor/reporter for NBC10 Boston and NECN. She joined the company in August of 2016. Before joining NBC10 Boston, Audrey worked for KOVR, the CBS affiliate in Sacramento, for more than three years as a morning and lunchtime co-anchor.
How old is Audrey Asistio? – Age
She was born in 1993 in San Bruno, California, in the United States. She is 29 years as of 2022.
Where did Audrey Asistio go to school? – Education
Audrey attended San Francisco State University to study Radio and Television with a focus on Broadcast Journalism.
Audrey Asistio – Family
Attempts to determine her family’s identities were futile because no publicly available information about them exists. As a result, her siblings are unknown.
Audrey Asistio Husband and Children
Asistio is a happy wife and mother. Mark, her husband, is her life partner. They have two children, a daughter Maisyn and a son Cayde, who they share.
Audrey Asistio Height
Asistio is 5-foot-6-inch (1.62m) tall.
What is Asistio Salary?
She receives an annual estimated salary of $78,635.
Asistio Net Worth
Her net worth is predicted to range from $1 million – $5 million.
Audrey Asistio 49er
Audrey is a former Northern California 49ers cheerleader.
What happened to Christa Delcamp? -NBC10 – Workplace
Audrey has covered a number of major stories in New England from the anchor desk, which include the double-murder trial and suicide of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez, and also the college admissions bribery scandal, in which dozens of wealthy parents are accused of cheating their children into elite universities across the country.
She was the only Boston reporter in New York City at the time of the 2017 Halloween Day terrorist attack, giving New Englanders live coverage just moments after it occurred.
Audrey also covered the 2018 Winter Olympics for a month in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Audrey spent more than three years as a morning and lunchtime co-anchor at KOVR, Sacramento’s CBS affiliate. Audrey brought her Northern California viewers through a flurry of live breaking news events around the country, including the Boston Marathon bombings and the stabbing of Spencer Stone, a US airman hailed as a hero for preventing an attack on a Paris-bound train. She also worked at radio stations in Fresno, Chico, and Yakima. Audrey studied in Radio and Television with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism at San Francisco State University.