Amanda Starrantino is a multimedia journalist working at CBS News Bay Area, KPIX 5 as a morning news anchor. Prior to that, she worked for WRTV, an ABC-affiliated television station in Indianapolis, Indiana. In May 2015, she began working on the news station as a morning anchor; later, she transitioned to evening anchor.
Amanda is qualified from Chapman University, where she read Television & Broadcast Journalism and Political Science and achieved her education in under three years. Before completing her education, she obtained the Orange County Press Club Best College Journalist Award and Scholarship in 2011 & 2012.
Up to now, she hasn't disclosed information of date of birth to the public yet, but she was born in LA, California. As a popular anchor with a huge following, it's expected people get curious about their personal life.
Who is Amanda Starrantino Married to?
It seems Amanda is married to the pianist and founder of Carbon Negative LLC, Tyler Sonnega. They got married in 2021, with a few guests attending their ceremony and only inviting their close and loved ones. It's unknown, and not sure how and when they met and started dating, but one thing for sure is that they are now a happy couple. Anchor Jeannette Reyes is also a married woman.
She is a young woman who loves both her life and career. She keeps a low profile about her love life, and very little detail is prescribed regarding their love life. She currently resides in New Indiana, Indianapolis, with her dogs, Chihuahua & Pitbull and her husband Sonnega, which she keeps on updating on her Instagram account.
Amanda Starrantino's Transition of Career
Before settling down in the Midwest, Amanda worked as a reporter, anchor, and weather forecaster for KSBY News. She loved and grasped the knowledge from many news internship opportunities and the morning show at KABC in Los Angeles.
Then she worked in the entertainment section at KTLA in Los Angeles, writing for the Orange County Register and advancing across the country to intern with WJLA in Washington, D.C. She took a freelance position with the Orange County Register while still studying her undergrad education.
The NBC News affiliate on California's Central Coast at that time covered everything from the county courts to local politics, the California lack of rain in the city, and current local affairs and issues. Later, she joined the ABC news affiliate where Abby Huntsman makes a good amount of income.
Afterwards, she worked as a reporter at an ABC News affiliate in Indiana before returning home. While taking her time in the Midwest, she loved covering for severe weather conditions and Notre Dame Hockey and Football.
Nevertheless, Amanda is a figure skating professional skater. She has been ambitiously skating from her childhood at the age of 3, calling her home rink the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo. Amanda still continues her training there. She also enjoys participating and competing in pageantry, in 2010, where she earned the title of Miss California Teen.
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