Tina began her television career in her early 20s when she became the nation's "go-to girl" for everything hot and happening in Miami. She was in high demand, reporting for WFOR-CBS and WSVN-FOX, as an award-winning morning radio show host and producer for the top-rated Clear Channel station Y-100, and Miami correspondent for several national entertainment outlets. Her wit and intellect also earned her respect as a much sought-after writer and producer.
In 2000, Tina went from being an East Coast girl to an L.A. woman! Since then, Tina has become an internationally recognized TV personality having been featured on such shows as E!'s 101 Series, Extreme Close Up and FYE, Joel Silver's Next Action Star, and FOX's A Current Affair.
Today Tina brings her many talents to ABC7's iconic Eye on L.A. as host and senior producer. Thriving on adventure, Tina loves to uncover new and unique things to see and do throughout Los Angeles, and now she can take viewers along for the ride! In Tina's words, "L.A. is a city that's so vast you really have to shrink your focus to be able to see all of its hidden gems. But the gems are endless!" Look for more gems to be uncovered throughout L.A. as only Tina can deliver with her trademark sense of humor.
Eye on L.A. first hit the air in the '80s, and is now a weekly show all about adventures in Los Angeles. From style to food, from the people to the places, you'll always discover something new and have a little fun on Eye on L.A. Sundays at 6:30 p.m. on ABC7. Eye on L.A. is a production of KABC-TV Los Angeles.
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Eye on L.A. goes on a vegan foodie adventure
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'Once Upon a Time In Hollywood': Exclusive interview with Quentin Tarantino
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L.A. Pride History: First black gay magazine
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