Christie Casciano Biography, Age, Husband, Awards, NewsChannel9

Christie Casciano Biography

Christie Casciano is an American award-winning veteran anchor and author currently working as an anchor for NewsChannel 9 in Syracuse. She has been recognized nationally by the Positive Coaching Alliance as “delightful books that teach an important lesson about teamwork.” Christie also writes a monthly parent advice column for USA Hockey Magazine and teamed up with NewsChannel 9’s Lou Gulino and Tim Fox to write “Syracuse Television History.”

Christie Casciano Age

Casciano’s information about the exact date of birth is not yet revealed or updated.

Christie Education

Casciano graduated from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Christie Casciano Husband

Casciano when it comes to matters concerning her personal life she is somehow private. She has not yet updated her relationship or marital status.

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Christie Casciano NewsChannel 9

Christie anchors NewsChannel 9 First at 4:00, NewsChannel 9 at 5:00, 5:30, 6:00 and Eleven at 11:00 with Rod Wood. Christie has covered many major stories that have impacted the Central New York community and developed NewsChannel 9’s OnTheLookout.net, a crime franchise that has been recognized statewide for its efforts to help keep neighborhoods safe. Each week Christie profiles wanted criminals and her reporting has helped police solve hundreds of cases.

Christie Casciano Books

Christie has also been recognized nationally by the Positive Coaching Alliance as “delightful books that teach an important lesson about teamwork.” Christie also writes a monthly parent advice column for USA Hockey Magazine and teamed up with NewsChannel 9’s Lou Gulino and Tim Fox to write “Syracuse Television History.” She has also written three children’s books “The Puck Hog” 1 and 2, and “Hockey Mom”

Christie Casciano Awards

Casciano is the recipient of numerous community and professional awards including the Syracuse Press Club’s Professional Standards Award, the Governor’s Traffic Safety Award, The New York State Gang Violence Task Force Media Award and received a proclamation from the Onondaga County Executive naming December 29, 2012, as Christie Casciano Day.

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