Rina Nakano Biography
Rina Nakano is an American media personality serving as a reporter and multi-media journalist for CBS2 and KCAL9. She is a former reporter for ABC 10News San Diego (KGTV Channel 10).
Rina Nakano Age
Rina was born and grew raised in Irvine, California. She has not released her date or year of birth to the public yet.
Rina Nakano Education
She graduated from the University of California, San Diego with double BA in Communication and Japanese Studies with a minor in Music.
Rina Nakano Ethnicity
She is of Asian ethnicity.
Rina Nakano Parents
There is no known information about her parents yet.
Rina Nakano Husband
She is happily married to Scott, although there is no public information available regarding him or how they met or even when they got married.
Rina Nakano Kids
Rina has no children as of 2021 but she is a dog mom. Her dog is known as Poke, a Corgi-Chihuahua.
Rina Nakano CBS – Rina Nakano KGTV-TV
Rina is a general assignment reporter and multi-media journalist for Orange County and Inland Empire area at CBS 2 and KCLA9 News, Los Angeles. She joined the network in 2022.
She is a former General assignment reporter and Multi-Media Journalist for KGTV ABC 10News, San Diego. She began her career in journalism as a student intern at KGTV while she was pursuing two bachelor’s degrees from the University of California, San Diego. She later interned for CNN International in Tokyo, Japan.
In July 2009 she was hired by KCWY NBC News 13, in Casper, Wyoming as an evening anchor, multi-media journalist and forecaster. During her tenure, she covered WWII Era Japanese Internment Camp Heart Mountain, 2010 Gubernatorial Elections, Wyoming Republican Convention.
In August 2011 she joined NHK World Newsline as a bilingual reporter She used her bilingual skills to report for a 24-hour English news program, covering the tsunami and nuclear disaster aftermath and feature stories.
In 2013 she returned to America, joining KSWB FOX 5 as a freelance general assignment reporter. In January 2014 she joined KTXL in Sacramento as a general assignment reporter and multi-media journalist and also a fill-in anchor. She covered the 2017 Tehama County Shootings, 2017 Northern California Wildfires, 2017 Oroville Dam Disaster, 2015 Denise Huskins Kidnapping, Northern California Wildfires, 2014 Napa Earthquake, 2014 World Series, Capitol Coverage, among others
Rina Nakano Salary
Her estimated salary is $100,000 annually.
Rina Nakano Networth
His net worth is approximately $ 1 million.