Christina Hartman

Christina Hartman

Christina Hartman

Vice President and Head of Scripps News

Christina Hartman, vice president and head of Scripps News, leads the network that reaches 95% of Americans with fact-based, in-depth reporting and programming on multiple platforms.

Prior to her current role, Hartman served as head of news standards for Scripps News and Court TV. She also previously served as vice president of Newsy – which rebranded as Scripps News in January 2023. In that role, Hartman led the newsroom to several awards including: Society of Professional Journalists’ (SPJ) Sigma Chi Delta, Online News Association, Cynopsis and a national Edward R. Murrow.

Prior to joining Scripps, she worked in production on CNN's "State of the Union" and "Reliable Sources."

Hartman earned her master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia and her bachelor’s degree in English from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. She is a mother of two boys and lives with her husband Daniel in Atlanta.

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Recent Work
K.T. McFarland

Democrats Put Ambassador's Confirmation On Hold

Sen. Jeff Flake

A Republican Writes A Campaign Donation To A Democrat

A supporter listens to Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore speak

The White House Is Supporting Moore, Despite 'Concerning' Allegations

Australian MP Tim Wilson proposed to his partner on during a gay marriage bill debate

Australian Lawmaker Proposes To Partner During Gay Marriage Debate

President Donald Trump, Senate candidate Roy Moore

President Trump Endorsed Roy Moore (Really This Time)

Michael Slager

Officer Who Shot Walter Scott Faces Sentencing

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

It's Time To Resolve The Differences Between The 2 GOP Tax Bills

Former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Robert Mueller waits for the beginning of a hearing.

Robert Mueller, The Russia Probe And Abnormal Times

Bravo reality star Daisy Lewellyn, 36, died after battling cancer.

Reality Star Daisy Lewellyn Dies Of Liver Cancer At 36

Bobby Jindal Drops Out Of Presidential Race

Trump Would 'Strongly Consider' Closing US Mosques

Staff Tackled Gunman In Shooting At South Dakota High School

Israeli Police Can Open Fire On Palestinian Stone-Throwers

Congressman Swipes Pope's Leftover Water

Where The GOP Field Stands On Weed

Here's What That Bush-Trump Casino Exchange Was About

Ohio Judge Holds Himself In Contempt Of Court

How Huckabee And Carson Want To Overhaul Taxes

First HoloLens Coming From Microsoft 'Within The Next Year'

50 Cent Files For Bankruptcy

Duggars Give Jill And Derick Dillard A Sendoff

Donald Trump Is Running For President (For Real This Time)

Erdogan Doesn't Have Votes To Rewrite Turkey's Constitution

Lindsey Graham's A Hawk, But Not The Only One In The Running

Bernie Sanders 'Rape Essay' Will Probably Go Away

Beau Biden Dies Of Brain Cancer

Pressure Cooker Destroyed Near U.S. Capitol

Did Lindsey Graham Just Announce His 2016 Candidacy?

Obama Limiting Military-Style Equipment For Police

Law Enforcement Officer Deaths Up From 2013's Historic Low