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

Saudi King Snubbing White House With Gulf Summit Absence?

'Star Trek' Actress Grace Lee Whitney Dies At 85

Should Ronald Reagan's Would-Be Assassin Be Released?

Insanity Defense For James Holmes Could Prove Difficult

What Happened While Freddie Gray Was In Police Custody?

Jodi Arias Sentenced To Life In Prison Without Parole

Do Australian Financial Incentives 'Coerce' Vaccinations?

Joining The Military Could Get Easier (And More Attractive)

These Popular Antibiotics Can Cause Permanent Nerve Damage

Ted Cruz Announces (Again) He's Running For President

Supreme Court Won't Hear Challenge To Wis. Voter ID Law

How Disability Law Can Change Police Tactics

Kraft Recalls Macaroni & Cheese Over Metal Concerns

Loretta Lynch Has Been Waiting A While For Confirmation

Bill Requiring ID For Bathroom Use Passes Fla. Subcommittee

Three Men Arrested In Alleged Plot To Support ISIS

Ga. To Execute First Woman In Decades

Albino Tanzanians Face Great Risk With Little Protection

Alan Turing's Story Inspires Petitions To Pardon Gay Men

One Reason You Might Not Want Squeaky-Clean Dishes

How The Movie 'American Sniper' Could Have Ended Differently

Egypt Retaliates With Airstrikes On ISIS

Sony's Pascal: 'All I Did Was Get Fired'

Should The U.S. Arm Ukraine? Merkel Doesn't Think So

New Gun Restrictions Are Unlikely In The Near Future

Hunting Activist Called 'Vile, Sadistic Murderer'

Keystone XL Pipeline Bill Passes In The Senate

Newsweek's Tech Sexism Story: More Than Just A Cover

Why You Can't Buy Some U.K.-Made Chocolate In The U.S.

Ernst's GOP Response Paints Bleaker Economic Picture