Tina Campbell (born 1971 Dundonald) is a Northern Irish television presenter and journalist. She parted company with UTV in early 2013 and is currently a newscaster on BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Newsline.
Tina Campbell joined UTV as a continuity announcer in 1994 before moving to the newsroom in 1997. She hosted the 1997 and 1998 series of What Next? and contributed to a UTV documentary on the Ulster Hospital in 2007. She was also one of the original presenters for UTV Life and a relief weather presenter for Frank Mitchell.
Campbell was appointed as the second female anchor of UTV Live in February 2007, replacing Kate Smith. In 2008, she presented two series of UTV's topical debate show Late and Live. and she presently hosts The Seven Thirty Show on UTV. She is currently employed by BBC Northern Ireland as a Radio Newsreader on BBC Radio Ulster and a TV Newsreader and Continuity Announcer.
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- "New job, new baby" Belfast Telegraph, 8 February 2007, retrieved 10 January 2007
- UTV Announcers The TV Room; accessed 15 June 2008
- "'I just love the power I have doing live TV'" Belfast Telegraph, 7 April 2008; accessed 20 January 2009
- Tina Campbell filmography BFI Film and TV Database, accessed 15 June 2008
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- "Mum's the word" Belfast Telegraph, 28 February 2005; accessed 20 January 2009