Christina Lob

Christina Lob

Weekend Anchor/Reporter

Christina Lob joined the WMBF News Team in February 2018 as a Weekend Anchor/Reporter. Born and raised in South Florida, Christina decided to pursue her undergraduate studies in her home state at the University of Florida. There, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications and went on to earn her Master's Degree in Broadcast Journalism at Boston University.

Christina comes to Myrtle Beach from Anchorage, Alaska where she began her career as a reporter, embarking on the adventure with nothing but three large suitcases of clothes. Christina worked her way up the ranks to become a Weekend Anchor and ultimately Evening Anchor during her time in the Last Frontier. While reporting, Christina was assigned the military beat. She had opportunity to tell the unique stories of the vast community of service members stationed there, from flying in an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter with the U.S. Coast Guard to covering the U.S. Air Force's intercept of Russian bombers off Alaska's coast.

After spending two years in Alaska's frigid temperatures, she's thrilled to be living at the beach and close to home! Christina is eager to explore all South Carolina has to offer while continuing to gain experience in the television news career field.

Recent Articles by Christina

Number of snake bite reports skyrocket in South Carolina

Businesses, vendors happy with outcome of Fall Bike Rally

Florence County Sheriff’s Office investigators searching for missing teen

Horry County Schools toughening punishment for students caught vaping

S.C. program offers ‘bed shaker’ smoke alarms for hearing impaired

MBFD gets new gear to help reduce cancer risk among firefighters

Beachgoers urged to be aware of king tide during Fourth of July

Country music star Travis Tritt involved in multi-vehicle crash that left two dead, others injured on Highway 22

Watch where you step: Jellyfish washing ashore in Myrtle Beach

Investigation ruled homicide after pizza delivery man shot, killed during ‘routine delivery’ in Darlington

Government shutdown could impact SNAP, local food banks

New poll shows South Carolinians in favor of legalizing medical marijuana

‘It’s pretty neat:' Seal sightings on SC’s shores continue to mesmerize

Study: South Carolina ranks dead last in protecting against elder abuse

Baby Boy Horry’s death remains unsolved 10 years later

Police warn of porch pirates this holiday season

New moped law to take effect in South Carolina

Report: South Carolina will have one of the highest nursing shortages in nation by 2030

Vet warns of danger ‘Death Angel’ mushrooms pose to pets