Christopher King is a veteran journalist who has been on the front lines of some of the nation’s biggest stories, from the 9/11 terror attack in New York to the massacre on the Las Vegas Strip.
He’s excited to join the team at CBS2/FOX 28 and put his years of experience to work in the Corridor.
Throughout his career, Christopher has reported on major events across the United States. He anchored Emmy-Award-Winning coverage of the Las Vegas mass shooting and has covered everything from newsmakers in the world of entertainment to the nation’s capital, as well as state capitals in Georgia and New Jersey.
Christopher worked as a reporter for CBS46 in Atlanta. He was on the scene for the church shootings in Charleston, S.C., the Atlanta Public School cheating scandal and when former President Jimmy Carter announced he’s battling cancer.
Before joining CBS46, Christopher worked as a freelance reporter at CBS Newspath and CNN.
At CNN, he covered the JonBenet Ramsey story in Boulder, Colorado, the Sago Mine disaster in West Virginia and government waste in the nation's capital.
Christopher is originally from New York City. He is a graduate of New York University's School of Journalism and earned 72 credits in NYU’s PhD program in American Studies.