Atlanta & Company is Atlanta’s hour-long daytime show featuring local businesses, events and entertainment in Atlanta. It is a live, studio-based weekday show that airs on 11Alive at 11 a.m., following NBC’s Today Show.
got her start in television at age 13, when she signed on with commercial and modeling agencies in Tampa and Orlando. Her first commercial was with the recording artists Menudo (Ricky Martin) promoting Pepsi to international audiences. She still remembers the jingle they sang in Spanish... and she'll sing it if you ask really nicely!
After graduating from University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism, Christine began a five-year stint as an award-winning news anchor, reporter and producer at NBC affiliates in Florida and California. In 1997, she left the news business to become a freelance journalist in the San Francisco bay area. There she worked for various companies as a producer/reporter. She also appeared in numerous print advertising campaigns as well as commercials, voice overs and corporate vidoes for American Express, Buick, Macy's and Sprint. In 1999, she began hosting HGTV's popular home improvement show "Treasure Makers". The show lasted for five years before Pullara moved to Los Angeles to continue hosting shows for HGTV as well as other popular networks, such as E! Entertainment, FOX and Fine Living Network.
In 2005, she moved to Atlanta, Georgia to host the irreverent and wacky home improvement show "Bushwhacked" on Turner South, which earned two Southeastern Emmy Awards. She has also worked for NASCAR.com and PGA.com. In addition to hosting Atlanta & Company, she is currently hosting Joyful Noise Café on the Gospel Music Channel, weekdays at 8 a.m.
Christine lives in Buckhead with her husband Jim, daughters Caroline and Catherine, and dog Ruby.