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Josh Elliott

Josh Elliott

Josh Elliott is an American television journalist born on July 6, 1971 in Los Angeles, California, USA.  Josh was adopted by Toni Jordan and Charles Elliott. The couple later divorced. He grew up in California and graduated with a degree in English Literature from the University of California, Santa Barbara. While student he worked for the school newspaper. He then went on to Columbia University of Journalism to do his Masters.

Doris Burke

Doris Burke

Doris Burke, is an American color analyst and TV reporter. She was born on January 4, 1965 in West Islip, New York, USA. Doris, the youngest of eight siblings grew up in Manasquan, New Jersey. She showed keen interest in basketball and started playing the game in the second grade. She studied in Manasquan High School and played as a point guard in the school team. Though several eastern colleges recruited her, Doris chose to go to Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island from where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in health service administration and social work. She went on to do her Master’s in Education. 

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott was born in 1965 and he died in 2015. He was an American sportscaster and an anchor of ESPN. He was well known in SportsCenter before his death. He was known for the hip-hop style with how he used the catchphrases. He was a regular of the network at the National Basketball Association (NBA), and National Football League (NFL). He grew up at the North Carolina University and he graduated from the University of North Carolina in the Chapel Hill. He worked with different local TV station before he started to work at ESPN. Even if there are already some sportscasters who were accomplished on the station, he is blending of the hip hop with the sports casting was special.

Sage Steele

Sage Steele

Sage Steele is a face you might come across on various channels like ESPN and ABC hosting shows like NBA Countdown. She is a television reporter born and brought up in The United States of America. She has also been a part of shows like Sportscenter and Sportsnation on ESPN. She worked for the first time as a sports reporter with WSBT in 1995 as soon as she completed her graduation.

Suzy Kolber

Suzy Kolber

Suzanne Lisa Kolber, generally known as Suzy is a famous television sports anchor and reporter. She was born on May 14, 1964 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. In 1982, she graduated from Upper Dublin High School, and in 1986, she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunication from the University of Miami. While in college, Kolber started working as a sports director for Dynamic Cable in Coral Gables. Post her graduation, she worked as a video tape coordinator for CBS Sports in New York.

Lisa Salters

Lisa Salters

Alisia Salters, popularly known as Lisa, is an American journalist, sportscaster and sports anchor born on March 6, 1966 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, USA. She was educated in Upper Merion Area High School and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Pennsylvania State University in 1988. Lisa was a basketball player in college. She played at the guard position for the Lady Lions Basketball team. Basketball players are generally tall. Lisa 5’2” in height holds the distinction of being the shortest player in the history of her college. 

Brian Kilmeade

Brian Kilmeade

Brian Kilmeade was born in Long Island of New York in 1964. He is known to be the co-host of the Fox and Friends for the Fox News Channels. He also hosted the Kilmeade and Friends in the Fox News radio. For his religion, he follows the Roman Catholicism. From the early age, he was too much influenced by journalism sectors. He is a graduate student for the B.A. He started the career life on Channel One as a correspondent. After sometime, he was called to be an anchor and he became the host of the KHSC-TV. He shifted among many jobs and because of such reason; he had been seen in different programs. He got the chance of hosting Jim Brown Show at the XTRA-AM. He was an announcing team in the 1994. He had also worked for the WVIT like a sideline reporter.

Michaela Pereira

Michaela Pereira

Michaela Pereira is a Canadian television personality. She was born on August 26, 1970 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Michaela is biracial. Her biological mother is a Norwegian and father, a Jamaican. When she was three months old, a white couple from British Columbia adopted her. At a young age, she knew she was adopted. All the members of the Pereira family are not of the same ethnic background, which made her a strong advocate for children rights. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University. Though her journalistic career brought her to the US where she has been for several years, she still holds her Canadian citizenship. Presently, she is residing in New York. She is fluent in both English and Portuguese.

Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett

Dale Jarrett was a world famous racer whose winnings are still memorable in the mind of his fans. He is a legendary icon who is still recognized more for his 3 times Daytona victory. Dale Jarrett started his racing career in 1977, where he was a participant of Hickory Motor Speedway racing tournament. He had shown outstanding efforts in #24 Ford racing held in 1982. He retired in 2008 in depressed emotions, which according to him is the main cause of his divorce from his wife, Kelley Jarrett.

Digger Phelps

Digger Phelps

Born in Beacon, New York on July 4, 1941, Richard Phelps, is a retired American college basketball coach. “Digger” Phelps was the coach of Notre Dame Fighting Irish Men’s basketball team coach for two decades spanning from 1971 to 1991. Phelps then worked with ESPN as a college basketball studio and game analyst. He did a short stint working for the government in between.

Beth Mowins

Beth Mowins

Beth Mowins was born in 1967 in Syracuse, New York. She currently works as a play to play announcer as well as a sports journalist for EPSN and CBS. She comes from a family which loves sports, as she grew up with 3 siblings, all of them are boys. While her father was a basketball coach, her mother closely followed ice hockey; it is evident that both her parents had some sentimental feelings towards sports.

Kirk Herbstreit

Kirk Herbstreit

Kirk Herbstreit is an American analyst. He works for ESPN’s College Game day which a TV program broadcasting college football. Before moving on to the broadcasting career, he was a quarterback for Ohio State Team. Though he did not get much exposure during his rookie year, he improved and was the starting quarterback for the entire next season.

Lindsay Czarniak

Lindsay Czarniak

Lindsay Ann Czarniak well known as Lindsay Czarniak is a sports reporter and anchor. She is an American and she spent six years with the WRC-TV normally called NBC4. She joined ESPN as the anchor in the Sports Center in 2011. She had been reporter and the studio host for the NASCAR Sprint Cup series under TNT and she was the former co-host and the reporter of the syndicated work, The George Michael Sports Machine. She served as the host as well as the sports desk reporter of NBC sports fro 2008 Summer Olympics that took place in Beijing.

Bonnie Bernstein

Bonnie Bernstein

Bonnie Bernstein is a journalist and sports executive and she is an American. She is the vice President for the Content and Brand Development of Campus Insiders. She served as the guest commentator on different news networks such as MSNBC, Fox News network and NBC.

Linda Cohn

Linda Cohn

Linda Cohn is a journalist in America. She is the best known and she is becoming the sportscaster for the ESPN. She had worked as the sportscaster from 1981. Her career started in the New York where she was walking at the WALK-AM in the 1981. She had debuted at Radio where she was the sports anchor. Afterwards, she worked as the anchor from different stations. Since 1987, Cohn made the history for being a female sports anchor that works full time for the national radio network. When she finished working on different radio stations, she got more experience in the sports and in anchoring which has been noted. She started to work at TV with Sports Channel America since 1988.

Molly Qerim

Molly Qerim

Molly Qerim was born in Haven at CT, and he attended the University of Connecticut. She has a degree of Arts in the communication. She likes journalism and did a degree of Masters in Journalism in the Quinnipiac University. She had joined NFL network in 2012 where she works as the anchor. When she was noticed by the audience, the popularity increased. She has now the contract in CBS Sports Network in 2010. The main areas that she covers include NCAA tournament and US open. There are many areas that she covers such as college football and National Signing Day. She is confident and she may handle many areas at ease while she contributes to FUELTV and UFC coverage.

Jesse Palmer

Jesse Palmer

Jesse Palmer is a Canadian sports commentator; he is a former professional football player. He played a quarter back in National Football League for more than four seasons. He played football with University of Florida.

Michael Wilbon

Michael Wilbon

Michael Ray Wilbon known as Michael Wilbon was born in 1958 and he is a commentator of espn and he worked as a sportswriter before and he was a columnist of Washington Post. He is the analyst of the ESPN and he was a co-host of Pardon the Interruption with a former writer called Tony Kornheiser.

Hannah Storm

Hannah Storm

Hannah Storm was born as Hannah Lynn Storen in 1962 and she is a Television sportswoman in America. She works on the SportsCenter of espn. She presents together with Bob Ley, but on Monday to Thursday, she is with Kevin Negandhi. She hosted the NBA Countdown pregame show at the ABC and it was a part of the game coverage for NBA.

Jamie Little

Jamie Little

Jamie Little is the American Pit reporter and she works for NASCAR for the coverage of the FOX. She is the former pit reporter who worked for the ESPN/ABC coverage under the Indy Racing League. She joined the ESPIN during the year 1998 and she covered for summer and winter X games. She is now known to be an extreme sports and motocross reporter under the Motoworld Program. Little won the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race where he edged out the Craftsman truck series for the champion Mike Skinner for only 0.324 seconds.