Jaymee Sire was born on September 21, 1979, in Montana, USA. Both her parents are of white ethnicity and that makes her white too. Jaymee moved on from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University. She has been a good student all through her education days. At Washington State university she was a correspondent and in addition, a reporter WSU links 8. This is where sh started taking her career choice seriously although she was into journalism from a young age but this is when she really got into it.

In 2002, Sire began her profession as games and commentator in Great Falls, MT at KRTV which is a subsidiary of CBS. She likewise acted as a sideline correspondent for KFMB's San Diego Chargers preseason communicates from 2005 to 2006. She started her career low down the order but with hard work slowly but steadily moved towards the top. Sire acted as a columnist for KFMB-TV in San Diego for a long time. There she learned all kinds of journalism work. In 2008, she joined Comcast SportsNet Bay Area the channel at which she functioned as a columnist at SportsNet Central in addition to, a sideline journalist for the Golden State Warriors. From this point on she started to lean towards sports journalism. She delivered and facilitated A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum at CSN in the year 2011. Viewers were wowed by her confidence and presentation. Jaymee work at the CSN Bay Area in mid-2013 to work in ESPN organize. She got some great praise by many of the seniors for her work ethic. She has been working there since then. On 5th May, 2013, she made her SportsCenter make a big appearance.

Sire married Tristar creations, President Jeff Rosenberg. They met at a party and fell in love. Their wedding took place in front of family members and close friends. Jaymee is a self-declared foodie with a sustenance blog and a sandwich named after her, the Jaymee Sirewich. She has been living a very happy life with her husband with no signs of any struggle in the marriage. Sire had three assignments for Emmy Awards when she was working at CSN, she won one. Besides that she was granted a SAN Francisco Emmy Award in 2009 for All A's: An's in Japan Show, the show was disclosed on CSN. The fact that she got it at an age of just 29 years makes it even more amazing. In 2007, she got the Southwest Emmy Award for creating the Best Sports Story while at KFMB. She has also got a number of other awards such as in 2002 , for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting she got the very famous Judith Waller Award. She has a huge following on social media so her fans could follow her there. Her net worth and salary are not known at this point in time. For more details one can head over to her Twitter as well as Facebook page. She is quite active on social media so she can be followed there.

Last Modified: Apr 7, 2020

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