Women in Sports Media

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Show discusses the pros and cons of women covering big ticket sports like football, baseball and basketball in radio, television and print. Are these women necessary and important in the world of sports media?

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Bonnie Bernstein was named by the American Sportscasters Association as one of the top women sportscasters in her field. After spending 17 years covering some of the nation's most prestigious sporting events on-air for ESPN and CBS,... more

Carly Reichert Blake is a Communications major out of The College of New Jersey. Upon graduation, Carly moved to California where she was a production assistant, post production coordinator and director's assistant on television... more

Elinor Kaine-Penna is one of the first female sportswriters to cover pro-football in the 1960's. Kaine is most famous for not getting into the Yale Bowl pressbox on August 18, 1969 at the New York Jets 37-14 exhibition victory over the NY... more

Jane Chastain made history as one of the nation's first female sportscasters. She spent 17 years covering sports on television. In 1966 she was the first female sports reporter allowed on the field for a National League Baseball... more

Betty Caywood is an American sportscaster. She was one of the first female Major League Baseball broadcasters, providing color commentary on radio and television broadcasts for the Kansas City Athletics in September , 1964.... more

Katie Hnida is a pioneer in the world of sports, being the first woman to play and score points in a NCAA Div. I footballball game. Katie's football career began at Chatfield Senior High School in Littleton, CO, where she played varsity football... more

Mary Carillo served as a late night host and Olympic correspondent for NBC at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Carillo served in the same role for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games and in 2008 Bejiing Olympic Games. At the 2004... more

Andrea Kremer has been called "the best TV interviewer in the business of covering the NFL" by the Los Angeles Times. She currently serves as a reporter for NBC Sports and correspondent for HBO's Real Sports with Bryant... more

With experience as a basketball player, coach and analyst, Carolyn Peck made her debut on NBC as a sports desk reporter at the 2012 Olympic Summer Games in London. Originally from Tennessee, Peck was a two-time All-American... more

Ann Liguori is a true pioneer in the field of sports broadcasting, owning her sports radio and television properties, maintaining the rights to her shows from the beginning of her career in 1982. After graduating from the University of South... more

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