With the event Josina Anderson of FOX 31 News in Denver has been hired as ESPN's Chicago bureau reporter, the list of ESPN women is even brighter and brighter. Let’s have a look at some of the other female ESPN anchors and reporters.
Graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast communications, Brunson first joined the ESPN set in 1999 as an ESPN News anchor. These days, Brunson serves as co-host alongside David Lloyd on the network's weekend morning SportsCenter programs. Prior to ESPN, Brunson worked as a weekend sports and news reporter at KATU in Portland, Oregon, from July 1998 to August 1999. While in Portland, the ESPN woman covered the Portland Trail Blazers, the University of Oregon and Oregon State University football, men’s and women’s basketball programs. Cindy Brunson also served as a weather anchor and news reporter at KHQ-6 in Spokane, Wash.
Cindy Brunson is married to current ESPN and former SNY anchor Steve Berthiaume
Stepping onto ESPN as an ESPNEWS anchor in 2002, Dana Jacobson was easy to turn into an anchor on the 6 pm Sportscenter, and then was named co-host of Cold Pizza, now ESPN First Take.
Moreover, Dana is widely known for her rowdy performance at the Mike and Mike Roast, for which she was delayed from ESPN for a week
A sideline reporter for ESPN's College Football Thursday Primetime series, Erin Andrews also entered the ESPN team in 2004 as an NHL reporter.
Interestingly, Andrews is famous for the "peep hole scandal," when a man videotaped Andrews in her hotel room through the peep hole
Female ESPN Anchors and Reporters in Pictures: Erin Andrews
Currently working as a co-host NFL Football Live on ESPN Radio, Bonnie Bernstein covered The Bulls in 1995 and returned to ESPN in 2006 after joining CBS Sports
Making debut a ESPN reporter in Los Angeles 2004, Colleen Dominguez is seen regularly on SportsCenter, and Outside the Lines
Another woman of ESPN is Rachel Nichols who is currently a regular on Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night NFL Countdown
Joined in 2009 as a co-host of SportsNation on ESPN 2, Michelle Beadle is now a newer addition to the ESPN team
Becoming a member of ESPN in 2000, Lisa Salters successes in doing a lot of worldwide coverage for ESPN including the 2006 Winter Olympics and the 2002 FIFA World Cup
Since 2001, Tina Dixon has been the premier female announcer for ESPN’s coverage of the Winter X Games. Before, she was a professional snowboarder herself winning 4 medals in the XGames, including two gold ones
Ever crown as Miss Illinois Teen USA, Nicole Manske or Briscoe is the host of the daily NASCAR Now on ESPN2
As a reporter of College GameDay for both football and basketball, Jenn Brown has been the new member to ESPN since 2010
Female ESPN Anchors and Reporters in Pictures: Jenn Brown