40 Sideline Reporters As Good As The Game
If you’re like us, then you watch a lot of sports. But you don’t need to be a sports fanatic or even watch that much live sports to know the dynamic of the broadcast – regardless of the sport. There’s a couple of main presenters that go back and forth on the action in the game, and then there’s a sideline or curtsied reporter. This reporter gets live and breaking information as it occurs, and then either relays it back to the main presenters in the booth (where they can not have such late-breaking action insights), or they will be televised on the spot themselves. This post is dedicated to the profession of sideline reporter. Here are some of the most well-known names in the world of sports reporting – especially sideline reporting. Enjoy!
In 2003 Alanna Rizzo graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a masters degree in broadcast journalism. Following her time as an anchor for CBS, was brought on full time at Root Sports Rocky Mountain, where she won 3 regional Emmy Awards. Being a sideline reporter who has extensive knowledge across multiple sports, Rizzo often gets to report on some big games – which is what happened in the photo above. Adrian Gonzalez hit a walk-off home run in a primetime Sunday afternoon game, and Alanna Rizzo was there to interview after the game. Too bad she was so involved with her job that she forgot to check for the incoming bucket of Gatorade!