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Erin Andrews
Erin Andrews

Interview: Erin Andrews (2012)

Fox Sports’ Erin Andrews talks about being a sportscaster and how she wants to inspire women.

Video Content: Erin Andrews (2012):
SIDEWALKS host Cindy Rhodes talks to Fox sportscaster Erin Andrews about her interest in sports, her time on “Dancing with The Stars,” and, as part of the promotional tour, her involvement with Degree Women to inspire women to be unapologetically strong by challenging them to test their limits, push their boundaries, and realize their inner strength.

Born in Lewiston, Maine, Erin Andrews is a leading sportscaster, who anchors and reports on various sports. Starting her career with gigs at the Sunshine Network and Turner South, Andrews had a headlining position with ESPN, where she covered hockey, college football, baseball, College World Series, Little League World Series, and Great Outdoor Games. Additionally, Andrews reported for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Currently, Andrews is with Fox Sports, where she anchors “FOX College Football,” as well as being a sideline reporter for MLB and NFL telecasts. In 2010, she appeared on the tenth season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” She and dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy placed third out of eleven dance teams. She is now a co-host of the long-running program.

Interview Credits:
Recorded: September 17, 2012
Host/Segment Producer: Cindy Rhodes
Videographer (for Cindy Rhodes): Ray Alvarado
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Degree Women Clinical Protection with motionSENSE

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