Top Keynote Speakers From ESPN

Since 1979, ESPN has been the worldwide leader in sports coverage. As the network has grown into an international brand, the on-air personalities that star on the network have also grown in popularity. Some of these ESPN personalities have become sought-after keynote speakers for corporate events, charity functions and more. They have great stories to tell about their careers, the sports world and causes that are close to their hearts. 

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Bomani Jones is one of the rising stars in sports media at ESPN. He is the co-host of an ESPN television show with Pablo Torre that launched in January 2018. Jones has also hosted a daily sports talk...

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He’s been the face and the voice of ESPN for the last 30 years.  Legendary broadcaster Chris Berman is far more than just a commentator, play-by-play man, and expert analyst, according to ESPN he is t...

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Chris Fowler is most recognizable for his role with ESPN’s Saturday morning program College GameDay. Fowler has been with ESPN since 1986 when he was a host/reporter for Scholastic Sports America. Aft...

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His voice is one of the greatest of all time in the history of athletics.  For decades Dick Vitale has been on the sideline as a coach and color commentator, and always adds excitement no matter what...

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Hannah Storm is a sports journalist who is currently a co-anchor for ESPN’s SportsCenter. Storm began her broadcasting career as the first female host of CNN Sports Tonight from 1989 to 1992. After th...

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Holly Rowe is a reporter for ESPN who joined the network permanently in 1998. She had worked some assignments for ESPN in 1997 and ABC Sports in 1995-96. As a reporter, Rowe primarily covers college f...

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Jay Bilas is a man of many talents. Those talents include being a former professional basketball player and coach, serving as one of the most popular television sports personalities in the world, and...

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Jeremy Schaap is one of the most popular sports personalities in the country, having won six Emmy Awards for his work on ESPN’s SportsCenter, Outside the Lines and E:60. Throughout his career his work...

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Joe Tessitore has long been regarded as one of the best play by play broadcasters in sports. Tessitore currently heads up ESPN's Monday Night Football broadcasts. He previously spent 16 years as a top...

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Kirk Herbstreit is the face of ESPN’s College GameDay program and one of the most respected voices in all of college football. Herbstreit gained his extensive knowledge of the game while playing...

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Rece Davis had a passion for broadcast work from an early age. He went to the University of Alabama and graduated with a degree in Broadcast News and Public Affairs. While still in school he did numer...

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Sage Steele may be recognized as a face from the ESPN and ABC networks. Sage was born in 1972 in the Panama Canal Zone to parents of Irish and Italian descent. She was considered an “army brat”, as he...

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Scott Van Pelt is one of the co-anchors for ESPN’s flagship program SportsCenter and hosts his own show on ESPN Radio. Van Pelt began his sports broadcasting career at a Fox affiliate in Washington D....

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Shelley Smith is a sports correspondent. Smith attended the University of Nebraska from 1976-81 where she majored in journalism and political science. She has wrote and reported for Sports Illustrated...

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You may recognize the name, or more likely the face, of Suzy Kolber as one of the original anchors of ESPN2, most frequently an American football sideline reporter for the network. Kolber was born and...