Kristi Lee autographs a fan's vehicle outside of the Coronado Theatre in Rockford, IL on October 17, 2008.
July 17, 1960 |
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Kristi Lee, whose real name is Theresa Renee Rose, (born July 17, 1960) is the longtime news director of the nationally-syndicated radio show The Bob & Tom Show and is responsible for delivering newscasts of various headlines (which are often used for humorous takeoffs) during the show.
Her first full-time job in communications was at WRTV CH 6, where she was a Television Engineer for 6 years. Also during that time she was a part-time disc jockey for WFBQ Q95, the station which eventually hired Bob and Tom for mornings. She began her full-time radio career with Bob and Tom in 1989 and remains with them to this day.
Lee was also featured on ESPN and ESPN2 as a side line reporter, covering events like lacrosse, auto racing, and the first three X Games on ESPN2. In the mid-nineties she was the side line reporter for the NBA's Indiana Pacers.
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