Colleen Dominguez

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Colleen Dominguez
Born (1960-12-22) December 22, 1960 (age 56)
Sayre, Pennsylvania, USA
Education California State University at Los Angeles (BA)
Occupation Sportscaster, Journalist
Years active 1992-present

Colleen Dominguez (born December 22, 1960) is an American journalist originally from Sayre, Pennsylvania. Based in Los Angeles, she has been a national news correspondent on major news and sports television channels. She is a graduate of California State University at Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal studies.

Early career[edit]

Dominguez worked at the Fox News magazine, Front Page (1992-1994), and then was a producer at NBC News (1994-1995). She then became a reporter for KTLA-TV in Los Angeles (1995-1996). She then was a correspondent for NBC News, reporting for The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, and MSNBC from 1996 through 2003.[1]

Sports reporting[edit]

Dominguez later transitioned to sports reporting. She joined ESPN and appeared on multiple programs including SportsCenter, Outside the Lines[2] and Outside the Lines Nightly. She later joined rival network Fox Sports 1.[3] However, she became unhappy with her situation there and later filed a discrimination suit against the network.[4] The suit was later settled out of court.[5]

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