|Alma mater||Washington and Lee University|
Kaylee Hartung (born November 7, 1985) is an American broadcaster. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, she has served as a contributor for CBS News, ESPN, CNN, ABC News, and NBC News. In July 2022, she was announced as the sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video.
Hartung was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She graduated from Episcopal High School in 2003. She earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in journalism and politics from Washington and Lee University, graduating in 2007.
She was a CBSNews.com reporter on the daily Washington Unplugged program and featured correspondent for Unplugged Under 40. Following a summer internship with NBC, she began her career as an assistant to Bob Schieffer, which led to an associate producer position on Face the Nation.
She then worked at ESPN, serving in particular as a correspondent for SEC Network. In 2017, Hartung was hired by CNN. In 2019, Hartung left CNN and joined ABC News as a correspondent.
In July 2022, Amazon announced that Hartung would return to sports broadcasting as a sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football.
In January 2023, Kaylee joined NBC News' The Today Show as a National correspondent. Also, Kaylee helped with NBC Sports' NFL Wild Card Weekend with Al Michaels and Tony Dungy.
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- ^ a b Michael Malone (2019-07-18). "Kaylee Hartung Joins ABC News as Correspondent". Broadcasting Cable. Retrieved 2022-08-26.
- ^ a b Rigdon, Jay (2022-07-21). "Kaylee Hartung officially announced as Amazon's Thursday Night Football sideline reporter". Awful Announcing. Retrieved 2022-08-26.
- ^ a b Bucholtz, Andrew (2015-06-16). "Kaylee Hartung engages critic, shows she doesn't need a map to Cal State-Fullerton's dugout". Awful Announcing. Retrieved 2022-08-26.
- ^ Rigdon, Jay (2022-07-21). "Kaylee Hartung officially announced as Amazon's Thursday Night Football sideline reporter". Awful Announcing. Retrieved 2022-08-26.
- 1985 births
- Living people
- Episcopal High School (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) alumni
- People from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- People from Washington, D.C.
- American women journalists
- Washington and Lee University alumni
- CBS News people
- ABC News people
- College football announcers
- College basketball announcers in the United States