User:Mollyqerim/Molly qerim

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Molly Qerim (born March 31, 1984 in New Haven, CT) is a sports anchor and reporter who is currently working for CBS Sports and the Versus Network. Molly worked some of the most prestigious networks throughout sports and entertainment in her young career and is regarded as a rising star in the sports broadcast industry.

Early Life[edit]

Qerim received a bachelor of arts degree in communications and minor in business administration from the University of Connecticut. She received a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Quinnipiac University.

Professional & Broadcasting Career[edit]

Molly is considered to be a female poineer in the MMA / UFC broadcast industry. Qerim has been covering the burgeoning sport since 2007 with various networks such as Versus and ESPN. Molly co-hosted the world MMA Awards with UFC Champion and MMA Legend, Randy Couture.

In September of 2010, Molly Qerim joined The CBS College Sports Network as a Studio Anchor. Hosting The SEC Tailgate Show, SEC Tonight and MaxPreps Lemming Report. Qerim also anchors The Half-time Reports and Updates throughout the games for both College Football and Basketball.

In addition, Qerim joined the cast of VERSUS’ nightly show, The Daily Line, earlier this year. She will also anchor the live coverage of UFC events on VERSUS from location.

In 2008, Molly Qerim served as the interactive host for College Football Live on ESPN and ESPN 2. She also served as the breaking news reporter for Fantasy Football Now on ESPN 2 and was honored with an Emmy for her contribution to the show. Qerim co-hosted ESPNU’s Campus Connection. She was also a correspondent on MMA Live providing reports and features; on ESPN 2, ESPN.com, ESPN UK and ESPN Australia.

Qerim has been a part of other digital media content, as well as conducting various interviews of athletes and celebrities in the Bristol studios. She has traveled to cover the Super Bowl, Heisman Trophy presentation, UFC events, the NBA draft and All-Star Game and the MLB All-Star game, providing on-site reporting and interviews.

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