Journalist Colleen Dominguez Joins FOX Sports
Accomplished journalist Colleen Dominguez joins Fox Sports to serve its family of channels as a reporter and feature contributor, including Fox Sports 1's Fox Sports LIVE, the network's nightly news, highlights and opinion show. The announcement was made today by Scott Ackerson, Fox Sports Executive Vice President, Studio Production.
"Colleen is a well-respected media personality who brings years of experience and credibility in the field," Ackerson said. "We are thrilled to add a gifted personality with her expertise and presence to our networks as we continue to improve our talent roster."
Based in Los Angeles, Dominguez joins Fox Sports after spending the last decade at ESPN. She appeared on SportsCenter, Outside The Lines and Outside The Lines Nightly, and covered breaking news and major sporting events across the world. Her investigative pieces and human-interest features range from the NFL to MLB and NBA, including major interviews with Tiger Woods and Russell Wilson. She is the only person to have had a sit-down interview with Shaquille O'Neal on the day he left the Los Angeles Lakers.
Prior to ESPN, Dominguez was a correspondent with NBC News, reporting for Today, NBC Nightly News and programming on MSNBC. In addition to capturing one of NBC's first interviews with O.J. Simpson, her experience transcends sports and into the entertainment industry as well, conducting other notable interviews with A-List Hollywood personalities like Angelina Jolie, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Johnny Depp. She also has reported live from the Grammys, Emmys and Academy Awards.
Dominguez began her on-air career as a reporter for KTLA-TV in Los Angeles in 1995. A native of Sayre, Pennsylvania, Dominguez graduated from California State University at Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal studies.
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