Jaymee Sire

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Jaymee Sire is a sportscaster who currently works for ESPN. She previously worked at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, where she primarily served as an anchor/reporter for SportsNet Central and a reporter for Giants Pre Game Live and Giants Post Game Live. She also served as a sideline reporter for the Golden State Warriors, Oakland A’s, and San Jose Sharks games. Sire has also hosted multiple Giants, A's, UC Berkeley, and Stanford magazine shows for the network. In 2011, she produced and hosted A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum, also at Comcast SportsNet.

Careers[edit]

Before joining Comcast SportsNet in 2008, Sire was a sports reporter at KFMB-TV (CBS) in San Diego for five years. From 2005-2006, she was a sideline reporter for KFMB's San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts. Sire began her career as a news and sports anchor/reporter at KRTV (CBS) in Great Falls, MT in 2002.

ESPN[edit]

Sire left CSN Bay Area in early 2013 to take a job with ESPN. Sire made her debut as an anchor on April 11, 2013 for the now-cancelled program, Highlight Express, on ESPNews. She made her SportsCenter debut on May 5, 2013.

Awards[edit]

During her time at CSN Bay Area, Sire was nominated for three regional Emmy awards, winning once. In 2009, Sire was awarded a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award for the All A's: A's in Japan show, which aired on Comcast SportsNet.

While at KFMB in San Diego, Sire received the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for Best Sports Story, in 2007[1] and the RTNA Golden Mike Award (Southern California) for Best Sports Feature Reporting, in 2004.

Sire received the prestigious Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting, in 2002, from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University.

Education and Personal Life[edit]

Sire is a native of Great Falls, Montana. She graduated from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University, where she was a reporter and news anchor for WSU Cable 8. Sire is a self-proclaimed foodie. She has her own food blog,[2] and even has a sandwich named after her: the Jaymee Sirewich.[3]

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