Jaymee Sire is a well-known TV host, blogger, and sportscaster from America. She has worked with ESPN where she presented ‘SportsCenter:AM’, the morning instalment of network's flagship show. She has also contributed to shows like ‘College Football Live’, ‘NFL Live’, ‘Fantasy Football Now’ and ‘NFL Insiders’ on ESPN. Beside this, she has also appeared as a judge on the 13th season of ‘Food Network Star’ as well as on the 12th season of ‘Beat Bobby Flay’. Sire also runs ‘E is for Eat’, her own food blog. Talking about her awards and honours, the American personality had received ‘Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting’ from Edward R. Murrow School of Communication. She had also won ‘RTNA Golden Mike Award’ for Best Sports Feature Reporting and ‘Pacific Southwest Emmy Award’ under the category Best Sports Story. She is the winner of a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy award for the show ‘All A's: A's in Japan’ as well. Coming to Sire’s personal lifestyle, she is a big foodie who loves to enjoy different varieties of continental food and even has a sandwich named after her: the Jaymee Sirewich. She is also a travel addict.
Jaymee Sire started her career as a sports and news reporter/anchor at KRTV (CBS) in 2002. Then she served as a sideline reporter for KFMB-TV for its San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts from 2005-06. Two years later, she joined Comcast SportsNet and served as a reporter/sideline reporter/anchor for ‘SportsNet Central’, ‘Giants Post Game Live’, ‘Giants Pre Game Live’, ‘Golden State Warriors’, ‘San Jose Sharks games’ and ‘Oakland A’s’.
In 2011, Sire hosted and produced the show ‘A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum’. Two years later, she joined ESPN and worked as an anchor for ‘Highlight Express’. On May 5, 2013, she made her SportsCenter debut. After this, Sire served as a sideline reporter for ‘College World Series’ as well as for ‘League World Series’. In 2016, she anchored ‘SportsCenter:AM’, the morning instalment of the network's flagship show.
She then presented the shows ‘College Football Live’, ‘NFL Live’, ‘Fantasy Football Now’ and ‘NFL Insiders’. After this, Jaymee Sire left ESPN to appear as a judge on the 13th season of ‘Food Network Star’ as well as on the 12th season of ‘Beat Bobby Flay’. In 2017, it was announced that she will soon be seen reporting the show ‘Iron Chef Showdown’.
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Jaymee Sire was born on August 25, 1980 in Great Falls, Montana, to Dennis and Wendy Sire. She studied at Edward R. Murrow School of Communication (Washington State University) and served as a news anchor and reporter for WSU Cable 8. She also served as a president of Kappa Delta sorority from 2000 to 2001. Coming to Sire’s love life, she is married to Jeff Rosenberg, the president at Tristar productions.