Pam Oliver Biography
Birthday: March 10, 1961 (Pisces)
Born In: Dallas, Texas, United States
Pamela Oliver is an American sports journalist who rose to fame with her NFL coverage for Fox Sports. She began her career as a multi-sport athlete who excelled in field and track events. Her consistent performances earned her a sports scholarship to the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, where she decided to study broadcast journalism. While in college, Oliver managed to break some state-level records and won the all-American title in two events. However, despite being a talented athlete, she decided to pursue a career in journalism, soon becoming a reporter and sports anchor. In the beginning of her broadcasting career, she worked as a news reporter for WALB, WAAYTV and WIVB-TV before switching to WTVT as a sports anchor. Soon enough, her work was recognized, and she was asked to join ESPN as a sportscaster in 1993. But her breakthrough came when she joined Fox Sports as a sports anchor and sideline reporter on NFL coverage. At Fox Sports, Oliver anchored two shows and hosted features and interviews with many popular sportspersons and experts. Currently, she works for Fox as their sideline NFL reporter and is actively involved in producing interesting and diverse content.