You know those episodes of your favorite sitcom where they do a cheesy clip show? And you’re like “c’mon you lazy hacks, can’t you write something new?”
Well this is the internet media version of that. We compiled links to our greatest hits on the topic of sports sideline reporter picture galleries and bios. I actually left out the top four most viewed from this category, because they dealt with Ines Sainz and Jenn Sterger. Both those names are irrelevant today- verifying what I believed all along, both are flashes-in-the-pan.
No, this is for actual reporters. List is dominated by ESPN personalities as you might expect.
Noticing a trend here? EA is the undisputed Queen. With Brown the unchallenged heir to the throne. I’ve created a SEO term “Jenn Brown Effect” to describe a certain search pattern/phenomenon. I even made a chart/graph for it, and I hope to get it out there when I attend Search Engine Strategies conference next month. I’ve seen the Jenn Brown Effect in other sideline princesses, but with her the effect/pattern is the most recognizable, so I named it after her.
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