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Staff writer Preston Bounds

Preston Bounds

Preston Bounds is an assistant editor for SportsBusiness Daily/Journal.

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Weekend Plans With Andrea Kremer: Juggling Media/Academic Roles, Finding Family Time

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 14 / 17

For much of her career as a trailblazing and accomplished sports journalist,  ANDREA KREMER  had fairly well-defined roles for ESPN and then NBC Sports. But when she left her job as NBC's NFL sideline reporter in '11, she got a chance to forge her own path to an even greater degree. The tw...

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