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SBD/May 5, 2011/Media
ESPN's Brad Nessler To Be NFL Network Game Announcer; Andrea Kremer Leaving "SNF"
Published May 5, 2011
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KREMER LEAVING "SNF": Andrea Kremer yesterday said she is leaving her role as a sideline reporter on NBC's "SNF" on "totally, completely amicable" terms. USA TODAY's Michael Hiestand reports Kremer "might return to NBC for a role on its 2012 Olympic coverage.” She said that she is “exploring various opportunities and is talking with NBC about working on coverage” of the ’12 London Games. Kremer was a reporter on NBC’s coverage of the ’08 Beijing and ’10 Vancouver Games. She “will continue in her role as a reporter” on HBO’s “Real Sports” (USA TODAY, 5/5). Kremer's announcement comes after NBC yesterday officially announced that Michele Tafoya was joining “SNF” as a sideline reporter. The move had been anticipated since it was reported last week that she was leaving ESPN (THE DAILY).