Michelle Beadle has recently joined 'Access Hollywood' as a full time correspondent and the NBC Sports group reporting special events, starting with the 2012 Summer Olympics. Previously, Michelle has been the Co-Host of SportsNation on ESPN2 alongside Colin Cowherd, as well as the Co-Host of Winners Bracket on ABC with Marcellus Wiley.
Michelle spent time with ESPN Radio 1050 New York as the NY SportsCenter anchor for ESPN Radio's The Michael Kay Show. In addition, she was the pre- and postgame reporter for the New Jersey Nets, and has also been a studio anchor, reporter and host for the YES Network on shows such as the SportsLife NYC, Yankees on Deck, and Emmy Award-winning Ultimate Road Trip.
In addition to her work at YES, Michelle worked for People Magazine and People.com, where she served as a red carpet reporter for the Golden Globes, Grammys, SAG Awards, and the Tony Awards, and appeared on The Today Show, The Early Show, Extra, Access Hollywood, and Entertainment Tonight. In addition she hosted the online feature, What You Missed Over the Weekend, for People.com.
Michelle has also served as the host for Major League Baseball Productions' magazine show, Cathedrals of the Game, which brings viewers an inside look at baseball's most historic stadiums and venues. She was a feature reporter for the NFL Films syndicated program, NFL Under the Helmet, which gave an up-close look at the players, coaches and fans of the NFL.
Previously, Michelle was a primary host and anchor for College Sports Television (CSTV), where she co-hosted the flagship program, The #1 College Sports Show, in addition to CSTV pre- and postgame sports shows and specials. She has also hosted the Animal Planet series Animal Planet Report; the Travel Channel's Beach Week series; the Discovery Channel reality series Get Packing and the network's one-hour-specials Inside Orlando's Resorts and Outrageous Room Service; as well as I Want Your Job, an original series on the Fine Living Network.
Michelle got her start in television as a reporter for the San Antonio Spurs and Fox Sports Net (Big Game Hunters) and soon moved on to TNN, now known as Spike TV, where she worked as a sideline reporter on the network's coverage of Professional Bull Riding (PBR). During her time at TNN, Michelle also worked freelance as a reporter for ESPN's Titan Games and CBS Sports on its coverage of the PBR.