Colleen Dominguez joined ESPN in March 2004 as a Los Angeles based reporter for ESPN’s news-gathering operation, particularly SportsCenter, Outside the Lines and Outside the Lines Nightly. She is seen on a variety of ESPN programming, including SportsCenter, regularly covers breaking news and major sporting events, does feature reporting, and conducts interviews, including Shaquille O’Neal’s only sit down the day he left the Lakers.
Prior to joining ESPN, Dominguez was a correspondent for NBC Network News, reporting for the Today Show, Nightly News, and MSNBC from 1996 through 2003. While at NBC, she conducted the network’s first interview with O.J. Simpson, and also sat down with Angelina Jolie, Sidney Poitier, Congresswoman Mary Bono, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, and Johnny Depp among others. She also reported from the Academy Awards, the Grammys, and the Emmys, and regularly worked on breaking news, reporting from Paris on the death of Princess Diana, the aftermath of September 11, the O.J. Simpson civil trial, the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the Jonbenet Ramsey case, and the massacre at Columbine High School. Dominguez also served as a fill-in anchor for NBC News at Sunrise.
Dominguez previously worked as a reporter for KTLA-TV in Los Angeles (1995-1996), and as a producer at NBC News (1994-1995) and at the Fox News magazine, Front Page (1992-1994).
A native of Sayre, Pennsylvania, Dominguez is a graduate of California State University at Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal studies.
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