Jaymee Sire is an anchor for the 7 a.m. ET SportsCenter:AM program, which launched in February, 2016. She also has hosted NFL Live, NFL Insiders and Fantasy Football Now, and contributed to the network’s Major League Baseball and Little League World Series on-site coverage.
Sire joined ESPN in March 2013 as a studio news anchor, including hosting Highlight Express on ESPNEWS.
Prior to joining ESPN, Sire was a sports anchor/reporter at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in San Francisco (2008-13) where she was nominated for three regional Emmy’s (winning once). She also produced feature stories and shows, and contributed to the station’s website through blogs and video, regularly interacting on social media.
Previously, she held the same positions at KFMB-TV in San Diego (2003-08), where she produced and wrote daily features, provided live shots and served as fill-in anchor, and at KRTV in Great Falls, Mont. (2002-03), where she produced, wrote and anchored weekend sportscasts and a weekly Sporting Life feature.
Sire received a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy for All A’s: A’s in Japan (2009), was awarded a Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for Best Sports Story (2007), and was recognized with a RTNA Golden Mike Award (Southern California) for Best Sports Feature Reporting (2004). While at Washington State University she received the 2002 Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting.
Away from work, Sire enjoys travel and cooking, and she has a food blog “E Is for Eat” (eisforeat.com).
Sire, who graduated from WSU in 2002 with a BA in Communications, is a native of Great Falls, Mont.