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Krystle Rich

 

Better Known as K. Rich!

 

Krystle Rich a host/anchor on NBC Sports Philadelphia’s “Sixers Outsiders.”

 

On top of being an IMDb-recognized film director and published author of the fiction novel “Ambivalent Hope: A Gun and a Prayer,” Krystle Rich is has a strong background in Sports and News Anchoring/Reporting. Rich has reported and anchored in top markets and continues to grow with the times by pushing entertaining sports commentary and debate.

 

 

Krystle Rich has covered the Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins. Rich also served as a Live Morning Reporter for Good Day Sacramento where she went live 10-20x per day. She was promoted to Weekend Anchor after two weeks on the job. To view Krystle cover sports, Click Here. To view Krystle cover news, Click Here.

 

 

Skilled in sports, hard news, debate and interactive reporting, there isn’t much Krystle Rich has not done on-air. Rich was previously a Sports and News Anchor/Reporter, for a CBS affiliate in Maryland. You can catch her on The Fumble where she does sports commentary and debate. She has 19 million views and counting and occasionally racks up over a million views in under 24 hours.Click for Video 1,   Click for Video 2,   Click for Video 3.

 

 

The South Jersey native is coming from Los Angeles, California where she served as a Sports Reporter for Time Warner Cable Network (now Spectrum SportsNet). She produced her own 30-minute show and reported on professional athletes and famous influencers. Rich is also a two-time award winning producer for the NFL Network/Digital Media in L.A. Krystle Rich served as the producer for the “Around the NFL Podcast,” where listeners know her as K. Rich behind the glass. In its first year with Rich as producer, the podcast was named iTunes “Best of” 2013.The podcast #NFLATL was also voted as Stitcher’s Best Sports Commentary of 2013. Rich also worked on shows like “NFL Fantasy Live.”

 

 

While many may suggest that Krystle Jasmin Rich’s reporting career began at the Rutgers University Television Network, RU-tv, she will argue that her on-air debut started as the self-appointed host of the elaborate Rich family home videos. From a young age, Krystle’s God-given enthusiasm and jovial personality, along with the nickname “motor-mouth,” enticed her to pursue a career in front of the camera. Take a look back at her college years “HERE”

 

She grew up as a 7-style dancer (Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Hoofing, Hip-Hop, Tap and Praise) as well as a basketball player. Growing up outside of Philadelphia, in South Jersey, Krystle’s die-hard passion for sports exploded in high school. Rich attended Winslow Township High School in Atco, New Jersey. She ran cross country, indoor/outdoor track and played basketball. Her favorite track event was the 400 intermediate hurdles. Since her freshmen year in high school, Krystle knew that a future career in sports journalism and reporting would add to her admiration for sports, writing and the camera.

 

 

Krystle Rich attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick New Jersey, where she graduated with a B.A in Broadcast Journalism/Media Studies and 普通话, 汉语 Mandarin Chinese. Rich worked at RU-tv, where she quickly climbed the semi- corporate ladder. Krystle started out as a Master Control Operator and soon advanced to a segment producer, editor, campus reporter and a 3-year host of a live morning show – ‘Wake Up Rutgers’. Eventually Krystle rose to the position of Assistant Sports Director and Hiring Team Leader.  Her passion for on-air grew to include behind the scenes – i.e. writing, producing and editing.

 

-Most prized package – Supporting the recovery of Eric LeGrand, injured Rutgers football Scarlet Knight/retired Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Tackle.

 

Krystle served as the main talent, multimedia manager, digital content producer and creator of the video production department for Philly Sports Pulse. There Krystle covered the Philadelphia Eagles (NFL), Philadelphia 76ers (NBA), Philadelphia Flyers (NHL), Philadelphia Union (MLS) and reported on the Herbalife World Football Challenge with Spain’s Real Madrid.

 

Krystle  then ‘took her talents’ and passion for sports to Bristol, Connecticut where she worked at ESPN.

 

Rich is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists #NABJ

 

 

Interesting:

 

Childhood nickname: Hustler

 

Personal:

 

Krystle is the daughter of retired Vice-President of Philadelphia’s SEPTA transportation union, Sabin Rich and school teacher, Jasmin Rich. She is of African American decent. WWJD

 

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