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Celebrating Lisa Salters’ 10 Seasons on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football”

Part 4 - Being a Role Model

Lisa Salters is the longest-tenured sideline reporter in Monday Night Football history with more than 150 assignments.

Tonight, she’s at Soldier Field in Chicago to report from the host Bears’ important NFC North clash against the Minnesota Vikings ESPN, ESPN+, ABC 8 ET).

The versatile Salters also is a sideline reporter for NBA games on ESPN and ABC, as well as a co-host of the company’s award-winning E60 film and documentary series.

With more than 33 years as a journalist, what makes her most proud? How does she feel about being a role model? She answers those questions and more in Part 4 of this video series, as seen above.

In Part 3 (seen below), Salters talks about storytelling. Part 2 of this video series (seen below), Salters reflected on the craft of sideline reporting, what she learned from her mentors, and more.

In Part 1 (also seen below), Salters discussed how she got the MNF sideline reporting job and her 2012 debut.

Spencer Jackson and Derek Volner produced Part 4; Jon McLeod, Derek Volner, and Spencer Jackson produced Part 3. Spencer Jackson and Derek Volner produced Part 2. Jon McLeod, Derek Volner, and Spencer Jackson produced Part 1.

PART 3

PART 2

PART 1

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