Josh Elliott

Josh Elliott

Since the debut of ESPN's weekday morning SportsCenter in August 2008, Josh Elliott served as co-host. From June 2005 to March 2006 he hosted ESPN Classic’s nightly series Classic Now, which delved into the sports news of the day and gave it historical context through debate and discussion, interviewing guests in studio and via satellite, and has served as an anchor for ESPNNEWS. Elliott came to ESPN after six years at Sports Illustrated, primarily covering the NFL, golf and adventure sports, and also covering Major League Baseball, the NBA, and NCAA football and basketball. Prior to that, the southern California native worked in television production with 20th Century Fox, served as a comedy development assistant for FOX TV and was a producer for Galaxy Productions. Elliott holds a masters degree from the Columbia School of Journalism and a bachelors of arts degree in English literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Elliott won a New York Emmy in 2005 for his writing and reporting contributions to the MSG Network program Angles.
Josh Elliott bids farewell
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Josh Elliott bids farewell

Editor’s Note: After five years in Bristol, anchor Josh Elliott is leaving ESPN for a job with ABC’s “Good Morning…
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