Kristen Ledlow is a sports broadcaster based in Atlanta, currently serving as a host and sideline reporter on NBA TV and TNT. Alongside the Hall of Famer Grant Hill, Ledlow co-starred in NBA Inside Stuff's relaunch in November of 2013. Ledlow's on-air assignments include NBA TV's "Game Time" and TNT's "Inside the NBA," along with sideline reporting for the NBA on TNT.


While in Atlanta, Ledlow has served as a sports anchor on CNN and HLN. Prior to her hire at Turner Sports, Ledlow hosted "The Opening Drive" with Rick Kamla and Randy Cross at CBS Sports Radio. Ledlow worked as a Field Reporter for FOX Sports NEXT covering ACC and SEC football and basketball in the southeast. At the start of her career in Tallahassee,

Ledlow hosted "The Good News Show" on ABC 27 News and served as

a Sideline Reporter on ESPN Radio, along with writing for "The T

allahassee Quarterback Club" and "ESPN Tallahassee" during the 2011 Florida State University football season.


A graduate of Southeastern University, Ledlow earned All-American

honors as a volleyball player and set school scoring records as a

basketball player while double majoring in Broadcast and

Communication. As a student-athlete, Ledlow gained

experience as the sports reporter for all athletic events,

as well as hosting and producing sports segments for

Southeastern's local television network. Upon

graduation, Ledlow's industry experience included

an internship with Orlando's NBC affiliate during the

2009 NBA Finals and work for ESPN during the live

broadcast of the 2010 ESPY Awards.

Ledlow is available for interviews, event hosting and speaking engagements upon request. Ledlow is represented by Matt Kramer and the Creative Arts Agency.