Kaylee Hartung is a reporter for ABC News. Previously, she was a reporter for CNN and for ESPN, where she contributed to the SEC Network, primarily on the show SEC Nation. She was a reporter for the Longhorn Network. She was a CBSNews.com reporter on the daily Washington Unplugged program and featured correspondent for Unplugged Under 40. Following a summer internship with NBC, she began her career as an assistant to Bob Schieffer, which led to an associate producer position on the Sunday public affairs program Face the Nation.
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About Kaylee Hartung
Sports broadcaster known primarily for her work with ESPN and the SEC Network, as well as the Longhorn Network. She'd previously worked for CBS Sports.
After graduating from Washington & Lee University with a degree in politics and journalism, she became a political correspondent for CBS and worked for Bob Schieffer.
Her talent in front of the camera has also translated to a significant social media presence, with more than 50,000 followers on Instagram.
She grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, her sports interest fueled by the success of nearby LSU.
She and Tim Tebow have worked together presenting SEC Nation for the SEC Network.
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