|Born||January 18, 1988|
|Alma mater||Southeastern University (Florida)|
|Occupation||NBA Inside Stuff host, NBATV, NBA on TNT|
Kristen Ledlow is a sports anchor. She currently works for NBA TV as the host of NBA Inside Stuff, and is the first and only woman to be hired by the network. She has also served as a sports anchor for HLN and CNN.
Ledlow attended Christian Community School in her early life, and later attended North Florida Christian School, playing basketball and volleyball, while running track and cross country. She attended Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida, majoring in broadcasting and communications, while minoring in business, and graduated in 2010. She was an All-American volleyball player with the school, and after games, she would serve as lead announcer for the men's basketball games.
After graduating from college, Ledlow became an anchor at WTXL-TV, hosting the Good News Show, while writing for the Tallahassee Quarterback Club and working on radio for ESPN Tallahassee, later becoming a sideline reporter for Florida State Seminoles football games. Afterwards, Ledlow joined CBS Sports Radio as a cohost of The Opening Drive. On one occasion, Ledlow turned down an internship with ESPN to work in an athletic ministry. In 2013, Ledlow joined WZGC as a host, working alongside Jason Bailey and Randy Cross. Ledlow left the station on March 4, 2014.
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