Tom Rinaldi Leaves ESPN For FOX Sports

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One of ESPN’s top reporters is bolting the network for rival FOX Sports.

This week, it was announced that Emmy-winning reporter Tom Rinaldo will be leaving ESPN for his new home.

“Tom is one of the all-time great people in this business and a generational storyteller,””Eric Shanks, Fox Sports’ CEO and executive producer, said in a statement. “The biggest events on Fox just got bigger because of Tom, and we are honored to have him as our newest teammate.”

Rinaldi will provide coverage from major events like the Super Bowl, World Series, World Cup, and major college football games.

“I’m beyond excited to join the great team at Fox Sports,” Rinaldi said in a statement. “To contribute to the network’s incredible collection of live events, and to continue to tell the stories across those sports and in those venues, is such a fantastic opportunity. I can’t wait to get started.”

Rinaldi will begin his stint with FOX Sports in January 2021.

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