Jill Arrington is a veteran sportscaster with KCBS/KCAL in Los Angeles. Jill is known for her work on national television covering the NFL and college football sidelines as a sports reporter and anchor for several sports networks over the past 20 years.
After graduating from the University of Miami with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Jill began her broadcasting career as a producer of entertainment television for several years. After that she entered the sports world as a sideline feature reporter for FOX Sports covering women’s tennis and the NFL on “FOX NFL Sunday” and was the co-host of FOX Sports “NFL Under the Helmet.”
Jill then worked at CBS Sports as the lead sideline reporter on the “SEC College Football game of the week” and US Open tennis tournament for four years as well as feature reporter on the “The NFL Today” show. Jill also hosted the AFL’s Pregame Show on TNN and was the sideline reporter for arena football games for 3 seasons.
Jill switched to ESPN as the lead college football sideline reporter for Thursday night’s primetime college football games as well as feature reporter on “ESPN College Gameday”.
After taking some time off to raise her daughter, Jill returned to FOX Sports as the host of “College Football Saturday Preview” for 3 seasons, as well as other sports shows such as FSN’s “Totally NASCAR”, NFL Mobile Updates on “FOX NFL Sunday” and the “NFL Online OT”. Jill then anchored live hourly sports news updates for FoxSports.com for 3 years then joined FS1 as a sports news anchor, host, and reporter for FS1s “America’s Pregame” for 2 years.
Jill joined the duoploy of KCBS2/KCAL9 in October of 2015 where she is a sports anchor 5 nights a week. Jill is the host of Sportscentral, a live nightly half hour sports news show on KCAL. Jill also covers the sidelines for the Los Angeles Rams preseason games on CBS and does live postgame reports for KCBS from the Dodgers, Lakers, Clippers, Kings, Rams and Chargers games, as well as the NCAA tournament and football and basketball games for the Trojans and Bruins.