Lindsay Czarniak – Early Life
Lindsay Czarniak was born in November 7, 1977. She is a sports reporter and anchor in America. She joined ESPN in August 2011 after working with WRC-TV for 6 years. WRC-TV is the local associate of NBC television in Washington, D.C.
Lindsay Czarniak Career
Lindsay Czarniak has co-hosted and reported for Sports Machine of the George Michael association. Czarniak was a studio host and a pit reporter for Tuner Network Television during the Sprint Cup Series of NASCAR. In 2008 Summer Olympics held in Beijing, China Czarniak served in the position of sports desk reporter and host for NBC Sports who covered the event.
Czarniak went back to the Washington in June 2005, and joined NBC4. George Michael invited her to work as a reporter and sports anchor. She accepted the role as a co-host of The Sports Machine show in September 2006. Her first main duty as a reporter was when she went to Turin, Italy and covered the 2006 Winter Olympic for NBC Sports. She was also a pit reporter during the NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Martinsville Speedway and the race at IRP Busch.
When George Michael resigned from being NBC4′s sports anchor, Czarniak took the role with Dan Hellie as co-sports anchors. She was also scheduled to be a pit reporter for Sprint Cup Series covering Pocono to Chicago which was covered by TNT. She undertook the same task for TNT in 2008. Czarniak was privileged to interview the Washington Redskins players after the murder of Sean Taylor that occurred in November 2007. In May 22, 2008 she was invited as a guest appearance in Tony’s Kornheiser Show and occupied the “chick chair.” She revealed that she was arrested by the police because she possessed expired license plates. At the time of the arrest she was going for an interview with News 4.
Czarniak became honored in July 17, 2008 at the Reading Phillies by throwing her first pitch at Bowie Baysox doubleheader and signed autographs for fans on meet and greet sessions during the games. A day for Lindsay Czarniak was even set to celebrate her. She began posting blogs in NBC as a sports desk reporter and WRC-TV website. She did a show on Oxygen titled Gymnastics on Oxygen.
She left NBC 4 in June 23, 2011 and joined ESPN. She finalized her career in sports reporting at WRC-TV on July, 2011. Czarniak was debuted in SportCenter in August 19, 2011 that covered preseason football games. She took the 6 PM SportsCenter.
Lindsay Czarniak Private Life
Lindsay Czarniak is married to Craig Melvin who is currently working at MSNBC. Her parents are Terri and Chet Czarniak. Terri is a former principal at Rose Hill School while Chet is currently the managing editor at usatoday.com. She has a brother, Andrew, who is currently working as a Coast Guard.