Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic has announced that Keli Fulton (KEE-lee) has joined the network as an anchor and reporter. She begins this week.
A television veteran with more than 12 years of experience, Fulton is another addition to the team of expert anchors, reporters, analysts and writers that provide comprehensive multiplatform regional sports coverage for Comcast SportsNet. In addition to serving as an anchor and reporter for Geico SportsNet Central, she will also contribute to the network’s other news, analysis and entertainment programming.
Fulton joins Comcast SportsNet after three years with WPTV-TV (NBC) and WFLX-TV (FOX) in West Palm Beach, Fla., where she served as a news and traffic anchor. Prior to that, she was a sports anchor and reporter for WDSU-TV (NBC) in New Orleans from 2007 to 2011. There she covered the Hornets’ trip to the NBA’s Western Conference Finals, Louisiana State University’s football and baseball national championship teams and the Saints’ victory in Super Bowl XLIV.
Before her tenure in New Orleans, Fulton was a sports reporter and anchor in Little Rock, Ark., at KARK-TV (NBC) and Jackson, Tenn., at WBBJ-TV (ABC), for more than three combined years. She began her television career as a reporter covering high school sports for Cal-Hi Sports in Northern California.
A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Fulton is a graduate of Whittier College, where she studied theatre arts and communications.
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