Adam Pellerin, Jamie Erdahl to Join NESN as On-Air Anchor-Reporters


Adam Pellerin, Jamie Erdahl to Join NESN as On-Air Anchor-ReportersNESN, New England’s most watched sports network,
announced today that Adam Pellerin and Jamie Erdahl are each joining NESN as an

Pellerin comes to NESN from WFXT FOX 25 in Boston where he has served as a general
assignment reporter and fill-in news and sports anchor since 2007.

“Adam is a versatile anchor and reporter who has the perfect combination of experience, sports knowledge, and passion for New England’s sports teams,” said Joseph Maar, NESN’s vice president of programming and production/executive producer.

“We are delighted to add Adam to the NESN team and expect that he will serve in several different roles here at NESN.”

A Norton, Massachusetts native, Pellerin started his television career behind the camera at Fox 25 as a news writer. He then moved to Portland, ME. to WGME Channel 13 and made the transition to working in front of the camera when he served as the CBS affiliate’s sports anchor and reporter.

A lifelong New England sports fan, Pellerin was the starting catcher for Suffolk University’s nationally-ranked baseball team, where he graduated with a bachelor of science in journalism.

Erdahl comes to NESN after working as a freelance reporter at Fox Sports North where she served as a live event sideline reporter on WNBA telecasts of the Minnesota Lynx.

“Jamie is a promising sports reporter with a great work ethic and ability to connect with the viewer,” said Maar. “Jamie
will add another talented reporter to our growing on-air team and spend time between reporting in the field and anchoring in the studio.”

Erdahl was a basketball player at St. Olaf College in Minnesota before transferring to American University in Washington D.C. to pursue a degree in communications. While at American, Erdahl hosted the show Eye on the Eagles that aired on Comcast SportsNet Washington recapping the American University men’s basketball team. Her experience includes several production internships including one at ESPN.

Photos via Twitter/Adam Pellerin and Jamie Erdahl

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