By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline. Pam Oliver has spoken out after being dumped from her role as NFL sideline reporter in favor of Erin Andrews, saying all the new people on air are 'young, blonde and hot. Fox Sports president said Oliver would stay on as a sideline reporter, working with Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch, who are often considered the 'B team. Pam Oliver, left, who has hit out after being bumped from her role on Fox Sports in favour of Erin Andrews, right. Now the year-old has hit out at Fox Sports saying when they told her they wanted the network to look radically different, she assumes they meant they wanted it to look younger. The year-old says Fox Sports told her they wanted the network to look radically different, which she assumes meant they wanted to look younger. Oliver pursued a career in broadcast journalism after excelling in college sports, notably track and field, where she was selected All-American. She also covered the NBA playoffs. One of her more memorable moments came last year when she was hit in the face by a wild throw from Indianapolis back-up QB Chandler Harnish before a preseason game in
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Veteran NFL sideline reporter Pam Oliver has a lot to say on air, but she was surprisingly mum after Fox Sports bumped her in favor of younger, more sensational celeb journalist Erin Andrews. The April network shakeup was big news in NFL and media circles. The move stung Oliver, who in her tell-all in the latest issue of Essence magazine , said the episode "humiliated" and "hurt. I definitely do not. Others asked, 'Does it have something to do with your age? But she isn't out of a job.
Oliver has written an account for Essence of how Fox broke the news to her, and on where sideline reporting is headed. Oliver says that when Erin Andrews was hired two years ago, she felt like a dead woman walking. Co-workers commended the year-old Oliver for not being angry about it, but inside, Oliver said, "I was humiliated. When Oliver met with her Fox Sports bosses in April, she says they tried to couch it as a reassignment: they wanted to move her to Fox Sports 1 for "specials and long-form stories. But it wouldn't be with Buck and Aikman, with whom she's worked for a decade. Andrews was getting that plum assignment. Oliver can't help but notice that Fox, moreso than any other network, appears to prefer a certain type of female hire:. Once the changes were announced, people started talking. Some asked, "Do you think it had something to do with your race?
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