ESPN has extended the contracts of its veteran NFL reporters Suzy Kolber and Trey Wingo. Kolber, who joined the sports network in 1993, has been a sideline reporter for Monday Night Football and earlier  Sunday Night Football and now will be the espn_logo__130813225927-275x206__140509150446full-time host of pregame show Monday Night Countdown. She will continue to host weekday editions of NFL Insiders. Wingo, who has been with the Worldwide Leader since 1997, has been the face of NFL Live since it debuted in July 2003. He will continue to host the weekday afternoon news and information show as well as the NFL PrimeTime highlights show on Mondays. “Suzy and Trey have helped shape our daily presentation of NFL news and information as much as anyone, so it is particularly exciting to see them expand into even bigger roles with ESPN this season and in the years ahead,” added Seth Markman, Senior Coordinating Producer of NFL studio shows. “Not only do they bring out the best in our analysts and insiders, they are highly respected in NFL circles and trusted by our viewers.”

Charlie DixonCharlie Dixon has been tapped as EVP Content for Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. In the newly created position, he will oversee all content and production on the channels, reporting to Jamie Horowitz, President of Fox Sports National Networks. Dixon joins Fox Sports from NBC, where he was most recently SVP Development. Prior to that, Dixon and Horowitz worked together at ESPN, where they co-developed Olbermann, and other shows. He also worked in the digital media department at IMG. “Charlie brings us strong leadership, a keen knowledge of content and a clever understanding of what programming resonates with sports fans on all screens,” said Horowitz. “He is a great fit for the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit that I have found since coming to Fox Sports, and I can’t wait for him to begin working with the talented and creative people we already have in place.”