Bonnetta to Contribute & Develop Legalized Sports Betting Content Across NFL Network & NFL's Digital Platforms
Host Rachel Bonnetta has joined the NFL Media group, it was announced today.
In her role, Bonnetta will contribute and lead Legalized Sports Betting-focused content on NFL Network, as well as the NFL's digital platforms such as NFL.com and the NFL app. Additionally, Bonnetta will host, contribute and develop content ideas outside of the Legalized Sports Betting space on a variety of platforms across the NFL Media group, including a role on NFL Network's NFL GameDay Morning, host of NFL GameDay View and a presence at signature events such as Super Bowl, NFL Honors and Red Carpet.
"We are thrilled to add Rachel to our team at NFL Media," said Mark Quenzel, Senior Vice President, Head of Content for NFL Media. "The Legalized Sports Betting space is rapidly growing, and to be able to add someone with Rachel's level of expertise in the field is incredibly exciting. Throughout her career, Rachel has also shown a unique ability to connect broadly with NFL fans, and we look forward to having her join our team as we continue to grow and develop engaging content across all of our shows, events and platforms."
Bonnetta (@rachelbonnetta) joins the NFL Media group from FOX Sports, where she most-recently served as the host of the first-ever linear sports gambling show, FOX BET LIVE on FS1. During her time with FOX Sports, Bonnetta served in various roles across a range of major FOX Sports events and properties, such as on-location coverage at the Super Bowl, the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, pregame, halftime and postgame UEFA Champions League coverage, and more.
Prior to joining FOX Sports in 2016, Bonnetta hosted Major League Soccer daily shows "MLS Now" and "Off Topic with Rachel Bonnetta," as well as "The Whip" on Kick TV and "The Zone" on YTV in Canada.
A native of Toronto, Canada, Bonnetta lives in Los Angeles.
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