Sideline may refer to:

  • Sideline, a secondary job that someone works part-time in addition to a job they consider their main occupation.
  • Sidelines, lines that mark the outer boundaries of a sports field
  • Sideline reporter, sports term
  • "Sideline Ho," song by Monica

Other articles related to "sideline, sidelines":

Sideline Reporter - Origins of Sideline Reporting
... Jim Lampley is considered to be the first sideline reporter ... 'What else could we do? Would it work in a football stadium? Could we put someone on the sidelines?'" The first broadcast with a sideline reporter was the UCLA Bruins vs ...
Sideline Reporter
... A sideline reporter is a professional journalist who assists a sports broadcasting crew with sideline coverage of the playing field or court ... The sideline reporter typically makes live updates on injuries and breaking news or conducts player interviews while players are on the field or court because the play-by-play ...
Leeds Student Television - Programming - Sideline
... Sideline is LSTV's brand new bi-weekly Sports Show ... It covers sport from around the union, the rest of Leeds and elsewhere ...
Sideline Reporter - Stigma
... After controversies with multiple sideline reporters such as Jenn Sterger or Ines Sainz, the stereotype that sideline reporters lack fundamental knowledge has plagued the now popular ... Sideline reporters are hard working and knowledgeable parts of a broadcast team ... Many sideline reporters have moved on to have great success in the broadcast booth, studio jobs, commercials, and acting roles ...