NFL Media announced Saturday that reporters Jane Slater and Courtney Fallon will now be on staff as reporters.

Jane and Courtney will contribute to all NFL Media platforms, including NFL Network, NFL.com and NFL Now, beginning with NFL Network’s Inside Training Camp coverage.

Jane (@SlaterNFL) will be based in Dallas and her duties begin next week in Oxnard covering the Dallas Cowboys for Inside Training Camp. She joins NFL Media from ESPN where she was a studio anchor and sideline reporter for the Longhorn Network and also contributed to the SEC Network and ESPN’s coverage of the College World Series and college football Bowl Games.

Prior to joining ESPN, Jane served in various roles at KTVT CBS 11, KRLD News Radio, WFAA Ch. 8, and 105.3 The Fan in the Dallas area.

Jane graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004 with a double major in Journalism and Government.

Courtney (@CourtneyFallon_) will be based in New York and her duties begin next week covering the New England Patriots for Inside Training Camp. She joins NFL Media from WFXT FOX25 in Boston where she served as a sports anchor and reporter. Courtney also covered college football games as a sideline reporter for CBS Sports Network.

Prior to joining WFXT FOX25, Courtney worked at WTVJ-TV NBC6 in South Florida, WLNE-TV ABC6 in Providence, and was the first female voice of 98.5 The SportsHub in Boston when the station debuted in 2009.

Courtney graduated from the University of Maryland in 2009 with a B.A. in Communications and a minor in Spanish.

In other NFL Media news…

NFL Media also announced Saturday that Julie Haddon was named Senior Vice President of Marketing for NFL Media.

Julie brings more than 20 years of experience in media marketing and entertainment to the NFL. In her new position, Julie will be responsible for the brand and marketing strategies for all NFL Media properties, which include NFL Network, NFL Now, NFL Mobile, NFL.com, NFL Films and NFL RedZone. Additionally, Julie will ensure the continued growth of the NFL audience and will increase the visibility of league initiatives across internal and external media platforms.

Prior to joining the NFL, Julie served as the founder and CEO of The Marketing Farm, a strategy consultancy which advised prominent brands such as Lucas Film, Google, Apple, HBO’s acclaimed show “Silicon Valley,” and the NFL, where she served as Executive Producer of the inaugural NFL Women’s Summit. As a consultant, Julie was an early marketing leader at Twitter and SoFi, helping to transform both companies from startups into multi-billion dollar valued brands.

Julie’s marketing experience also includes serving as Head of Marketing and Business Development at DreamWorks in their computer animation unit, leading the marketing department at 20th Century Fox Animation’s Blue Sky Studios, Vice President of Marketing at Scribd, and Senior Director of Marketing and Social Media at eBay.

Julie started her career with the Los Angeles Dodgers before moving on to Major League Marketing, a sports trading card licensee with the NFL, NHL and MLB.

A graduate from Indiana University with a B.A. in Journalism, Julie was a member of the Hoosiers softball team and also holds an Executive Management Program certificate from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.

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