LOS ANGELES (AP) - Fox Sports says longtime reporter Pam Oliver is being ''elevated'' to senior correspondent and Erin Andrews will take her place as the sideline reporter for the network's top NFL announcing team.
Fox Sports president Eric Shanks says Oliver will continue to work as sideline reporter this season with the announcing team of Kevin Burkhardt and analyst John Lynch.
Oliver's role will expand to include interviews and commentary on other Fox and Fox Sports 1 shows, such as Fox Sports Live and Fox Sports 1 on 1 and sports beyond the NFL.
Oliver has worked 19 seasons as an NFL sideline reporter for Fox.
Andrews will take over as the sideline reporter for Fox's top NFL team of Joe Buck and analyst Troy Aikman.

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