On July 2, 2006, Bonnie rejoined ESPN as a dugout level reporter for "Sunday Night Baseball" on ESPN.
However, on November 18, 2006, Bernstein joined the ESPN on ABC play-by-play team of Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Bob Davie, and Lisa Salters for the telecast of the game between Michigan and Ohio State, and on January 1, 2007 for the telecast of the Rose Bowl between Michigan and The University of Southern California after working with Nessler, Griese, and Maguire on the ESPN telecast of the Champs Sports Bowl between Maryland and Purdue University on December 29, 2006.
Having survived my scare with DVT, I kinda feel obligated to help raise the awareness level in this country about a largely preventable condition.
As for my work in the childhood obesity space, it’s also really personal, as a close family member struggled through it in her youth.
She has covered five Super Bowls; the NBA Finals, Major League Baseball playoffs, the US Open, NCAA men's and women's basketball games and the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships; hosted several half time shows; and worked as a reporter at CBS' "NFL Today" show.
In January 2006, she left CBS to pursue other broadcasting opportunities and develop Velvet Hammer Media, a company that helps aspiring or working journalists move up to the next level in their careers.
How you have been able to quench your thirst for giving back through these endeavors? Bonnie Bernstein: One of the most fulfilling parts about working on a national platform is leveraging it to help make a difference! Cover up.'Later, Bonnie responded to those who disagreed with her.