From broadcaster to media coach

Katy Temple is the Founder and CEO of Katy Temple Media Coaching. Leveraging over 20 years of sports broadcasting, Katy is committed to helping her clients be the best version of themselves on-camera and in person. She believes that great communication skills can empower change, launch careers, and will never go out of style.

Before focusing on executive media coaching, Katy built her reputation as broadcaster in sports, a career which spans over 20 years, numerous states, and multiple professional sports.

She kicked off her career with her first official on-air job doing play-by-play for Fresno State, and was the producer and host of the Jerry Tarkanian and Pat Hill Shows. Climbing the broadcasting ladder, Katy became the sideline reporter and host for the Atlanta Braves on Fox Sports South, and balanced her “off season” as a reporter for the NFL Network. For six years, Katy was the weekend sports anchor for FOX6 in San Diego and the co-host of That Sunday Sports Show. She had the pleasure of covering the Padres, Chargers, PGA Tour, Gulls, Aztecs, Toreros, and incredible high school sports landscape in America's Finest City. 

Katy’s on-camera presence earned her both a San Diego Press Club award and a prestigious Emmy Award. She maintains a great relationship with CBS 8 in San Diego, where she steps in as a sports anchor on a fill-in basis when she’s not providing media training to her clients.

Moving Forward By Giving Back

Katy believes in giving back to the communities that have given her so much pride, joy, and opportunity. She uses her experience and expertise in media training to bring value to these organizations.


Katy also spends time mentoring young broadcast hopefuls and young people who are passionate about a career in sports.

On a Personal Note

Katy loves spending time with her big family and won’t miss the annual Easter Golf Tournament in Merced, CA, her hometown.

Contact Katy for a Free Consultation to see how she can help you accelerate your career on camera.