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About the speaker
Sibley Scoles is the host of Raiders: Talk of the Nation and in-game host for the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders. Sibley hosted the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl, where she was the in-stadium host for the debut of the new... More
Sibley Scoles is the host of Raiders: Talk of the Nation and in-game host for the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders. Sibley hosted the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl, where she was the in-stadium host for the debut of the new Pro Bowl format. In addition, she served as a sideline reporter for the 2022 NBA G League Showcase on NBA TV and reporter for the MMA organization Lights Out Xtreme Fighting on Fubo TV. She was chosen to participate in Unanimous Media’s Pathways Alliance program, which is dedicated to strengthening diverse voices across TV, film, documentaries and podcasts.
She has a strong entertainment background, having previously served as an on-air correspondent for Access Hollywood as well as co-host of Access Hollywood Weekend Edition. She also served as an on-air correspondent at E! News, covering Hollywood’s biggest red carpets and awards shows.
Her first love of music brought her to Los Angeles, California, where she began working with top music producers whose credits include Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Jessie J and Lana Del Rey. During this time, Sibley toured the UK with Taio Cruz, filling in for Ke$ha. Soon after, she wrote and recorded the radio hit, “Donuts,” which was featured in Stella McCartney’s Fashion Week Soundtrack as well as licensed for Stella McCartney’s children’s line. Before joining E! News and Access Hollywood, she was signed as the first female host for Sean “Diddy” Combs’ music television show, Revolt TV.
Sibley is the founder of a production company and already has a McDonald’s commercial under her belt, this time behind the scenes as a talent producer. She continues to expand her resume and build new chapters in her growing career.Less