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Hey! What's happening, everyone? I'm Tyler Feldman and thanks for checking out my website.

Currently, I'm a sports anchor/reporter, play-by-play broadcaster, storyteller, and fill-in news anchor at KVUE-TV (ABC affiliate) in the wonderfully vibrant city of Austin, TX. My unique coverage focuses on Texas Longhorn athletics (NCAA), Austin FC (MLS), Texas Stars (AHL) and high school sports, specifically Texas high school football.

I've covered Texas football win the Big 12 Championship, the Dallas Cowboys play the Houston Texans at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, the Red River Showdown between Texas and Oklahoma at the historic Cotton Bowl, reported live in Oklahoma City for the Women's College World Series between Oklahoma and Texas, traveled to Kansas City to cover Texas women's basketball win the Big 12 Championship, followed the Texas men's basketball team reach the Elite 8, walked green to green at Austin Country Club to highlight former Longhorn Scottie Scheffler win the PGA Tour's Dell Match Play, covered endless Austin FC matches at beautiful Q2 Stadium, including their 2022 MLS Cup Playoff run to the Western Conference Final in Los Angeles, witnessed Formula 1 at Circuit of the Americas, detailed Texas baseball at Globe Life Field, and covered a number of high school football state championships at AT&T Stadium.

In 2023, I ushered in a new era at KVUE by helping orchestrate and originate livestream broadcasts of both Texas high school football (KVUE's Friday Football Fever on Thursday) and basketball (KVUE's Tuesday Night Hoops). 

In my free time, I enjoy coaching youth baseball players through an impactful organization called RBI Austin.


Prior to arriving in the Lone Star State, I spent nearly three years as a weekend sports anchor/reporter and news anchor at WITN-TV (NBC affiliate) in lovely Greenville, N.C.


While living in Eastern North Carolina, I placed first in the 2019 RTDNAC awards for best sports reporting for my story "Timeout for Kindness."

I covered the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament, the 2019 NBA All-Star Game in Charlotte, as well as the Carolina Hurricanes' improbable 2019 Stanley Cup Playoff run. I even had the chance to take a spin around Charlotte Motor Speedway!

Before joining the WITN-TV team, I started by broadcast television career by spending a little more than two years as a weekend sports anchor/reporter at WBNG-TV (CBS affiliate) in Binghamton, N.Y.


While residing in the Southern Tier of New York, I broke a number of big stories.


I was the first to report the sale of the Carolina Panthers. On Monday, May 14, 2018, I broke the news that David Tepper had finalized a record deal to purchase the NFL franchise. The Panthers then made it official on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.


I was also the first to report Ricky Rahne's promotion to Penn State football's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. I broke the story on Thursday, November 30, 2017. Penn State then made it official on Friday, December 1, 2017.

Prior to Rahne, I first reported Joe Moorhead's hiring as Penn State football's offensive coordinator. I broke the story early Saturday morning on December 12, 2015, and then confirmed the new hire around 2 p.m. that same day.

I won most "Outstanding Sportscast" and most "Outstanding Documentary Program" in the 2017 NYSBA 51st Annual Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting.


I graduated from Penn State University with dual degrees in broadcast journalism and business marketing.


My hard work at Penn State led to many collegiate awards.

  • 2016 Emmys Foundation College Television Awards

    • 1st Place in Newscast​

  • SPJ Mark of Excellence Award - 2015 Region 1

    • 1st Place in Best All-Around TV Newscast

    • 1st Place in TV News and Feature Photography

  • 8th Annual STAA All-America Program 2016

    • ​14th Best Collegiate Radio and TV Sports Broadcaster

  • BEA Festival of Media Arts 2016

    • 2nd Place in TV Newscast

    • Honorable Mention in TV Sports Talent

  • Hearst TV Competition

    • ​18th Place in TV Features


In November of 2015, I experienced a trip of a lifetime and announced two Penn State baseball games in Havana, Cuba.


During my senior year, I hosted the Penn State Coaches Show featuring Guy Gadowsky live on 1450 AM ESPN and


I've broadcast a number of sporting events from several professional venues, including Madison Square Garden, PPG Paints Arena, Wells Fargo Center, MetLife Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, EverBank Field, FedEx Field, PNC Arena, and the Spectrum Center.


In the Spring of 2015, I traveled with the Penn State men's volleyball team as their play-by-play announcer, calling my very first NCAA tournament matches at Stanford's Maples Pavilion.


During my collegiate career, I interned and worked at great places like MLB Network, Big Ten Network,, 105.9 FM The X, 970 AM ESPN, and WTAJ-TV.

My all-time favorite TV show is Curb Your Enthusiasm.

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