I'm Tyler Feldman and thanks for checking out my website.

Currently, I'm a Sports Storyteller, Reporter and Anchor for KVUE-TV in Austin, TX. My expertise focuses on Texas Longhorn athletics, Austin FC and high school sports, specifically Texas high school football.

 

Previously, I spent nearly three years as a Weekend Sports Anchor, Reporter and News at Noon Anchor for WITN-TV in Greenville, N.C.

 

In 2019, I placed first in the RTDNAC awards for best sports reporting for my story "Timeout for Kindness."

While working in the great state of North Carolina, 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 spent a little more than two years as a Weekend Sports Anchor and Reporter for WBNG-TV in Binghamton, N.Y.

 

While in Binghamton, 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 GoPSUsports.com.

 

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, GoPSUsports.com, 105.9 FM The X, 970 AM ESPN, and WTAJ-TV.

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