Today, every major cable and broadcast sports division has multiple female reporters and anchors on its roster.
When asked about how this has affected her relationship with NHL player Jarret Stoll, she broke down in tears again describing how she tries to be strong and confident, even though she admits to being very insecure. He didn't know me before this happened,' Andrews testified while breaking down.
'To try to explain to someone who has questions about why I have trust issues, why I'm insecure, why I'm humiliated, why I'm embarrassed, why I am obsessive about checking the Internet, it's hard.'That's something that's always in my mind.
And I'll always have to tell my kids, 'Mommy didn't do anything wrong.
It has been nearly 40 years since the first female reporter was allowed into a professional sports locker room.
Sportscaster Erin Andrews broke down in tears several times while testifying for a second day about how her life has been affected by the nude video secretly taken of her by a stalker that were posted on the Internet.'I will never get over this ...
I felt like there was so much attention already and I felt like I walked into a room and I was already different,' Andrews said.
'I felt like everybody was looking at me like they had seen the video.' Emotional: Erin Andrews broke down in tears several times while testifying for a second day about how her life has been affected by the nude video secretly taken of her by a stalker that were posted on the Internet She said that when she gets to a hotel, she immediately requests to be moved from the room she is pre-booked in.
She also tells the hotel clerk that if someone asks to be booked next to her that they need to call her for approval.
Says Carillo, "That was when I first realized that it might not be easy to be a woman in this profession." And it still isn't.
PHOTOS: ESPN's New ' Monday Night Football' Opening to Feature Darth Vader, Ronald Reagan Rebecca Lowe -- who in March joined NBC Sports from ESPN and in 2012 became the first woman to present the FA Cup Final from Wembley Stadium -- has had hot dogs thrown at her by the U. "I've had my backside pinched, I've had people screaming at me and using terrible words," says Lowe.
If blatant sexism no longer is tolerated in corporate America or sports media, indifference persists; women's restrooms on the field are rare.