Crystal Fambrini is an award winning broadcaster known for her engaging personality, authentic ability to connect and passion for honest storytelling. With more than 15 years of experience, Crystal is steadfast on delivering content that educates, entertains and inspires. Television honors include three Emmys, nine Tellys and a Society of Professional Journalists award.
She interviews and works with top thought leaders, politicians, celebrities, athletes, and entrepreneurs. Crystal reports from the world’s largest events such as the Academy Awards, Democratic National Convention and Super Bowl. Whether exploring environmental conditions in the Amazon, meditating with His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama or investigating human trafficking of orphans in Mexico, Crystal takes on the opportunity and challenge to creatively bring mass attention and engagement to stories.
Crystal’s achievements include millions of online views covering inspirational newsmakers and happenings, hundreds of live news appearances on trends, fashion, lifestyle and entertainment, 75 episodes of a chart topping spiritual and wellness podcast and 50 short form documentaries. Her commercial work entails several high end modeling campaign contracts as well as spokesperson and consultant to Fortune 500 companies. She develops and executes high profile productions, branded content and philanthropic events.
At the forefront of the ever-changing media landscape, Crystal is proud to be a part of many industry firsts. As an executive producer and journalist at Oscar nominated HuffPost RYOT, her team is the first to have every news story linked with a call to action and to establish themselves as a leader in Virtual Reality news. As a reporter for Fox News Cable, she is the first to turn in national broadcasts using a handheld recorder, footage licensed and aired on The Oprah Winfrey Show. As a host and producer at Al Gore’s Emmy award winning Current TV, her stories aired on the network’s first day of launch and set new standards for evergreen short form content. As a broadcaster for The Hollywood Reporter, she is the first to livestream at Comic-Con International allowing fans immediate event access. WWE Superstar Dave Bautista trusted her to be the first to executive produce and co host his live MMA debut which received more than 100 million digital views, and musician Justin Timberlake hired her to be part of his first interactive digital content company which Apple acquired.
Her on air personality spots can also be seen on NBC, FOX, MTV, Sundance Channel, Spike TV, USA, CBC Canada and Canale 5 Italy. At dick clark productions she worked on numerous shows such as So You Think You Can Dance, The Country Music Awards, and America’s Funniest Bloopers. In Washington, D.C., under her mentor ABC News anchor Peter Jennings’ direction, she interviewed Senators and researched federal discretionary spending.
Originally from Walnut Creek, California, Crystal fondly remembers being six years old walking down her elementary school hallways explaining to her classmates that she talked a lot because she was practicing for the day she was going to be a very famous TV person (kids!). Turns out, that little girl hasn't changed one bit.