Adam Shadoff

Adam Shadoff

Sports Anchor

Adam Shadoff is a sports anchor and reporter at FOX 35. He started in June of 2015.

Adam has worked at television stations across the United States, including stops in Sarasota, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Richmond, Virginia, El Paso, Texas, and Utica, New York.

In 2002, Adam earned his Masters Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami. Before that, he earned his Bachelors Degree in Communications from Syracuse University.

Adam lives in Lake Nona. In his spare time, Adam gets crushed on the golf course by his wife Jodi, an LPGA Tour player. He also enjoys basketball, soccer, snow skiing (though not in Florida), the beach, watching sports, playing with his two dogs, and writing about himself in the third person.

Adan grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and his favorite teams are the Denver Broncos, Detroit Tigers, UNM Lobos and of course the mighty Syracuse Orange.

The latest from Adam Shadoff


USF Coach Scott expresses respect for McKenzie Milton

UCF and USF face off on Friday. Even though this is the first UCF match for USF Head Coach Jeff Scott, he is well aware of the history this rivalry has and the traumatic sustained by McKenzie Milton two years ago.


Isaac, other NBA players meet with Pope Francis

The Orlando Magic's Jonathan Isaac joined other NBA players for a meeting with Pope Francis. The Pope wanted to meet with the players to talk about how the NBA is using its platform to promote social justice reform.


Biggest Packers fans south of Green Bay

FOX 35's David Martin visits what is arguably some of the biggest Green Bay Packers fans in Florida. In Leesburg, fans gather at a backyard replica of Lambeau Field.


Many schools kick off football season Thursday

Many area high schools are kicking off their football season on Thursday. All games are proceeding a scheduled, with the exception of Evans-West Orange High, due to coronavirus cases reported on the Evans football team


High school game canceled due to COVID-19 cases

Evans High School in Orange County has canceled its first game of the football season after five athletes tested positive for COVID-19. The team was set to play West Orange High School.