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SPORTS STUDIO SEGMENTS
Here's a selection of in-studio segments I hosted through 2016 called MLS Now, a daily brief for avid MLS fans that included news, commentary, and the occasional interview. This ran on all MLS channels (including during game broadcasts on the league's OTT offering, MLS Live) as well as online for partner channels, including ESPN.
Here's an interview with NYCFC fan favorite, Tommy McNamara.
Here are a couple of news/commentary pieces on two US men's national team legends who came to ply their trade in MLS -- Tim Howard and Jermaine Jones.
SPORTS SIDELINE, TRAINING, AND FIELD PACKAGES
Here are a few dispatches from training sessions, matches, and beyond.
First up, one of my favorite pieces, for Fusion Live, a daily, live primetime show that ran on Fusion in 2014, when the national cable network was a joint venture between ABC/Disney and Univision. For this package I produced, wrote, and reported, I traveled to El Paso to interview Cassandro, one of the top "exóticos" in the world of lucha libre.
This piece is bilingual, a joint segment for Univision Deportes with reporter Ana Caty Hernandez, filmed before a US-Mexico World Cup Qualifying match in Columbus, Ohio in November 2016.
Next up? Back to English-language segments, for a couple dispatches from MLS training sessions and matches.
Here's an interview with former MLS player Fabian Castillo at his team at the time, FC Dallas. This interview was conducted in Spanish, as I repeated the questions in English and translated his answers back to English for the English-language cut of the piece.
The world of sports and entertainment overlap, to say the least. So here are a couple of field packages from that cross-over, first, from a movie premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, and then at the 2016 FIFA Interactive World Cup.
My other love besides soccer and sports? Music, entertainment, and all forms of culture. Here are a few TV segments from that world.
First up, an in-studio interview with the late, great Blowfly, where he stopped by Fusion (fusion.net) to dole out some out-there dating advice. He was a fan of colorful language, shall we say.
Here's a satellite bit I did the morning after the 2013 American Music Awards for the Morning Show on Fusion, which was a live show that ran every morning on Fusion from 6 - 10 a.m. in 2013 and 2014.
I've got fill-in anchor experience, too. Here's an episode of the now-defunct Fusion Live, which ran on Fusion, live, in primetime, in 2014.