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JORAN PALACIO

1010 N. 48th St. Apt. 2093 Phoenix, AZ 85008 (C) 480-250-4546 jpalaci6@asu.edu

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Hard working, goal driven multimedia journalist and broadcaster. In the past six years developed and refined play-
by-play skills as well as overseeing every aspect of online broadcast from initial planning to final setting up of
audio, lights and supervision of a crew of up to ten. Developed and directed storyboards and player interviews
which aired as stories during breaks in the game. During the same time, also developed/refined umpire skills as the
head communicator, negotiator and if necessary, enforcer of the rules on the baseball diamond. The opportunity
to grow in these two professions has expanded life and professional skills. All work can be heard on
www.joranpalacio.weebly.com.

SKILLS
● Team Player * Excellent Attention to Detail
● Quick Learner * Outstanding Time Management
● Dependable * Complex Problem Solver

WORK HISTORY
Play-by-Play Broadcaster
Perry High School – Gilbert, AZ 03/2013 to Present

Play-by-Play Broadcaster
Blaze Radio ASU – Downtown Phoenix, AZ 01/2018 to Present

Video Reporter
House of Sparky – Tempe, AZ 11/2018 to Present

Athletic Reporting Intern


Scottsdale Community College– Scottsdale AZ 08/2018 to Present
EDUCATION
Arizona State University – Walter Cronkite School of Journalism Attending
● Major in Sports Journalism
● Recipient of Chuck and Chris Michaels Scholarship
Perry High School – Gilbert, AZ 2017
High School Diploma – Emphasis in college prep, Broadcasting, Multimedia
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
● Unanimously voted President of Perry High’s “TV Production” Club for 3 consecutive years
● 2016-2017 Produced and Directed 70-minute Sport documentary “320 Minutes”
Documentary of Perry High School Girls Varsity Soccer Team run towards a state championship
● Host of a sports radio talk show during freshman year of college
● In-Game Host for Arizona State softball in 2018
AWARDS
● 2016 Rocky Mountain Emmy Award – Play-by-Play Broadcasting
● 2017 Rocky Mountain Emmy Award – 320 Minutes (Director and Co-Producer)
● 2017 Perry High School Industrial Arts Student of the Year
● Adobe Certified Editor