Talent Spotlight: Correspondent/Field Analyst

Broadcast became relevant to this Correspondent/ Field Analyst at age 13 while watching Monday Night Football. The rest is history! See how it all played out in our interview with Jon below.

Q: What was the first job you ever had?
A: At Toys-R-us, believe it or not, during the holidays in high school

Q: How did you become interested in the production industry?
A: I was 13 or so, and got mad at how the guys on “Monday Night Football” were calling the game in my den. So, I went into the living room and started doing it myself…

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Q: What is the professional accomplishment you are most proud of?
A: The stories I get to tell on a weekly basis…

Q: What is the best thing about working for TeamPeople?
A: The camaraderie displayed. It’s rare I can talk about my LA Clippers with someone based in Washington, DC (Yes, I’m talking about you, Tiet!)

Q: What is the personal accomplishment you are most proud of?
A: Putting out a good product every week with so many other talented people I can also call my dear friends…

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Q: What emoji describes you best?
A: What’s an emoji??? I’ll go with the adjective “driven…”

Q: Name one thing about you that not too many people know.
A: I can play three instruments- clarinet, sax, and drums… The other things??? You’ll have to guess…

Q: What is your favorite workplace saying?
A: “Success is the best revenge…”

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