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German A. Rios A.

News, Sports and Entertainment Broadcaster
Telephone: (954) 394-6419

To use my track record as an experienced news, sports, anchor, play-by-play commentator network correspondent, local news reporter and producer to enhance and or turn around an established television news program. Bilingual (English and Spanish.)

November 2004 - Present
Director, Producer, Writer and News Anchor, WUVC Channel 40 Univision, Raleigh, NC.
Director, Producer, Writer, and News Anchor for the first Spanish newscast in the Triangle of North Carolina.

April 2004 - July 2004
Director Physician Development, Westchester and Southern Winds Hospitals, Miami, FL.
Liaison between physicians and hospitals to admit patients, attracting, recruiting and retaining physicians at hospital.

January 2003 - January 2004
Consultant Anchor/Producer/Director, INN (Independent News Network),Davenport, IA.
Advisor, producing anchoring and directing Spanish news program for KUTH Channel 12 Univision in Salt Lake City, Utah.

June 1999 - March 2002
Freelance Commentator/Reporter,Miami Heat, WJAN-TV Channel 41, Miami, FL.
Host and play-by-play commentator, Miami Heat games. Interviews with key NBA players.

September, 2000 - October, 2000
Anchor/Reporter, The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, Sydney, Australia, Telemundo Network, Miami, FL.
Freelance Sports Anchor/Reporter for the Telemundo network and its national and international affiliates during the Olympic Games Sydney 2000.

June, 1999 - May 2002

Freelance Commentator/Reporter,
Miami Heat, WJAN Channel 41, Miami, FL.
Host, play-by-play commentator for the Miami Heat games. Excellent ratings.

December, 1998 - May, 1999

Sports Anchor and Reporter,
Univision Network, Miami, FL.
Produce, write, and anchor sportscast for the highly rated 6:30 and 11:30 editions of Noticiero Univision.

June, 1998 - July, 1998

Anchor/Reporter and Commentator,
World Cup, France, 1998, Sports Television, Caracas, Venezuela.
Live, daily commentary, reporting, and key soccer interviews from main field locations during the entire run of the 1998 France World Cup.

September, 1992 - May, 1998
Sports Anchor and Reporter, WLTV Channel 23, and Univision Network Miami, FL.
Produce, write, report and anchor sports segments for the local station WLTV Channel 23 and the Univision network.

September, 1992 - May, 1998
Commentator/Host, Radio Familiar, 830AM, Miami, FL.
Produce and host a two hour live sports show. Conducting regular live interviews with professional sports personalities, and audience interaction.

March, 1989 - June, 1992
Sports Anchor and Reporter, WSCV Channel 51, and Telemundo Network Miami, FL.
Sports Anchor and Reporter for Telemundo's 6:30 network news edition. Noticiero Telemundo, and the local station's 6 and 11 o'clock editions. Named "Sportscaster of the Year" Diario Las Americas.

May, 1987 - March, 1989
News Co-Anchor and Reporter, Assignment Editor, Announcer, WNJU Channel 47, Teterboro, N.J.
From booth announcer to desk assistant, and assignment manager to news Co-Anchor. In charge of assigning and dispatching reporters and crews, in the Tri-Boro area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.)

August, 1986 - January, 1987
News Anchor and Reporter/Producer, WSNS Channel 44, Chicago, IL.
Produce, write, and anchor the five and ten o'clock news editions of Noticentro 44.

August, 1987
Host and Producer, CBS Sports
Hosted essay production of the X Pan American Games in Indianapolis. English language host and producer.

January, 1987
Host and Producer, X Pan American Games, "Count down to the Tenth", WRTV Channel 6, Indianapolis, IN.
Producer and Host for a special program aired by the ABC affiliate.

Other Skills
Well prepared, organized, self-motivated, and persistent. Excellent at following directions, and executing orders. Adept on Windows, NewsStar and Avstar.

BA., Telecommunications, Honors, 1985, Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis.

Memorable Coverage
Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
Miami Heat NBA Seasons 1999-2000-2001
NBA Play-Offs 1996, 97, 98, 99, 2000
France World Cup 1998
Formula 1 France Grand Prix Magni Cours 1998
World Series 1997
Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games
MLB Games in Spanish Television Broadcasting 1994
United States World Cup 1994
NFL Super Bowl XXIX 1993

Memorable Interviews
Carlos Menen - Ex-President of Argentina
Carlos Andres Perez - Ex-President of Venezuela
Bud Selig - MLB Commissioner
David Stern - NBA Commissioner
Pat Riley - Vice President and Coach Miami Heat
Larry Bird - Ex-Coach Indiana Pacers
Larry Brown - Coach Philadelphia Seventy Sixers
Shaquille O'Neal - Player Los Angeles Lakers
Pele - Sports Minister of Brasil
Jimmy Johnson - Ex-General Manager and Coach Miami Dolphins
Dan Marino - Ex-Quaterback Miami Dolphins
Chris Berman - ESPN Commentator
Alain Delon - Actor
Charles Aznavour - Singer
Julio Iglesias - Singer
Emilio Estefan - Music Producer

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