Julian Mininsohn

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Julian began his sports journalism career at the University of La Verne in Southern California.

Julian began his sports journalism career at the University of La Verne in Southern California. During his time as a Leopard he served as sports editor of the campus newspaper, associate editor of La Verne Magazine and play-by-play, color commentator and sideline reporter for KWST-TV and KULV-FM.

Outside the classroom Julian worked as a contributing writer for Lakers and Dodgers Nation and promotional assistant for CBS Radio in Los Angeles. His greatest sports media experience came as a sports production assistant at KABC-TV in Los Angeles where he interviewed sports legends such as Kobe Bryant, Lebron James and Vin Scully.

Julian was born and raised a So Cal kid, but can’t wait to explore the competitive world of Western Slope sports. It’s been his dream to be a sports broadcaster since he was six years old. When he’s not in the middle of a sportscast, Julian is watching the biggest sporting event on TV or shooting hoops.

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