David DeGuzman is a sports media professional currently seeking new career opportunities.
He was previously the sports director at WHSV-TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia from April 2014 to February 2018. His duties included anchoring sportscasts weeknights on WHSV News at 6:00 and 11:00, coordinating the station’s sports coverage, and reporting on athletes and teams that matter to the Shenandoah Valley. Highlights during his tenure included back-to-back trips to Frisco to cover James Madison in the FCS National Championship, two visits to JMU’s campus by ESPN’s College GameDay, the 2015 Winter Classic at Nationals Park, and consecutive trips to the NCAA Women’s basketball tournament. David was also co-host of “WHSV Endzone”, which airs every Friday night during high school football season and shows highlights involving 20 teams in the area.
In the Summer of 2016, David served as a Production Associate for NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio 2016 was his third Olympic Games after serving in the same position during the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014, and interning with NBC during the London Olympics in 2012. In Rio, David worked for the network’s Sportsdesk department, working closely with producers, camera crews, editors and technical personnel. He mainly helped in assisting with stories for NBC’s “Olympic Zone” program, which aired on numerous NBC local affiliates prior to the network’s primetime coverage.
David was also a Sports Multimedia Journalist at WAOW-TV Newsline 9 in Wausau, WI, covering sports stories in the North Central Wisconsin area as a photographer, producer, reporter and anchor.
David graduated from the SI Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in August 2012, following an internship with NBC Olympics in London. He worked closely with producers from both NBC News and Sports as a logger for the Sports Desk department at the International Broadcast Centre in London.
David loves sports television and his dream job is to either produce or report at the Olympics.
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