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Anchor and Reporter - Empire Spor...

Phone: (716) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Empire Sports Network
795 Indian Church Road
West Seneca , New York 14224
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • SUNY-Oswego
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www.empiresports.com, 20 July 2014 [cached]
Jason Bristol
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Jason Bristol [ top ] Anchor/Reporter - Empire Sports Report
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Jason Bristol has been added to the Empire Sports Network staff recently to anchor the weekend editions of "Empire Sports Report". He will also serve as a reporter for the network during the week.
Bristol came to Empire Sports from WSTM-TV in Syracuse where he held similar duties as a weekend anchor and weekday reporter.
His career began as a weekend sports anchor at WDTV in Bridgeport, West Virginia. Six months later he moved back to Central New York to work as a sports reporter at WTVH. Bristol then joined WSTM in March 1998.
Bristol graduated from SUNY-Oswego and was actively involved in the campus television and radio stations, as well as his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Jason loves minor league baseball and has written numerous articles on the subject. His stories have appeared in Tuff Stuff, Baseball Card News and Card News.
He's also a big college basketball and football fan. In his spare time, he enjoys collecting baseball cards, running and of course, playing sports.
CBS 21's Jason ...
www.bleachercoaches.com, 9 Feb 2015 [cached]
CBS 21's Jason Bristol will be emceeing the event.
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www.whptv.com, 8 Sept 2012 [cached]
Reported by: Jason Bristol Email: jasonbristol@cbs21.com
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Sources informed CBS 21 News Sports Director Jason Bristol earlier today of Artis-Payne's decision to play for Auburn in the Southeastern Conference.
The running back made his decision at a news conference this afternoon in California. He was reportedly choosing between Auburn, Utah, Washington.
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Jason Bristol's Blog
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www.whptv.com, 15 Dec 2010 [cached]
Home : About Us : CBS 21 News Blogs : Jason Bristol
Washington Generals add Jason Bristol to roster for Hershey game
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Contributor: Jason Bristol Email: jasonbristol@cbs21.com
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CBS 21 News is proud to announce that Jason Bristol, the station’s award-winning sports director, will be added to the active roster of the Washington Generals professional basketball club.
Per station policy, terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
“I’m just going to take it one game at a time,†said Bristol, who is not aware that he’ll likely be with the Generals for only one game. “I’m just going to be mentally-prepared; just go out and do my job.â€
“We’re extremely proud that Jason will be suiting up for the Generals,†an executive at WHP/WLYH-TV did not mention. “But we wouldn’t advise him to quit his day job.â€
A six-time Emmy Award recipient, Bristol did not play college basketball. He did not play in high school, either. “Hey, I won a title in biddy ball, Camillus (N.Y.) Optimist in the eighties,†he said. “Look it up!â€
“I’m surprised the Generals made this move, considering Bristol is coming off a serious knee injury,†CBS Sports basketball analyst Greg Anthony did not say.
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Bristol had surgery back in June to repair a torn ACL.
Bristol says he’s eager to show off his talents. “I plan on continuing the Generals’ rich tradition â€" of losing,†he added.
News Team Bios - WHP CBS 21 Harrisburg
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Jason Bristol
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whp-TV FOX 4 Beaumont :: News Team - Jason Bristol
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Jason Bristol - Sports Director
Award-winning Sports Director Jason Bristol has been a member of the CBS 21 News team since October 2005.
He's best known for his continuing coverage of Harrisburg's National Sports Hall of Fame project; which earned CBS 21 News its first and only regional Edward R. Murrow Award and a Mid-Atlantic Emmy award.
In all, he has won 12 regional Emmy awards and has received 28 Emmy nominations in the past seven years for both anchoring and reporting.
In 2009, 2010 and 2013, he also earned regional Emmy awards for both Most Outstanding Sports Anchor and Most Outstanding Sports Reporter, respectively.
He is believed to be the first and only person ever to win both awards in the same year.
He also won 2007, 2011 and 2012 Emmy awards for Most Outstanding Sports Anchor in the Mid-Atlantic region, which includes the entire state of Pennsylvania (all markets) and parts of New Jersey, Delaware and Ohio, respectively.
Bristol has also received numerous first-place awards from the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association (AP) for Enterprise/Individual Reporting; Continuing Coverage; News Feature Story; Sportscast, Sports Play-by-Play; and Best Sports Feature Story.
Jason served as the lead play-by-play voice for the SPORTSfever Television Network, which broadcasted college and high school sports statewide; including games seen on CW 15 and WHP's digital channel, My21.2.
Bristol previously worked in Buffalo, New York, where he was one of the main anchors at the Empire Sports Network. While in Buffalo, Bristol anchored the early weeknight editions of the "Empire Sports Report," the networks half-hour news and highlight program. He also served as beat reporter for the NHLs Buffalo Sabres and the Buffalo Bisons Triple-A baseball club. He says his favorite memory is presenting the 2004 Governors Cup trophy to the Bisons after the team won the postseason championship - and then being doused with champagne during a live post-game show!
Prior to his stint at ESN, Jason worked at WSTM-TV in Syracuse where he had many different roles; including sports director, weekend sports anchor, news anchor, and news reporter.
His career began as a weekend sports anchor at WDTV in Bridgeport, West Virginia. Six months later, he moved back to Central New York to work as a sports reporter and producer at WTVH. Bristol then joined WSTM in March 1998.
Bristol, a native of Syracuse, New York, graduated from SUNY-Oswego in 1995 and was actively involved in the campus television and radio stations, as well as his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Jason is a huge fan of college and minor league baseball and has written numerous articles on the subject. His stories have appeared in Tuff Stuff, Baseball Card News and Card News. He's an avid sports enthusiast who loves to tell the stories of local athletes. If you see him in person, please say "Hi" or "Hola! since Jason also speaks some Spanish.
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