logo

Last Update

This profile was last updated on 6/9/2017 and contains contributions from the  Zoominfo Community.

is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Jason Bristol?

Jason Bristol

Different Roles

WSTM

HQ Phone:  (315) 477-9400

Direct Phone: (315) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.com

GET ZOOMINFO GROW

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions.

I agree to the  Terms of Service and  Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

THANK YOU FOR DOWNLOADING!

computers
  • 1.Download
    ZoomInfo Grow
    v sign
  • 2.Run Installation
    Wizard
  • 3.Check your inbox to
    Sign in to ZoomInfo Grow

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

WSTM

1030 James Street

Syracuse, New York,13203

United States

Company Description

WSTM TV3 is one of the local television stations that has been on the air in Syracuse continuously since 1950. "WSTM-NBC3 - Syracuse, New York" Waymark. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Sports Reporter

WTVH


Anchor and Reporter - Empire Sports Report

Empire Sports Network


Affiliations

Susquehanna Sports Center

Voting Member of the Capital Area Chapter


Education

SUNY-Oswego


B.A

Broadcasting and Mass Communication

State University of New York College at Oswego


Web References(194 Total References)


bios

empiresports.com [cached]

Jason Bristol
Jason Bristol [ top ] Anchor/Reporter - Empire Sports Report 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.


News Team Bios - WHP CBS 21 Harrisburg

www.local21news.com [cached]

Jason Bristol
whp-TV FOX 4 Beaumont :: News Team - Jason Bristol 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-ever regional Edward R. Murrow Award and a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award. In all, he has won 16 regional Emmy Awards and has received 34 Emmy nominations in the past eight years for both anchoring and reporting. In 2009, 2010, 2013 and 2014, 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 earned another regional Edward R. Murrow Award in 2014 for feature reporting. He 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. Jason previously worked in Buffalo, New York, where he was one of the main anchors at the Empire Sports Network. While in Buffalo, Jason 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 NHL's Buffalo Sabres and the Buffalo Bisons Triple-A baseball club. He says his favorite memory is presenting the 2004 Governor's 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. Connect with Jason:


www.whptv.com

Jason Bristol
Email Jason Want to learn more about Jason? Check out Jason Bristol's Blog on CBS 21 Community! Sports Director Jason Bristol is the recipient of the 2007 Emmy Award 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. He also received an Emmy nomination for the region's Most Outstanding Sports Reporter. Jason started at WHP-TV in October 2005. Shortly after arriving at WHP CBS-21, he won "Best Sportscast" honors from the Associated Press and earned that distinction again in 2006. His story "Heading for Home? - which profiled the lives of local Negro League greats Spottswood Poles and "Rap" Dixon - was also named "Best Sports Feature Story" in the state by the AP. Bristol won "Best Sports Feature Story" honors again from the AP for 2007 for his story entitled "The Longest Race;" about a young cross-country runner who was hit by a car while training. He also serves as the lead play-by-play voice for the SPORTSfever Television Network, which broadcasts college and high school sports statewide; including games seen on CW 15 and WHP's Comcast 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 network’s half-hour news and highlight program. He also served as beat reporter for the NHL’s 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 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 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.


stp.whptv.com

Jason Bristol Email JasonWant to learn more about Jason?Check out Jason Bristol's Blog on CBS 21 Community! Sports Director Jason Bristol is the recipient of the 2007 Emmy Award 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.He also received an Emmy nomination for the region's Most Outstanding Sports Reporter. Jason started at WHP-TV in October 2005.Shortly after arriving at WHP CBS-21, he won "Best Sportscast" honors from the Associated Press and earned that distinction again in 2006.His story "Heading for Home?"- which profiled the lives of local Negro League greats Spottswood Poles and "Rap" Dixon - was also named "Best Sports Feature Story" in the state by the AP. Bristol won "Best Sports Feature Story" honors again from the AP for 2007 for his story entitled "The Longest Race;" about a young cross-country runner who was hit by a car while training. He also serves as the lead play-by-play voice for the SPORTSfever Television Network, which broadcasts college and high school sports statewide; including games seen on CW 15 and WHP's Comcast 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 network's half-hour news and highlight program.He also served as beat reporter for the NHL's 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 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 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.


Sugar Shane

www.wrestlingonthefringe.com [cached]

Before I present Perfecto, however, I want to say thanks to Jason Bristol, Sports Director of WSTM TV who interviewed me today at my office.He was very cool.Many non-wrestling fans (he is a self-professed "ewww anything but wrestling" type) talk down to wrestling fans and people in the business but Jason was very fair to me and, although I was a little nervous (I am NO TV star!!), we got through the interview better than I expected.The interview will air locally on Friday, December 1 at 5:30 during the sports segment."Wrestling On The Fringe" is getting attention!First the Syracuse Newspapers hired me to do a column based on the website (but that is a straight non-internet news column) and now the Sports Director of the NBC affiliate is pushing the site and the fact that woman really CAN talk wrestling without always drooling. (Notice I took off the "Men in Towels" column before the segment airs? lol).One interesting remark that Jason made was that I didn't look like what others perceive to be the "typical" wrestling fan.


Similar Profiles

city

Browse ZoomInfo's Business
Contact Directory by City

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory