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Jerald Hoover L.

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New York Post

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1211 Avenue Of The Americas

New York, New York 10036

United States

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The New York Post, founded by Alexander Hamilton on November 16, 1801, is the oldest continuously published daily newspaper in the United States and the fastest growing paper in the country*. ... more

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Author, Screenwriter and Sports Journalist

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Jerald Hoover - NBA Editor

Jerald L. Hoover is an author, screenwriter and journalist. He is multi-talented and has accomplished quite a bit with respect to the creative, literary and entertainment world. In 1993 he won an award for "The Best New Male Writer of the Year" - Literary Society in Virginia. (This award was accomplished for his fiction novel, "My Friend, My Hero") For the novel, Jerald was also listed from 1994 - 1996 as a Best Selling author among Black young writers in various African American publications. In 1995, he was awarded with the WritersCorp Award by then president Bill Clinton. In 1998, Jerald was inducted into the Mount Vernon Boy's and Girl's Club Hall of Fame. (This is the same club that Denzel Washington grew up and served in).
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In 2003, then Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion awarded Jerald with a Citation of Merit Award for his work with young people in Bronx elementary and middle schools.
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In 2007, Basketball Hall of Fame and New York Post writer, Peter Vecsey featured Jerald in a Sunday story giving recognition for his work on his first documentary, "Four Square Miles to Glory". And in 2011, Jerald was nominated for Honorable Mention for being the Best Black Sportswriter of Year by - Black Press Radio.
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Also in 2011, Jerald was a Semi Finalist for his screenplay of My Friend, My Hero, by the Gotham Screen Screenplay Contest. Jerald is now entering his 15th year as a sportswriter.


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Jerald L. Hoover is multi-talented and has accomplished quite a bit with respect to the creative, literary and entertainment world. In 1993 he won an award for "The Best New Male Writer of the Year" - Literary Society in Virginia. (This award was accomplished for his fiction novel, "My Friend, My Hero") For the novel, Jerald was also listed from 1994 - 1996 as a Best Selling author among Black young writers in various African American publications. In 1995, he was awarded with the WritersCorp Award by then president Bill Clinton. In 1998, Jerald was inducted into the Mount Vernon Boy's and Girl's Club Hall of Fame. (This is the same club that Denzel Washington grew up and served in).
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In 2003, then Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion awarded Jerald with a Citation of Merit Award for his work with young people in Bronx elementary and middle schools.
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In 2007, Basketball Hall of Fame and New York Post writer, Peter Vecsey featured Jerald in a Sunday story giving recognition for his work on his first documentary, "Four Square Miles to Glory". And in 2011, Jerald was nominated for Honorable Mention for being the Best Black Sportswriter of Year by - Black Press Radio.
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Also in 2011, Jerald was a Semi Finalist for his screenplay of My Friend, My Hero, by the Gotham Screen Screenplay Contest. Jerald is now entering his 15th year as a sportswriter.


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Jerald Hoover - NBA Editor

Jerald L. Hoover is an author, screenwriter and journalist. He is multi-talented and has accomplished quite a bit with respect to the creative, literary and entertainment world. In 1993 he won an award for "The Best New Male Writer of the Year" - Literary Society in Virginia. (This award was accomplished for his fiction novel, "My Friend, My Hero") For the novel, Jerald was also listed from 1994 - 1996 as a Best Selling author among Black young writers in various African American publications. In 1995, he was awarded with the WritersCorp Award by then president Bill Clinton. In 1998, Jerald was inducted into the Mount Vernon Boy's and Girl's Club Hall of Fame. (This is the same club that Denzel Washington grew up and served in).
...
In 2003, then Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion awarded Jerald with a Citation of Merit Award for his work with young people in Bronx elementary and middle schools.
...
In 2007, Basketball Hall of Fame and New York Post writer, Peter Vecsey featured Jerald in a Sunday story giving recognition for his work on his first documentary, "Four Square Miles to Glory". And in 2011, Jerald was nominated for Honorable Mention for being the Best Black Sportswriter of Year by - Black Press Radio.
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Also in 2011, Jerald was a Semi Finalist for his screenplay of My Friend, My Hero, by the Gotham Screen Screenplay Contest. Jerald is now entering his 15th year as a sportswriter.


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Writer Jerald L. Hoover.

Jerald L. Hoover is multi talented and has accomplished quite a bit with respect to the creative, literary and entertainment world. In 1993 he won an award for “The Best New Male Writer of the Year” – Literary Society in Virginia. (This award was accomplished for his fiction novel, “My Friend, My Hero”) For the novel, Jerald was also listed from 1994 – 1996 as a Best Selling author among Black young writers in various African American publications. In 1995, he was awarded with the WritersCorp Award by then president Bill Clinton. In 1998, Jerald was inducted into the Mount Vernon Boy’s and Girl’s Club Hall of Fame. (This is the same club that Denzel Washington grew up and served in).
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In 2003, then Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion awarded Jerald with a Citation of Merit Award for his work with young people in Bronx elementary and middle schools.
...
In 2007, Basketball Hall of Fame and New York Post writer, Peter Vecsey featured Jerald in a Sunday story giving recognition for his work on his first documentary, “Four Square Miles to Glory”. And in 2011, Jerald was nominated for Honorable Mention for being the Best Sportswriter of Year by – Black Press Radio.
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Also in 2011, Jerald was a Semi Finalist for his screenplay of My Friend, My Hero, by the Gotham Screen Screenplay Contest.
Jerald is a sportswriter and has covered the New York Knicks and New Jersey/Brooklyn Nets: for Black Athlete Sports Network, The Network Journal, Sportstyle New York, Pure Sports New York and BustaSports.com.


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Jerald L. Hoover jeraldhoover@blackathlete.net

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