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Steve Kenyon

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ProRodeoLive.com

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Background Information

Employment History

Professional Rodeo Announcer

Professional Rodeo


Affiliations

Apple Inc.

Area Sales Manager


Canadian Professional Rodeo Association

Member


Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Education

Linfield College


Bachelor's Degree

Communications with an emphasis on journalism


degree

Communications

Linfield College


Web References(118 Total References)


Steve Kenyon

www.sankeyprorodeo.com [cached]

STEVE KENYONPRCA RODEO ANNOUNCERSTEVE KENYON * PRCA RODEO ANNOUNCERSteve Kenyon is one of the busiest rodeo announcers in the country, appearing at more than 40 rodeos annually, writing for two different rodeo publications, and hosting the radio program RodeoProfiles.Steve is still the voice of his very first PRCA Rodeo, the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show in Union, Oregon, which he announced for the very first time in 1993.Steve has twice been selected as the alternate announcer for the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo.He has again been selected to announce the Columbia River Circuit Finals Rodeo, this year will be his fourth Columbia River Circuit Finals appearance.He also worked the Columbia River Circuit Finals in 2001, 2004, and 2005 and the Turquoise Circuit Finals in 2003. This year Steve will appear at rodeos in his home state of Oregon, in Washington, Idaho, Montana, California, Arizona, Wyoming, and South Dakota.In addition to great rodeo events like the Pine Country Pro Rodeo in Flagstaff, Arizona, the Livingston Round-Up in Livingston, Montana, the Crystal Springs Ranch Rodeo in Clear Lake, South Dakota, Steve also annually appears at the Mule Days Celebration in Bishop, California, and the $100,000 Montana's Richest Calf Roping in Kalispell, Montana.Last year, Steve was a part of the first annual Tribute to Chris LeDoux Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming.The rodeo Steve announced in Longview, Washington was named the Small Rodeo of the Year in the Columbia River Circuit.The rodeos Steve announced in Casper, Wyoming and Clear Lake, South Dakota were nominated as the Small Rodeo's of the Year in the Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association.Steve has made his living behind a microphone since he got his first radio job at his home in Klamath Falls, Oregon when he was 17 years old.He will bring that love of radio and his knowledge of the sport of rodeo to the "Rodeo Profiles" radio program.Steve Kenyon received a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with an emphasis on broadcast journalism when he graduated from Linfield College in 1982.He currently writes for two well recognized rodeo publications.His work appears every month in the WPRA News, the official newspaper of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association, and in the Competitor News.Steve Kenyon is 46 years old and comes from a family of rodeo participants.His wife Tracy is a Columbia River Circuit Finals qualifier in the barrel racing event.His son Phillip is a sophomore at Oregon State University and a past Jr. World Champion at the prestigious Barrel Futurities of America barrel race in Oklahoma City.Check out Steve's website at www.rodeoprofiles.com.


www.prorodeoradio.net

Steve KenyonPro Rodeo Radio Network - Steve Kenyon, BioANNOUNCER - Steve Kenyon You are viewing Steve Kenyon's Bio page.Steve Kenyon Steve Kenyon is one of the busiest rodeo announcers in the country, and the opportunity to be a part of the ProRodeo Radio Network's coverage of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is one of the biggest highlight's of his rodeo career. As a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association, Steve annually participates in 40 or more rodeos a year.He is still the voice of his very first PRCA Rodeo, the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show in Union, Oregon, which he announced for the very first time in 1993.This year he has been selected to work the Columbia River Circuit Finals Rodeo for the third straight year and for the fourth time in the last six years.He was chosen by the Turquoise Circuit to be a part of their finals in January of 2003.He has been the alternate announcer for the last two Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeos in Pocatello, Idaho.Each year Steve appears at rodeos in his home state of Oregon, in Washington, Idaho, Montana, California, Arizona, Wyoming, and South Dakota.Steve has made his living behind a microphone since he got his first radio job at his home in Klamath Falls, Oregon when he was 17 years old.He brings that love of radio and his knowledge of the sport of rodeo to the "Rodeo Profiles" radio program.Steve Kenyon received a Bachelor's Degree in Communications with an emphasis on broadcast journalism when he graduated from Linfield College in 1982.He currently writes for two well recognized rodeo publications.His work appears every month in the WPRA News, the official newspaper of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association, and in the Competitor News.Steve Kenyon is 47 years old and comes from a family of rodeo participants.


www.prorodeoradio.net

Links to PRRN's broadcast will also be featured on Steve Kenyon's website, rodeoprofiles.com and on the PRCA's website at prorodeo.com.Additionally, well-known PRCA announcers Steve Kenyon and Bob Fiest will be providing color commentary during the broadcast.Steve Kenyon, Guest CommentarySteve Kenyon has been a PRCA member announcer for 15 years.Some of his career highlights as an announcer include major rodeos such as the Columbia River Circuit's Finals Rodeo and the Turquoise Circuit Finals.Kenyon is also the host of the radio program Rodeo Profiles and the website rodeoprofiles.com.Additionally, Steve writes for several rodeo publications.


Keith Isley News

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The PRCA Media Department honored three men for their outstanding work in rodeo journalism, Dudley Barker of Stephenville, Texas, received the photographer's award, Joe Kusek, of the Billings (Mont.) Gazette received his second print journalism award and Steve Kenyon of ProRodeoLive.com received the honor for the broadcast/Internet journalism.


Western Radio Show | Horse Radio Network

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Alan and Tammy do a final recap the 2013 NFR with Steve Kenyon, the owner and operator of www.prorodeolive.com, producing live broadcasts of Professional Rodeo's signature events, including the only complete live broadcast of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Alan and Tammy recap the 2014 NFR with Steve Kenyon owner and operator of ProRodeoLive.com, producing live broadcasts of Professional Rodeo's signature events, including the the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Alan regales Tammy with a horse tradin' episode and some boss mare educatin' before they continue their recap the NFR timed events with Steve Kenyon, Steve is the owner and operator of www.prorodeolive.com, producing live broadcasts of Professional Rodeo's signature events, including the only complete live broadcast of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Alan and Tammy recap the NFR timed events with Steve Kenyon, Steve is the owner and operator of www.prorodeolive.com, producing live broadcasts of Professional Rodeo's signature events, including the only complete live broadcast of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.


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