About Kyle Youmans
Hey there! Thanks for showing interest in my work and taking time out of your busy day to visit my website! I am a professional sportscaster based out of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, specifically the city of Frisco and a recent graduate of the University of North Texas. Over the past few years, I have worked with media outlets such as ESPN, Fox Sports, Dallas Cowboys, Texas Motor Speedway, and have spent time in Minor League Baseball with the West Virginia Power (Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners). Along with those opportunities, I have completed countless freelance tasks over the past few years.
"The best things in life are not given to you." "To work in an industry that you love is a blessing." "Never forget to say the score." These are all sayings that I have been surrounded by along my journey to becoming a sportscaster. All ring true every single day and not a day goes by that I forget to count my blessings and love the decision I have made to pursue my dreams in the sports broadcasting industry.
I am passionate about doing projects right the first time and doing anything in my power to make a broadcast or media relations department the best that it could possibly be. I have used the passion and drive for sports to accumulate professional experiences and knowledge during my time in the sports broadcasting industry. I have built a network and support group of some of the top broadcasters in the state of Texas such as Eric Nadel, Jared Sandler, Rich Phillips, Mark Followill, John Morris, Craig Way, and more that have coached me early in my career.
Just as legendary North Texas play-by-play announcer Bill Mercer wrote in his autobiography, "No matter how accomplished a person may think he is when starting this business, studying each sport that is going to be broadcasted is still important. After all, preparation for broadcasting sports never ends. It goes on and on every day." The preparation and process leading up to the broadcast is just as important to me as the broadcast itself, and I take extreme pride in my prep. Detailed game notes, statistics, and treating others the right way are just a couple of ways that I like to take an organization to the next level.
I love new challenges, different projects, and the long hours that go into broadcasting some of the best athletes in the world. I would never have it any other way.
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