Jack Pohl Biography
Jack Pohl is an American Journalist, Anchor, and Reporter currently working as a Sports Director at WDTN-TV 2 News. Jack also worked at various Dayton area radio stations but is best known for his time as the Z-93 morning show personality with Kim Faris. He was also honored with the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Sportsmanship and Ethics Integrity Media service award.
Jack Pohl Age
Jack’s information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.
Jack Pohl Education
Pohl attended and graduated from Wright State University where she studied his Broadcasting career.
Jack Pohl Wife | Children
Jack is a married man. He has two children and four grandchildren. Jack enjoys skiing, biking, good food and loves to make people smile and laugh.
Jack Pohl Career
Jack started his broadcasting career at Centerville secondary school where he started to become familiar with his exchange at WCWT. Jack later proceeded onward to work at different Dayton territory radio stations yet is best referred to for his time as the Z-93 morning show character with Kim Faris.
Jack moved from radio to TV in the wake of getting employed by WDTN to report and anchor. Jack is glad to have taken in the TV business from WDTN’s unbelievable Omar Williams.
In the course of the last 20 or more years Jack has secured the region’s greatest games for 2 NEWS, Including the Dayton Flyers NCAA competition runs, Ohio State’s national titles in football, Bengals and Reds playoffs and winter Olympic inclusion from the U.S. winter Olympic preparing office in Park City, Utah. Jack additionally filled in as the play by play broadcaster for Wright State University ball on WDTN and Dayton’s CW.
Jack appreciates covering all games and the competitors who play them. Jack says “Competitors give incredible motivation, win or lose their heart and energy for the game is essentially astounding.”
Jack has an extraordinary enthusiasm for secondary school sports where he fills in as host (with Hutch Konerman) and producer of Operation Football and Operation Basketball. Jack has been a large group of the Penn Station Athlete of the Month program for more than 10 years and has pursued a few competitors from secondary school, through school and right to the stars.
Jack was regarded with the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Sportsmanship and Ethics Integrity Media administration grant. The O-H-S-An A perceiving Channel 2’s long-term sports chief for his commitments, inclusion, and administration to secondary school games here in the Southwest District.
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Jaiden Cameron named Penn Station athlete of the month
wdtn.com — by Jack Pohl Posted: Nov 5, 2019,/ 06:41 PM EST / Updated: Nov 5, 2019,/ 06:41 PM EST Clayton, OHIO (WDTN) Northmont defensive lineman Jaiden Cameron is the November Penn Station athlete of the month. Jaiden will continue his education and play football at Northwestern next fall.
Game of the week preview: Alter at C.J.
wdtn.com — Operation Football Game of the Week 9: Centerville at Northmont CLAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – In the GWOC, Northmont began the night 8th in Division I Region 2’s playoff rankings, with Centerville nipping on their heels in the 9th spot for our Operation Football Game of the Week. Friday night, the Elks traveled up to Clayton to face the Thunderbolts in our Operation Football Game of the Week.
Game of the week preview: Centerville at Northmont
wdtn.com — Team of the week: Franklin Wildcats Franklin, OHIO (WDTN) – At number-two in the division three state computer rankings, the Franklin Wildcats have been named the Operation Football team of the week.
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