Sunday, September 4, 2016

Jeremy Marks-Peltz On Television

     Jeremy Marks-Peltz made his television debut on WTVX-TV Channel 34 in West Palm Beach as the high school football play-by-play announcer of Friday Night Rivals on September 2. ESPN national recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton joined him as a game analyst on the broadcast.
     WTVX-TV did broadcast high school football games on Friday nights two years ago. Alex Kushel was the play-by-play announcer and current Olympic Heights head football coach Chris Kokell was the game analyst.
     Marks-Peltz was the radio play-by-play announcer for Oxbridge Academy football games during the previous three years on ESPN 106.3 WUUB-FM in West Palm Beach. He continues as the content director and occasional talk host on ESPN West Palm.
     He once worked as the radio play-by-play announcer for Florida International University football games from 2008 to 2010. Marks-Peltz was also the Miami Heat Radio Network studio host from October 2007 until January 2010 when he left for Good Karma Broadcasting in West Palm Beach to become an evening host on ESPN 760 WEFL-AM.
     Marks-Peltz, a University of Miami grad, started his professional career at James Crystal Radio in South Florida as an intern and sportscaster at 1400 The Fan WFLL-AM in the mid-2000s. He landed at Clear Channel during 2007 as a morning sports anchor on News Radio 610 WIOD-AM in Miami.

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