Sportscasting Managing Editor

Jason Rossi

Jason Rossi is an award-winning sportswriter and editor in the industry since 2001. In his tenure as a local sports reporter for more than 14 years, he was the 2011 GateHouse Media Sportswriter of the Year and was awarded first- and second-place awards for his feature writing from the Illinois Press Association from 2010-2016.

Jason earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Iowa and continues to be an active member of the Illinois Press Association. He joined the Endgame360 team in 2017 and became Sportscasting’s Managing Editor in 2019. He’s spent his career covering football, basketball, and baseball, giving him the unique ability to guide Sportscasting’s NFL, NBA, and MLB coverage.

When he’s off the clock you can find Jason hitting the links, managing his fantasy football and baseball teams, or attending Blackhawks and White Sox games. He keeps up with the work of Drew Magary and Jeff Passan, and revisits favorites from the late Hunter S. Thompson. In his opinion, “Still Life” by Skip Hollandsworth is one of the best pieces of journalism around. See more from Jason on his Muck Rack profile.

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