The first Henry Abbott appearance in broadcast journalism was as a desk assistant for CBS Network Radion News. He became a morning reporter and talk show producer for WIBA-AM, where he also garnered awards. Abbott also wrote freelance stories for the newsweekly Isthmus.
In 1998, Abbott started freelance writing full-time. HOOP, Inside Stuff, Men’s Journal, and the official NBA Finals program all had a Henry Abbott appearance on their pages. He also worked for CBS’s national radio network. In 2004, he started blogging and became one of the founders of Gekko Blogs, an agency publishing blogs for corporate clients. In 2005, he founded TrueHoop, which later became part of ESPN.com, where Abbott works as a senior writer.
Henry Abbott Speaker
Abbott has written more than a dozen cover stories, more than a hundred feature articles, and a regular column. There has also been Henry Abbott speaker appearances on the airwaves as he discusses sports as a guest of various national and local television and radio programs.
Henry Abbott Appearance
We all know that sportswriting is a difficult task, as it leaves writers open for all kinds of criticism.
From someone who grew up in that kind of business, yet loved it, anyway, a Henry Abbott appearance will give your audience a peek at the intense, fast-paced, and hardcore world of broadcast journalism.
Henry Abbott Endorsement
Abbott’s writing and research have been featured in numerous award-winning documentaries. The success of his work is practically a Henry Abbott endorsement already, and he brings that success to every Henry Abbott endorsement he provides.
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