PODCAST: NFC East draft preview

Audio posted April 8, 2015 in CommRadio, NFL Draft by NFL Draft Staff

ComRadio's own Ryan Berti, Chris Gamble, Andrew Capanelli and Jeff Capanelli break down the needs of each NFC East, in the first of eight divisional podcasts, for the upcoming NFL Draft in Chicago.

About the Contributors

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Andrew Capanelli

Junior / Advertising

I have always had an interest in broadcast journalism and am excited to host my show. Even though I may not have a career in the field ahead of me I am ready to learn and have fun talking sports.

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Jeffrey Capanelli

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Jeff Capanelli is a senior from Fair Haven, New Jersey, majoring in broadcast journalism. He will be contributing to the Centre County Report and ComRadio during the 2016 fall semester.

After being a talk show co-host for two years, Jeff now produces and hosts his very own talk show on ComRadio: The Jeff Capanelli Hour. He also contributes to ComRadio’s sports department with written columns, podcasts, live production and play-by-play of various Penn State sports.

Jeff spent the spring of 2016 in Los Angeles, California as a member of the inaugural Penn State Hollywood program. He worked as a video production & strategy intern for Disney Interactive Media, focusing specifically on emerging content.

That following summer, Jeff worked as an editorial intern for Scout Media in New York City.

You can reach him via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and follow him on twitter @heffcap.

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Chris Gamble

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Chris is a senior studying broadcast journalism with a minor in history. This fall, Chris joined ComRadio and has been a regular writer for the website. Last summer Chris interned with B-94.5 radio in State College. Last semester he interned with the Big Ten Network and Penn State Athletics. To reach Chris you can email him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).