Popular media group company, Nexstar Media Group has announced the Coverage Team for the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics games. The group included the names of the award-winning Journalist that will cover the 2020 Summer Olympic event. The group of seven members will launch exclusive stories right from the beginning of the 2020 extravaganza and also cover the entire event that is scheduled to begin from 24th July 2020.
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Here we are introducing the seven Journalists that will cover the biggest sports event.
Jack Doles is a well-known name as a Journalist who has been associated with Wood TV since 1990. The upcoming Olympic 2020 event will be his 11th Olympic games as coverage journalist. Also, Jack Doles covered numerous Olympic games that include Calgary, Seoul, Atlanta, Sydney, Athens, Torino, Beijing, Sochi, Rio, and Pyeongchang. Apart from the Olympic games, he has worked for other major events like the Rose Bowl, the Super Bowl, the NBA, and the Stanley Cup Finals and the World Series.
Aaron Nolan is currently working as a co-anchor of KARK 4 Today in Little Rock, Arkansas and also as an anchor of Newsfeed Now, a daily digital news segment that streams across Nexstar Media Group. Tokyo Olympics 2020 will be Nalons third Olympic games as a coverage Journalist.
Marden has been associated with two media groups KSEE and CBS 47 in Fresno since 2008. Now he will be covering the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2020 games for the third time. He has also covered multiple super bowl events.
Erin Cargile is a well-known name as a news anchor for a decade who has covered news at KXAN in Austin and Texas. Previously she has worked as an investigative reporter and now it will be her second term to serve as coverage Journalist for the Olympic games.
Marielena will be covering the entire event of the Summer Olympics 2020 for the first time. Since 2016, she has been anchoring for WAVY-TV in Norfolk, Virginia.
A sports reporter and morning co-anchor at WCMH in Columbus, Ohia, Matt Barnes will be the part of the coverage team for the first time in Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Melissa Marino is all set to make her first appearance as a Coverage Reporter in the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Previously she has worked for WFLA in Tempa, Florida as a reporter, anchor and also as a political reporter in Pennsylvania.