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Chase Coburn Bio:
I am Chase Coburn, a 12 year old sports broadcaster who resides in Connecticut. My love for sports began when I was just seven years old, where my Washington Capitals finally took home the Stanley Cup in 2018. From that point, I knew as much about the Capitals and all of their players as much as anybody in the world. That passion ended up spreading across all of my sports teams; Orioles, Ravens, Wizards and Connecticut Huskies Men’s Basketball.
But it wasn’t until a 2020 summer that was ruined by Covid-19 that I developed my love for broadcasting, which came at the Play-By-Play Sports Broadcasting Virtual Camps. I used the lessons they taught me over the three week period and made it my number one goal; to create a podcast. So from posting every day of a month in 4th grade on a private YouTube channel (all videos may never be shown to the public), and hard work and research, I finally started Wiz Talk with Chase, a podcast all about the Washington Wizards.
There, I’ve posted nearly 300 episodes, had on the teams announcer, and achieved a great amount of success. Then, fast forward to the middle of my fifth grade year, where I started the Cool Sports Network and Chase’s Sports News, where I’ve spent hours and hours of time working, interviewing, researching and thinking about how I was going to get these ideas and content I was creating to the public.
So I didn’t stop there. Want a newsletter breaking down a plethora of topics including series about your favorite teams? Why not. That’s where the Cool Sports Newsletter was launched. Want to start a YouTube show with two other aspiring sports broadcasters and get to over 160 subscribers and 15 thousand views? Why not. That’s where Sports 4 Kids started. And then sharing these ideas with my school, I’ve now started what I like to think of as the best kids news show in the world, where I’ve created a whole team of editors and writers to create a weekly news show and live stream basketball games to the public.
I’ve been pleased to say my work has gone a long way. I’ve been on some really cool shows, and talked to some really cool people. I’ve interviewed a variety of people, from singers, to authors, to entrepreneur’s, to announcers, to coaches, to professional and collegiate sports players, and more. I love what I do when I get home from school every single day, and that to me is what drives me to continue to get better and produce content to you guys. Broadcasting is a passion of mine. It has been for a while, and it always will be. And I’m going to do whatever I can to make it so that more people besides me also appreciate that passion!
Kenny Smith (Former NBA Champion)
Nick Boyle (Baltimore Ravens Tight End)
Rashaan Evans (Tennessee Titans Linebacker)
David Montgomery (Chicago Bears Running Back)
Donovan Smith (Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offensive Guard)
Tyler Bass (Buffalo Bills Placekicker)
John Cox (Former International Basketball Player & Kobe Bryant’s cousin)
Mark Henry, Caleb Green, Jesus Cruz, etc. (Fairfield Men’s Basketball)
Mckenzie Milton (Former UCF and FSU Quarterback)
Rahsool Diggins (Uconn Men’s Basketball Guard, Freshman)
Jay Young (Fairfield Men’s Basketball)
Mark Turgeon (Former Maryland Terrapins coach)
Justin Kutcher (Wizards Play-By-Play announcer)
Dave McMenamin (ESPN Broadcaster)
Brandon Gaudin (CBS Sports commentator and voice of Madden NFL)
Sal Palantonio (ESPN sideline reporter)
Tracy Wolfson (CBS Sports sideline reporter)
Scott Braun (MLB Network commentator)
Chris Lewis (CBS commentator and Table Tennis commentator of Tokyo Olympics)
Field Yates (ESPN Football Analyst)
Jon Rothstien (CBS Sports College Basketball Analyst)
Courtney Cronin (ESPN, Minnesota Vikings)
Sarah Barshop (ESPN, Houston Texans)
Leigh Steinberg (Agent for Patrick Mahomes, etc.)
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Chase Coburn, is a 10 year old sports broadcaster who owns Chase’s Sports News. He hosts the podcast Cool Sports Network, the official podcast of Chase’s Sports News and also hosts Wiz Talk with Chase, a podcast all about the Washington Wizards. From mid June of 2021-January of 2022, Chase had over 2,200 views on his podcast, including an interview with the play-by-play announcer for the Wizards, Justin Kutcher. He has been able to talk to some popular people in the sports broadcasting industry along with some athletes as well.