About Bryan Dolgin

Bryan Dolgin Media Group, LLCBryan Dolgin Media Group LLC wants to share the story (cool factor) of your business.  BDMG’s personalized approach results in the best value for what your business needs.

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I am a storyteller, a brand journalist. Throughout my career, I have shared the stories of brands and individuals on radio and television broadcasts as well as via social media (blogs – WordPress.com, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, websites and more).

As a brand journalist, I combine the skills of broadcast journalism and creative writing into sharing the cool factor (your message) to the listener/viewer/consumer and driving them to your business. Whether it’s through marketing strategy, creating compelling content, sharing an experience in a blog, or copywriting, I will find/create the cool factor that will enhance your business.

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This is one of my postgame radio interviews following the Rangers win over the Cardinals in Game Two of the 2011 World Series in St. Louis.

I have developed these skills thanks to nearly 700 games of Major League Baseball broadcasting experience, hundreds more as a Minor League Baseball communications executive, and sales for minor league teams, for radio and television.  I can be your trusted voice and a consultant for all your communication needs.

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My 2011 American League Championship ring. In addition to broadcasting the radio pre/post for every game (including postseason), I broadcast more than 30 games of play-by-play that season.

>Specialties: Marketing strategy, media/public relations, social media, blogging, sales, communications consultant, copy writing, voiceover work, broadcasting and public speaking.

>My broadcasting career includes TV opportunities (baseball/basketball play-play-by and studio work) as well as radio opportunities (play-by-play, anchoring, reporting, hosting baseball/general talk shows).

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I joined Bill Jones for a Texas Rangers TV postgame show in 2013.

*I was the radio pre and post game show host for the Chicago White Sox (2005) and Texas Rangers (2010-2012).  Those four MLB seasons included three World Series, and the White Sox won theirs after 88 years of not doing so.

*I was the morning drive Sportscenter anchor on ESPN 1000 in 2006 and 2007 before moving to midday Sportscenters in 2008 and 2009.

*I have hosted radio baseball shows such as Rangers Magazine in DFW as well as Talkin’ Baseball, Chicago Baseballl Tonight and A Piece of [Jimmy] Piersall in Chicago.

*I have provided the radio/TV play-by-play and color commentary for three minor league baseball teams (Beloit Snappers, Myrtle Beach Pelicans & Joliet JackHammers). Also, I have worked in sales, media/public relations and various other roles with these organizations.

*On TV, I have worked for FOX Sports Oklahoma, The Big Ten Network, ESPN2′s Cold Pizza (back in the day), CBS 11/TXA21 (in DFW) and the Pelicans TV broadcasts on WPDE.

The U*I’m a 1997 graduate of the University of Miami (Bachelor of Science in Communications; double major in Broadcast Journalism and Creative Writing).  At UM, I broadcast football, basketball and baseball on student radio 90.5 WVUM.  The events I broadcast included The Carquest Bowl in 1996, the men’s and women’s Big East basketball tournaments, The College World Series and college baseball’s First Pitch Classic in Hawaii.

*My first media appearance ever was in high school. Along with a bunch of classmates (including my future wife), we read the book, “Life on the Run” by Bill Bradley and discussed it on a Sportschannel Chicago TV show called “A Book Talk with Phil Jackson.”

*I’m married with two daughters, a son and a dog.

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*I want to share your story (cool factor).

*The picture on the home page is from Game Two of the 2011 World Series when I interviewed Ian Kinsler on the field in St. Louis after the Rangers beat the Cardinals.  (photo courtesy of Brad Newton)

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