Levine new voice of FIU football

Mike Levine(August 28, 2014) When Mike Levine moved to Miami seven years ago, it was with the hope that being in a major market would lead to big-time opportunities. The bet has paid off. An STAA client since the company’s inception in 2006, Levine is the new voice of Florida International University football.

Levine has been a sports broadcaster with 560 WQAM for the past seven years, working baseball, basketball and football, including the high school “Game of the Week”. He also serves as an on-air personality as well a sports update anchor, reporter and producer. A graduate of Penn State, Levine also spent time with WMAJ-WLTS, State College, Pa. (2003-04) and WKZO-WQSN-WKLZ-WQRL, Kalamazoo, Mich. (2005-07) as a sports director, play-by-play announcer and color analyst.

“There are only 128 FBS play-by-play jobs in college football, and to have the privilege of landing the FIU position is a true honor,” Levine said. “FIU’s campus and athletic program is continually building and growing, becoming an innovator in the city of Miami. I can’t wait for kickoff and to get things rolling. Head Coach Ron Turner, who’s a proven winner, and his staff will undoubtedly make this a competitive and rewarding season in Conference USA.”

“I’m truly humbled and thrilled to get started.”

(Visit Mike’s STAA Talent Page).

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