Jason Benetti

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Jason Benetti (JD ’11) profiled on job as White Sox’s new broadcaster

Jason Benetti (JD ’11) is profiled about his job as the Chicago White Sox’s new broadcaster in the article, “MLB: White Sox’s new broadcaster manages cerebral palsy,” published originally by The Associated Press on Savannah Morning News Online on May 29, 2016.

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Jason Benetti (JD ’11) featured in SEN article about his position as a play-by-play announcer for the Chicago White Sox

Wake Forest Law alumnus Jason Benetti (JD ’11) was featured in the following story, “Jason Benetti makes broadcasting history,” originally published on SEN on April 5, 2016.

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Jason Benetti (JD ’11) tells Ballpark Digest joining Chicago White Sox broadcast team is bizarre, wonderful

Jason Benetti (JD ’11) was interviewed by Ballpark Digest on his new position on the Chicago White Sox broadcast team in the following post. Read the original interview here.

 

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Jason Benetti (JD ’11) featured in an article about his job as a White Sox announcer

Jason Benetti (JD’11) was featured in an article by the Desplaines Valley News website about his life and his new position as the White Sox play-by-play announcer. The original article is as follows:  Continue reading »

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White Sox TV team welcomes Jason Benetti (JD ’11) to crew

Jason Benetti (JD ’11) is featured in the following MLB story by Scott Merkin about Benetti being named the newest TV announcer for the Chicago White Sox. The original story follows. An earlier story about Benetti appeared in The Jurist here.

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Jason Benetti (’11) overcomes cerebral palsy to fulfill childhood dream

You need not see High Point University basketball to experience it - only the voice of Jason Benetti (’11). Continue reading »

Jason Benetti (’11) Is Voice of Hope in Face of Cerebral Palsy

The voice is polished and professional, seamless and smooth. So much so that you might never imagine the person behind it.

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