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Dylan Huberman

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Dylan Huberman is a Centre County Report student, a contributor for CommRadio, where he formerly served as the co-host of several talk shows, including the NFL talk show “The Point After” with Tyler King, and “Empire State College” with Charles Hart, and also makes regular appearances for PSNtv’s “Penn State Sports Night.” Nicknamed “Hot-take Huberman” by CommRadio alum George Stockburger, Dylan is known for his fiery, outside-the-box style of sports analysis. Outside of Penn State, Dylan has worked as a desk assistant for ABC News out of their Los Angeles Bureau, as well as an intern in the sports department with KABC-TV Los Angeles, and is an editorial writer for Clutchpoints, covering the NBA and NFL. One day, Dylan hopes to make it onto television as a sports analyst or play-by-play announcer, but is very interested in sports radio and editorial writing as well. Follow him on Twitter @dylanhuberman or email him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Charles Hart

Freshman /

Charles Hart is a freshman from Long Island, New York, majoring in print journalism with a minor in political science and sociology. As a member of ComRadio, Charles serves as a writer and co-hosts the New York sports talk show Empire State College. Charles has written stories for the Penn State football and basketball teams. During the summer of 2015, Charles shadowed the crew at iHeartRadio in New York City. Eventually, Charles will pursue a career covering a professional sports team in the NBA, NFL or MLB. To contact Charles, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Jordan Kalfon

Freshman / Journalism

Jordan Kalfon is a freshman from Herndon, Virginia majoring in Broadcast Journalism. Jordan serves as a contributor on various sports podcasts including “The Day Late Tailgate” on a weekly basis. He also serves a reporter in the news department as well as an anchor and analyst with Penn State Sports night. Jordan aspires to be a play-by-play broadcaster, beat reporter, or sideline reporter.  You can contact him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).