Who is Mario Solis ?
Detailed Mario Solis Biography
What Mario Solis Age?
Who’re Mario Solis Family Members?
Who’re Mario Solis Children?
Who’s Mario Solis Wife/ Husband?
What Mario Solis Net Worth 2020?
Mario Solis Social Media Accounts
Mario Solis Biography
Mario Solis is an American journalist working as a weekend sports anchor and weekly sports reporter. He is a Los Angeles native. Mario attended the University of Southern California and earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Mario Solis Age
Information about his age will be updated soon.
Mario Solis Wife
Information about his marital life will be updated soon.
Mario Solis Career | Mario Solis NBC 4 News
Solis has over two many years of games broadcasting knowledge. He has secured almost every major game, including the Olympic Games and the World Cup.
Notwithstanding his obligations as games grapple and correspondent at NBC4, Solis is likewise perceived as the Spanish-language broadcaster for HBO’s “Big showdown Boxing” and play-by-play host for the Los Angeles Rams on ESPN Radio 1330 AM.
Preceding joining NBC4, Solis filled in as a sportscaster for the Telemundo Network and its possessed Southern California station KVEA 52.
He additionally was an official maker and host on a few system and nearby projects, including “Marcador Final,” which turned into the longest running and most noteworthy evaluated sports wrap-up show in Los Angeles.
Solis started his telecom vocation at KCBS in Los Angeles, where he quickly chipped away at the task work area and filled in as a field maker, before moving to NBC4 to turn into an article colleague.
It didn’t take some time before Univision spotted Solis and sought after him to join their organization as a system news sports grapple. Solis later came back to Telemundo until he joined NBC4 in his present job.
During his profession, Solis has fronted various games related radio shows and has gotten the amplifier for endless national and worldwide games. He has been a Lakers exceptional journalist on TWC, sideline columnist for NBC’s Arena Football, the play-by-play commentator for Fox’s NFL Sunday-Latin America, Major League Soccer on Telemundo, have/expert for Major League Baseball broadcasts on KVEA and the pass up blow broadcaster for boxing broadcasts on HBO, HBO PPV, Showtime, Fox Sports and FS1.
Solis has gotten various honors for his work and for his endeavors as a feature of a games broadcasting group, including a few neighborhoods, Golden Mikes and a territorial Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Sports Reporting.
He was likewise respected by the National Hispanic Media Coalition for perfection in communicate news coverage. What’s more, he stays dynamic in the Los Angeles-territory network.
Mario Solis Facebook
CLICK HERE to visit his Facebook page.
Valorie Kondos Field feature on NBC with Mario Solis
Article by Mario Solis
Glum Lakers Fans Were Protesting at Staples Center, Then Clipper Darrell Showed Up
Los Angeles Lakers fans organized a protest Friday as the storied basketball franchise tries to quickly rebound in their head coaching search after failing to land Tyronn Lue.
Fans dressed in team colors, some carrying signs, were part of the small, but vocal, protest outside Staples Center in the shadows of the statues of Lakers greats Elgin Baylor, Shaquille O’Neal, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Jerry West, and legendary broadcaster Chick Hearn. Six looming reminders of the 16-time NBA champions’ glorious past.
Heavy on the minds of fans was this season’s 37-45 record and six-season postseason drought.
“Two messages. One is, we love you and still support you. Two is that we need a new front office,” said fan Aaron Jimenez.
And, as if the gunmetal sky and light rain weren’t enough to dampen the mood, Clipper Darrell showed up in his Clippers jacket and hat.
“Jerry West is here baby, he’s going to be a Clipper for life,” said Clipper Darrell, making sure to mention the Clippers exec. “I just want to thank Jerry West from the bottom of my heart.
“I can’t believe how the tables have turned in LA.”
The Lakers have missed the playoffs six straight seasons. The playoff drought was expected to end this season but injuries to LeBron James, Lonzo Ball, and Brandon Ingram, as well as internal discord, resulted in a 37-45 record. Magic Johnson resigned as president of basketball operations prior to the final regular-season game on April 9.
So, after the team failed to reach an agreement with former Cavs coach Lue, where do the Lakers go from here?
“It’s a combination of showing my support for the Lakers and Jeanie (Buss) and also showing my frustration,” said fan Owen Odigie. “I think all our problems are solvable. We just need to stop making so many missteps. All we need to do is get our act together.”
A person familiar with the search told The Associated Press former Indiana and Orlando coach Frank Vogel was in town to be interviewed for the opening. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Thursday because the person wasn’t at liberty to publicly discuss negotiations.
Vogel flew to Los Angeles on Thursday.
The 45-year old Vogel has worked for the organization before as an advance scout during the 2005-06 season. He did not coach last season following two years with the Orlando Magic. Vogel went to Orlando following five-plus seasons leading the Pacers, including two trips to the Eastern Conference finals in 2013 and ’14. The Pacers lost both years to LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
Vogel is the fifth candidate known to have interviewed for the opening since the Lakers dismissed Luke Walton on April 12. Los Angeles was thought to be on the verge of hiring Lue this week before talks broke down. They have also considered Monty Williams, who was hired by the Phoenix Suns, Juwan Howard and Jason Kidd.
Besides interviewing with owner Jeanie Buss and general manager Rob Pelinka, Vogel is expected to meet with co-owners Jesse Buss (director of scouting) and Joey Buss (president of the Lakers’ G-League team) as well as senior adviser Kurt Rambis, chief operating officer Tim Harris and director of special projects Linda Rambis.
Former Memphis Grizzlies coach J.B. Bickerstaff also is in the interview mix, according to the Los Angeles Times. He was set to meet Friday with team management in El Segundo, the Times reported, citing several people who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.