I am a former sports broadcaster who has relocated his highly praised story-telling skills out of the sports arena and into the real world. I honed those skills for many years working in radio and television as an anchor, reporter, writer, producer and editor in places such as Orlando, Tampa, Charlotte and Atlanta. As a baseball play-by-play announcer, I could accurately describe the action on the field. Where I really excelled, however, was during the down time, weaving tales between pitches over the course of a game and verbally painting colorful pictures in the minds of my radio listeners. Through most of my life, sports were the focus of my story telling. Then, as quickly as one might stem the flow of water with the twist of a spigot, my interest in sports died. My desire to entertain and inform remained, but I now lacked a story-telling platform. So, I returned to school to obtain my masters degree in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University. I hopped aboard the speeding train that is today’s new media technology, gaining fresh story telling tools and learning innovative ways in which to deliver those stories. But, no matter whether I am telling tales of questionable things, which I feel a duty to tell, or relating human interest stories of ordinary people battling great odds, which I delight in telling, it is the act of describing those stories that defines who I am.