Who We Are: The ETSN.fm Staff
Hey! Welcome to our little corner of ETSN.fm. We’re a group of folks who love East Texas and following local sports. Have suggestions/comments/questions for us? We want to hear them. Send us an email anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clint, the tallest of the bunch (if he’s wearing his heels that day; that’s him on the left), has spent more than 11 years covering sports in East Texas. Some of Clint’s favorite moments include seeing superstar Adrian Peterson at Palestine High School, watching a historic 2005 playoff baseball series between Lindale and Carthage and covering Henderson and Chapel Hill’s state championship wins in 2010 and 2011. And we can’t leave out the fact that Clint will eat more and faster than Joey Chesnut, any day. Clint just hasn’t gotten his chance yet. Follow Clint on Twitter @clintbuckley or send him an email at email@example.com.
Chase (you can guess which one is him) is the managing editor for Townsquare Media-Tyler, which, in addition to ETSN.fm, also owns radio stations 101.5 KNUE, Mix 93.1, 96X The Rock of East Texas, Hot 107.3 Jamz and 1240 The Beat. Chase has covered high school sports in East Texas since he was 15 years old, and has spent he last 11 years working with some of the best names in the business to build up to this point with ETSN.fm. More often than not, you’ll find Chase arguing with someone about the appropriateness of using barbecue sauce. (Hint: It’s not appropriate). Follow Chase on Twitter at @chasecolston or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike is the newcomer to the ETSN.fm team, and he marks our first non-founding member to join this little club. Mike is a Dallas native and a graduate of Highland Park High School. He has a state championship ring from the Scots’ title win in 2005 over Marshall, which he earned before heading to college at Texas Tech. Mike spent the last three years covering Texas Tech sports for Rivals.com before joining ETSN. Follow Mike on Twitter at @Mike_ETSN or send him an email at email@example.com.
We’re being perfectly honest: That’s really what Chris looks like. After using that camera year after year, it somehow just became attached to his face. That’s how you’ll always find him when he’s out photographing games, features and anything else we have going on at ETSN.fm. Chris works the magic, and almost every photo you’ll find on this site, Chris took. He’s a Louisiana native, but he’s been in Texas long enough to be considered one-eighth Texan by now. Are you interested in shooting games for us? Give Chris a shout. Follow Chris on Twitter at @chrisvinn or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.