|Updated: 11/07/2013 12:00 pm
||Published: 3/22/2012 2:42 pm
| Jeff Brucculeri has over 30 years experience as a radio and television broadcaster. He has hosted his own talk show on radio and television, has been a sports play-by-play broadcaster, and a traffic reporter for several radio stations and television stations. Jeff was the first traffic anchor for FOX23 News Daybreak from the time the show went on the air in April 2006 until May 2008. |
Jeff is a freelance broadcaster, writer, and P.R. consultant. He has even spent time traveling with the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, as the team’s public address announcer.
Jeff is a native of Jamestown, New York, the birthplace and hometown of Lucille Ball. In 1981, while still in high school, Jeff began working as a part-time volunteer D.J. at the Jamestown Community College radio station. He got his first paying job in radio at WKSN-Jamestown, in May 1982, one month before graduating from high school. After high school, Jeff graduated from Jamestown Community College and then transferred to Oral Roberts University. After graduating from ORU in 1986, Jeff returned to his home town and went to work for WJTN. He moved back to Tulsa in 1988 and had radio stops at KRMG, KTRT (Oklahoma Radio Network - 5 stations), KBIX, and worked for the six Clear Channel stations from March 1999 to May 2008.
Jeff's radio and television duties over the years have included doing the play-by-play for several local sports teams, including the Tulsa Oilers hockey (radio/TV), Tulsa Talons arena football (TV), Tulsa 66ers (NBA D-League) basketball (radio), ORU basketball & baseball (radio), and high school football (radio/TV).
Jeff enjoys spending time with his wife and grown kids, traveling, and playing his trumpet. Jeff plays trumpet professionally in churches all over the U.S. and is a member of the ORU Pep Band.
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