College of Communication
Sports Media

Butler's current College of Communication and former Jordan College of Fine Arts has produced and continues to produce many graduates that work in sports media. Here are just a few:

  • Celeste Ballou, Indiana Pacers-Mobile Marketing Manager
  • Brad Beery, Indianapolis Colts-Sponsorship Sales Manager
  • Becca Bornhorst, GRand Solutions Sports-Public Relations
  • Rob Bromley, WKYT-TV-Sports Director
  • Dave Calabro, WTHR-TV-Sports Director
  • Kevin Calabro, ESPN/PAC-12-Network Announcer
  • Joe Dits, South Bend Tribune-Adventure Sports Columnist
  • Brandon Gaudin, Voice of Georgia Tech Athletics
  • Joe Gentry, Butler Athletics-Director of Corporate Sponsorship and Manager of TV and Radio
  • Chris Goff, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette-Sports Reporter
  • Brian Hammons, Golf Channel-Studio Host
  • Will Haskett, Freelance Sports Talent-PGA Tour and Turner Sports
  • Barry Hohlfelder, NBC Universal-Retired
  • Dan Huber, Indianapolis Motor Speedway-Producer
  • Dave Juday, ESPN Radio Chicago
  • Damon Lewis, Towson University Athletics-Director of New Media
  • Larry Linde, Indy Eleven-Director of Corporate Partnerships and Broadcasting
  • Larry Mago, FoxSports Midwest-Excecutive Producer
  • Jacob Matthews, WebStream Sports-Junior Producer
  • Lance McAlister, ESPN Radio 1530 Cincinnati-On-Air Host
  • Mark Minner, Voice of Butler Athletics
  • John Minko, WFAN-NY and Voice of St. John's Athletics
  • Josh Rattray, North Carolina State University-Director of Athletics Communications
  • Matt Scott, Indiana Pacers-Coordinating Producer
  • John Servizzi, WebStream Sports-Chief Executive Office
  • Christopher Taylor, NBC Sports-Associate Producer of Motorsports
  • Andy Wagner, University of Louisville Athletics-Director of Football Operations
  • Greg Weitekamp, WebStream Sports-President and Partner