Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Daniela Rodriguez of Houston, Texas Wins ESPN Deportes' DREAM JOB: EL REPORTERO
After being selected in Dallas as the only female finalist in the competition, Rodriguez stood out from the seven contestants with her broadcasting skills, personality, camera presence and her general knowledge of soccer. Throughout the competition, Rodriguez and the finalists competed in a series of on-air tasks such as anchoring a studio show, acting as a reporter, conducting interviews and participating in numerous debates. During the final show, Rodriguez competed head-to-head with Dhaniel Sanchez selected in Los Angeles and Rafael Luna selected in San Diego, proving to the judges that she has what it takes to become an ESPN Deportes reporter. In addition to becoming an ESPN Deportes reporter, Rodriguez won a brand new 2010 Ford Fusion Sports car.
"This year we saw a lot of talent during the casting tour," said Christian Calcagno, coordinating producer, ESPN Deportes, ESPN International. "Our seven finalists' vast knowledge, skills and competitive attitude showed us how passionate fans are about soccer, but we felt Daniela would do a fantastic job of representing ESPN Deportes through her enthusiastic reporting and passion for this game."
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