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broadcaster , writer

Dean Michael Jackson, American broadcaster, writer.


Jackson, Dean Michael was born on August 13, 1968 in Auburn, Indiana, United States. Son of Robert Lloyd and Mary Jean (Dickerhoof) Jackson.


Bachelor in Communications, Huntington College, Indiana, 1991. Postgraduate, Purdue University.


Freelance writer, Harlan, Indiana, since 1985. Utility announcer WBCL Radio, Fort Wayne, 1989-1991. Staff reporter Evening-Star, Auburn, 1992-1993.

Play-by play sportscaster WAYT-AM/WWIP-FM, Wabash, 1992-1994. Sports clerk Journal-Gazette, Fort Wayne, 1992-1994. Play-by-play sportscaster/on-air announcer WIFF AM/FM television, Auburn, 1994-1995.

Public address announcer Fort Wayne Wizards Baseball, 1996. Play-by-play sportscaster WLNB Radio, Ligonier, Indiana, 1996-1997. Contributing writer Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Sports Spectrum Magazine, Kansas City, Missouri, since 1996.

On-air announcer WLAB Radio, Fort Wayne, 1997-1998. Contributing writer Angola (Indiana) Herald-Republican, since 1998. Correspondent Times-Union, Warsaw, since 2000.

News and sports director Travis Broadcasting, LLC (WGL-AM, WCKZ-FM, WYLT, WXTW-FM, WNHT-FM), Fort Wayne, since 2001. Play-by-play announcer Taylor University, Huntington College, since 2000. Contributor Associated Press, Entertainment and Sports Programming Network Radio, Sporting News Radio, Network Indiana.

Play-by-play Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne, since 2002, Fort Wayne Freedom Football, since 2003.


  • Other Interests

    Computers, speaking, reading, documentaries, writing.


Robert Lloyd Jackson

Mary Jean (Dickerhoof) Jackson