A New Look

So after leaving my site looking the exact same for the last three years or so, I decided to change things around. I have to say, I am quite pleased with my new website look. You may wonder why I love to have a picture of New York as my background. In the short time I lived there, I grew to love the city. I really like the way the city looks from above, and it’s just a cool picture.

I like my new logo as well. It’s a more professional representation of me now that I am a working professional, and not a college kid playing video games all day. Ok, so I still play video games, but everyone does. I’m looking at you moms and dads that can’t put down Candy Crush.

I still have my portfolio up and it is accessible here. If you need to contact me, you can do so here. And of course, if you don’t even know who I am and stumbled upon this site by some strange way other than by something I tweeted out, then feel free to learn about me.

I haven’t really updated a ton of things other than the look. I am hopefully going to start posting some more now that I have more time to write. For those who don’t know, the sports radio station I primarily worked with was flipped to another format after Paul Finebaum chose to work for ESPN and we didn’t get the affiliation. There are plenty of things to say, but all I will say is that I learned a lot working for Cox Media Group, but it was time for me to move on anyway, and the sports station going away was just the final nail in the coffin.

So here we sit, at the beginning of the college football season, and so many opportunities lie ahead of me. I’m working on a few things here and there, one of which I will announce soon (although I’m sure you’ve seen me mention it before, or can find clues to it around this site and others I’ve worked with). I’ve been busy during the month of August and hopefully a lot of good and cool things will come out of it. However, this site will start to become home to my writing as I look to get back into what I originally studied to do in college, and that is sports journalism. I had many great opportunities to put my skills to work with The Midnight Meltdown, The 4th Quarter, and our high school football coverage. Now that those no longer exist, I don’t want to stop, so I won’t.

Stay tuned to this site for good content, and great discussions about the latest in sports and entertainment. I look forward to the adventures ahead.

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Jon Lunceford is a sports media broadcaster and digital professional. Jon is a graduate of the University of Alabama school of journalism, and played football at Birmingham-Southern College. He has also won two AHSAA Football State Championships while at Homewood High School and was a two-time World Cyber Games Team USA representative. He currently hosts Primetime on WJOX 94.5 and runs the high school athletics site JoxPreps.