Rodolfo Roman

 

Rodolfo Roman has written for the Miami Dade College's The Catalyst and Florida International University's The Beacon covering the police beat. While working on his Bachelor's degree in communications and a minor in political science, Roman interned at The Miami Herald, WPLG Local 10 and worked for the Spanish political radio program Impacto on 1550 AM. Soon after his graduation in 2006 from F.I.U., he worked for The Key Biscayne Islander and CBS4 in Miami writing for the top rated 6 p.m. and 11p.m. news program. In the station, he helped produce several segments for the news program and assisted news reporters with stories.

Currently, he is freelancewriter for The Miami Herald neighbor's section covering  Bal Harbour, Sweetwater and El Portal. At the newspaper, his stories included the ousting of a councilman, city elections and a front page story consisting of the robbery of a baby Jesus figurine.
In 2006, he covered the mayoral elections in Managua, Nicaragua for Cadena Azul 1550 AM and El Nuevo Diario de Nicaragua. In the Central American country, he also covered a dispute between the Nicaraguan and United States army regarding military weapons.
With a background in amateur and professional wrestling, he also took on a new task covering the growing sport of mixed martial arts. Right now, Roman writes for the ever popular and most trusted MMA website www.sherdog.com and hosts The Roman Show on blogtalkradio.com/rodolforoman.
His passion for news and politics shines at Coral Gables Television where he currently produces, hosts and reports on community news. Roman has produced award winning programs such as Our City Our Gables, which won a Davey and Empixx award. He also has produced several segments covering political figures like President Barack Obama, former president Bill Clinton, recording artist Pitbull and National Football League player Andre Reed. Following his love for sports, he covered the All-American High School basketball game, Wrestlemania 28 and interviewed the future stars of the sport.
The Miami native's goal is to be a correspondent for a major national television network covering Latin American government issues. He is available for full-time work ready to take your television station to the next level providing concrete viewership.