Athanasios Armenis

Boston, MA

Athanasios Armenis is a 22-year-old multimedia journalist & graduate of Suffolk University, with a Bachelor's of Science in Journalism. He excels in the study of Broadcast and Print Journalism and was a part of the University's TV Studio Production team. Athanasios has worked as a writer, reporter, producer, anchor & director of the live-to-tape newscasts with Suffolk University, demonstrating skills under deadline & performance pressures. As an intern in the Studio of MMTV, he managed studio duties, control room operations and organized tapes in the library. In addition, he participated in retired Boston Globe journalist, Bruce Butterfield's Journalism Practicum in his senior year at Suffolk University, where he worked on a team that determined which stories were newsworthy and once again completed multiple assignments under deadlines. Additionally, Athanasios published articles for the print newspaper publication of "The Suffolk Journal" that is distributed throughout Suffolk University and surrounding Beacon Hill areas. Athanasios also writes for his own blog "The Hurry-Up Offense," where he gathers statistics to form in-depth articles that cover all major professional sports leagues. He has a niche for hard news and a strong passion for sports news. Read his articles on his official blog website

(Photo Location): TV Broadcast Booth, Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI

  • Education
    • Suffolk University, Class of 2012