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Cam Rogers Voted Student Commencement Speaker

Cameron Rogers

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (May 1) – Philip Merrill College of Journalism senior Cam Rogers has been elected by the senior class as student commencement speaker. “I am truly honored the Class of 2017 has chosen me to be their speaker,” said Rogers.  “I look forward to addressing how successful my fellow classmates are and will continue to be.”

Rogers has had a busy four years as a student at Maryland. He’s been featured on networks such as ESPN, NFL Network ESPNU, FNTSY Sports Radio Network, NESN, Big 12 Digital Network, and CampusInsiders.com and nominated for an Emmy. He has covered a wide range of sports like football, golf, lacrosse, and baseball.

 

Rogers’ entry into the broadcast field was in early high school, when he auditioned and earned a host position on an Emmy-nominated sports show on New England Sports Network.

Rogers was recently invited to attend the KIIS FM Jingle Ball Concert by the iHeartMedia west coast market president. There, he was able to shadow the entire broadcast operation, network with executives and meet Ryan Seacrest. In March, Rogers hosted coverage on the Orange Carpet at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards.

Rogers is the current host of “The Cam Rogers Show” on ESPN Radio NH, ESPNnhradio.com and the ESPN Radio app, and covers a wide range of topics centered around golf and football.

Merrill College’s Commencement exercise is on Saturday, May 20 at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel on campus.

Merrill Junior Cam Rogers is Campus Insiders’ CFB Football Guest Reporter Winner

Campus Insiders announces Merrill College junior Cam Rogers is going to Arizona to cover the NCAA FBS Championship game.

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Campus Insiders Digital Network announced this weekend that Merrill College junior journalism major Cameron Rogers will be their guest reporter at the NCAA football championship game in Arizona Monday.

Rogers mounted an amazing Twitter campaign to help win the Guest Reporter position – he was even able to get Merrill alumna and TV Host Giuliana Rancic and TV personality Ryan Seacrest to support him:

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Campus Insiders said at the time that their Guest Reporter competition took months to complete – and was a difficult decision given all the great entrants. The digital sports network used a fun – and elaborate scheme with hostess Shae Peppler – to surprise Rogers with the good news.

Watch the WMUR-TV 9 report about Cam:

 


About Campus Insiders

From Facebook/LinkedIn: Campus Insiders is a college sports digital network that takes you deep inside college sports with game highlights, interviews and a behind the scenes perspective of the trending stories of the day from top college analysts, former coaches and special contributors. The Campus Insiders mission is to feed the insatiable appetite of loyal college sports fans with real-time and digital content delivered through the authentic voice of those closest to the action.

Merrill College alumna and sports journalist Bonnie Bernstein is the vice president, content & brand development/on-air host at Campus Insiders.

About Cam Rogers

From LinkedIn: Cam Rogers is a Junior at the University of Maryland and an aspiring broadcast personality. His start in the broadcast field began in early high school, when he hosted an Emmy nominated Kids Sports show on the New England Sports Network (NESN). He soon began his own ESPN Radio show, “The Cam Rogers Show,”​ which still airs every Saturday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on ESPN Radio NH, ESPNnhradio.com and the ESPN Radio app. Cam has hosted esteemed guests such as ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, NFL Network’s Scott Hanson, Fox Sports’​ Molly McGrath and NFL Network and Fox Sports’​ Charles Davis (see samples below). He has attended PGA TOUR events Travelers Championship and Arnold Palmer Invitational as a media member. He was also invited to attend the PGA TOUR’s Deutsche Bank Championship media day in 2015.

Cam is a two-time winner of the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters Scholarship (2013, 2015) and the 2015 winner of the University of Maryland’s Ron Menchine Broadcast Journalism Scholarship. At Maryland, Cam is a contributor for ESPNU Campus Connection and a play-by-play broadcaster/radio host for the campus station, WMUC.