We are proud to bring to Philadelphia a sports media platform that devotes its efforts to promoting high school and college sports. Philadelphia Sports Digest is Philadelphia’s first high school sports multimedia news platform to go live via the web and social media promoting athletes from the Inter-Academic League, Philadelphia Catholic League and Philadelphia’s City Six Colleges.
How do we stand out from the rest? We are Philadelphia’s source for parents, student-athletes, fans, families and recruiters for information such as standings, schedules, and scores. But more importantly, we are a multi-media platform that highlights and features stories showcasing how student-athletes and coaches forge that team spirit - give you stories that go beyond the playing fields; stories that give these hard-working, dedicated athletes the coverage they deserve.
Our mission at Philadelphia Sports Digest is to provide a positive visual platform for students and student-athletes to share with their community, family, friends, fans, colleges and beyond. We are extremely excited and honored about this opportunity and look forward to many great seasons!
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From cheesesteaks and Tastykakes to Flyers face-off’s, Sixers struggles, to the Phillies World Series and Eagles tailgates, Angelise is your go-to for all things Philly! She began her sports broadcasting career at the age of 8, conducting her own tailgating show entitled, “Live at D5,” in the Wells Fargo Parking lot before each Eagle’s home game. The live show featured guests ranging from NBCSport Philadelphia’s, Michael Barkann, Ray Didinger and Derrick Gunn to ex-Eagles Jeremiah Trotter and Vaughn Hebron.
Angelise completed her B.A. in Journalism from Temple University’s Klein College of Media & Communication, graduating cum laude in three years. She received her Master's Degree in Sport Business from Temple University's School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). Angelise created her own sport media class and is an adjunct professor in STHM, and co-teaches a leadership class in Temple’s Fox School of Business alongside Philadelphia Hall-of-Fame coach, Fran Dunphy.
Previously, she worked as a global reporter for SportTechie.com, interviewing CEO’s and innovators who develop the latest sports technological products from all around the world. Her stories gave insight to the endless possibilities of what lies ahead for all athletes and the sports industry. She also worked as a staff reporter for Temple University’s Fox School of Business. Angelise completed residency work for the Philadelphia Inquirer in their sports department and worked as a producer/videographer and editor covering high school sports and the Reading Fightin Phils for channel 69 News, WFMZ in Reading, PA. Angelise was recognized for her outstanding reporting and video journalism while covering Philadelphia’s Port Richmond section for Temple University’s Philadelphia Neighborhoods. Outside of Philly, Angelise was contracted as a sales representative for the New York Mets where she coordinated and moderated a “Meet the Mets Execs” Q&A forum and networking experience. Angelise’s vast experience and knowledge with web-based media, combined with her passion, vision and love of sports makes her the perfect fit as sports director for Philadelphia Sports Digest.
“I am proud to be Sports Director for Philadelphia Sports Digest. I am eager to provide a platform that will showcase Philadelphia’s finest high school and collegiate athletes and fans to the world.” - Angelise Stuhl
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Angela is an Emmy Nominated award winning broadcast journalist, news director, anchor, reporter and public speaker. Angela served as news director and anchor for Channel 5 News-a Time Warner Affiliate in Reading, PA. Angela built the entire news program from scratch, managing a three million dollar budget, hiring its entire news staff, designing the shows layout and overseeing its daily content. She recognized the importance in developing and maintaining a positive relationship with city and county officials, as well as on the state and federal level. Under her leadership, Channel 5 News won numerous state and local awards and quick became the Nielsen Rated #1 News Program in the Tri-State Area during the 6 p.m. time slot. Seeing the success of Channel 5, Angela was asked to head the Lehigh-Berks-Northampton County News Bureau for NBC 10 in Philadelphia where she reported stories live during the 5, 6 & 11 p.m. evening newscasts increasing their viewership and ratings in these counties. In addition, NBC 10 also assigned Angela to do special live reports from Washington D.C and the Jersey Shore. She has worked as a freelance contributor for Fox 29 in Philadelphia and consults on media projects for suburban school districts. Being a media innovator and seeing web-based news programming as the future has brought Angela to Philadelphia Sports Digest. Her goal is to once again bring a new medium to fruition by highlighting student- athletes and by telling those stories that forge a positive spirit within the community and beyond!
“I am so grateful to once again have the opportunity to help develop and grow a new multi-media platform. To be able to center our focus around student-athletes, their families, and fans, is just such a blessing.”- Angela DelVecchio
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