Thursday, August 15, 2013
Q-13 Sports Director Aaron Levine
However, before he got the Seattle gig, Levine flirted with fame as a contestant on the reality show, Dream Job. It was a show where the winner was awarded a one year contract as an ESPN anchor. Levine, who had taken a quarter off from Stanford so he could fly back and forth from San Francisco to New York, finished second. He is now happy that he did not get the ESPN job, figuring his lack of experience would have stunted his growth in the field. He spent the next couple of years working at a station in Bakersfield before getting the job at Q-13 in 2007 at the age of 25.
Levine is now the sports director at Q-13. A native of Calabasas, CA, his favorite hobby is golf.