Sam Dunn

Brooklyn, NY USA

Professional Experience

New York-based columnist, copywriter, editor, performer, and multimedia specialist. I also do funny voices. Specializing in entertainment and sports, I have written copy, features, criticism, and satire for a wide variety of audiences ranging from from adolescents to academics. I have written for multiple podcast projects, and have deep voiceover/anchorman experience in startup, nonprofit, and corporate environments. Lifelong background in theater and comedy in the Boston, MA and New York scenes.


Content Editor (online)
2 Years
4 Years
6 Years


8 Years
Sports & Recreation
8 Years
8 Years


Broadcasting - Ent - Radio (Local)
4 Years
Online/new media
4 Years
10 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

6 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

SB Nation (10+), BuzzFeed (6-10)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Hippodrome State Theater (10+), Vox Media, Inc. (10+), Fox News Radio (3-5)

Other Work History

Anchor for news and commentary vlog. Clips available on request.

Technical Skills

Audio editing/mastering: Audacity, Ableton, etc.

Foreign Language Skills

Written and conversational Spanish competency

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office and Adobe SP4 mastery


Industry-quality audio recording equipment Large arsenal of stringed instruments


Jeremiah Oshan -- Managing Editor for SB Nation -- Romy Oltuski -- Features Editor, Harper's Bazaar -- Michael Terry -- Contributor at Vice & Grantland -- Rafael Noboa y Rivera -- Contributor at The Guardian; sports editor, tech blogger -- Matt McLean -- Freelance videographer & editor, frequently at ESPN --


Numerous public speaking commendations and competitive championships. Full list available on request.


I Want the Truth

Using the Longfellow translation of Dante's Inferno, we look back on the previous week in football and construct the worst-possible fantasy team consisting only of highly-valued, highly-projected players. Abandon all hope... but do it in meter!
Major League Soccer's amateur draft isn't terribly super, but the four fan bases in attendance didn't let that stop them from making a show out of marking their territory. This is a story about purple unicorns, Beer Diplomacy, and the legend of Eric Shertz.

Gimme Fiction

In the summer of 2014, the wife of crazy old racist Donald Sterling took him to court in order to force the sale of his L.A. Clippers. We weren't in the courtroom that day, but this what happened. Probably.