Jeremy Curtis has reported and written news, entertainment and sports since 2007. His work has appeared in The Burbank Leader (Los Angeles Times subsidiary), The Dominion Post (W.Va.), the Mineral Daily News-Tribune (W.Va.), Yahoo! Sports and then-ESPN.com affiliate, EerSports.com.
Jeremy has publicized film, television, music and performing arts professionals from 17 countries spanning five continents.
Working in entertainment immigration for D’Alessio Law Group (Los Angeles), Jeremy wrote cases that maintained a 100 percent approval rating from USCIS, and acquired visas for international artists of extraordinary ability and achievement.
His film business experience included stints in creative development at Aldamisa Entertainment (“Chef”) and Trancas International Films (“Halloween”). In 2012, Jeremy helped produce a political documentary short that screened with a feature documentary at a 20-year anniversary event for the LA Riots.
Jeremy covered West Virginia University football and men’s basketball including WVU’s run to the Final Four in the 2010 NCAA tournament. He reported breaking news of Bruce Irvin’s National Letter of Intent signing to play for WVU. Irvin was later selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft (15th overall) by the Seattle Seahawks, who he helped win Super Bowl XLVIII.
In three years, Jeremy received a Bachelor of Science degree and attended the Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism at WVU. His academic career also includes business, legal and sociology studies.
“Jeremy is one of the hardest working reporters I have encountered. He is also a talented writer. His stories were always insightful and well-reported, in addition to being interesting and well written.” – Cathy Bonnstetter, former WVU Adjunct Lecturer.
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