TV HOSTING & HOCKEY PLAY-BY-PLAY
Dallas Stars: Head Coach Jim Montgomery Dismissed, Rick Bowness Named Interim Head Coach. December 2019
Dallas Stars (NHL) & Texas Stars (AHL):
Dallas Stars: Interview with Goaltender, Jake Oettinger. March 2021
College Basketball & Minor-League Baseball:
Broadcast, Communications, Voiceover & Design Professional
Currently serving as the television host for the NHL's Dallas Stars on Bally Sports Southwest (formerly FOX Sports), Brien Rea has been an award-winning play-by-play voice, television and radio drive-time host, at the NHL and minor-league levels of professional hockey since 2007. The St. Louis native has worked in three top-25 media markets, and an additional top-40 market, along the way.
His career began as the voice for Lake Forest College hockey in Chicago, before expanding into college basketball, minor-league baseball, and football. Rea has also managed communications departments, community relations, sales, marketing, and graphic design along with his play-by-play and hosting efforts.
Dallas Stars & St. Louis Blues (NHL):
NHL: Hosting & Play-by-Play Clips
COMMUNICATIONS & DESIGN
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INTERVIEWS, VOICEOVER & VIDEO
Denis Gurianov Interview, March 2020
Habitat for Humanity Package, 2017
Eddie Olczyk, NBC Sports. December 2013.
Mike Emrick, NBC Sports. April 2014.
Jay Jacobs, Auburn Athletic Director. December 2013.
Sports Talk Radio
Baseball Discussion. September 2013.
The Post Sports Bar & Grill. 2013
Sports Talk Radio
Sports Update Report. 2006
RESUME & SKILLS
Dallas Stars (NHL)
2018 - Present
Texas Stars (AHL)
2014 - 2018
CBS Sports 920 (WGNU) / InsideSTL.com
2013 - 2014
Denver Cutthroats (CHL)
2012 - 2013
Arizona Sundogs (CHL)
2011 - 2012
Television, Radio & Writing
Play-by-Play, Hosting, AP-Style & Features
Audition, Photoshop, InDesign & Premiere
Office Suite, Publisher & Outlook
Web Content Management Systems
Infinity, Joomla, CarbonHouse & More
Audio Devices & Codecs
Tieline, Comrex, JK Audio & Zercom
Odessa Jackalopes (CHL)
2008 - 2011
Austin Ice Bats (CHL)
2007 - 2008