Jordan Burrows joined WLFI in July of 2018
Jordan Burrows joined WLFI in July of 2018. He graduated from Indiana University with a degree in sports broadcasting and broadcast journalism. His friends call him JB.
Jordan was born in Indianapolis but grew up in Fishers, Indiana. He has a slightly younger twin sister and two older brothers.
While at IU, Jordan was heavily involved with sports and news reporting. He reported on IU basketball for two years and interviewed various coaches and players. He shot, edited and produced his own sports segment for IU News Net and anchored the show. He covered the Bloomington community for two years.
Jordan had the opportunity to work with production for many sports outlets such as BTN, ESPN, and CBS. He also broadcasted volleyball, baseball, and women’s basketball and was involved with the student radio station WIUX, Big Ten Student U, and Indiana University Television.
He has traveled around the country covering IU sports, but his favorite reporting memory was during 2018 Final Four in San Antonio.
Jordan loves philanthropy and was heavily involved with Indiana University Dance Marathon (IUDM) as a member of the marketing committee and the Chair of Promotional Videos. Over his 2 years with IUDM, he raised more than $8,000.
Throughout his college career, Jordan interned at WISH-TV, Barstool Sports, and WZPL.
Outside of the office, Jordan loves to watch stand-up comedy, hit the gym and hang out with friends.
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