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Liam Nee

About Liam

Liam Nee is a recent graduate of the University of Maine (Orono, ME) where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science and ran seven seasons of Division I track and field as a walk-on mid-distance runner. He is a former OutPost and Digital intern at PBS/WGBH's FRONTLINE.

During school, Liam wrote over 140 print articles for his university's student-run newspaper, The Maine Campus, covering news, sports and campus politics. He also produced over 125 radio episodes for his university's student-run radio station, 91.9 WMEB-FM, hosting/co-hosting five of the Greater Bangor Area's most popular shows. Through WMEB's sports department (WMEB Sports), Liam collaborated in the coverage of over 28 live broadcasts ranging between 11 different sports by providing play-by-play and color commentary. His senior capstone project, 'Bangor 2020', consisted of a partnership between his Digital Journalism class and the Bangor Daily News to put forth a plan to improve the city of Bangor's livability and future sustainability in an editorial way. Liam has also contributed for MileSplit and interned with Faster Than Forty and UMaine's 'M' Club.

While on campus, Liam also co-founded the university's first on campus media alliance board, Black Bear Media Association, served as Vice President of two dormitory governing boards and was inducted into the National Communication Association's official honor society,  Lambda Pi Eta. Off campus, he chaperoned, educated and mentored several hundred high school juniors each spring for five years as a head counselor at American Legion Dirigo Boys State.

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During high school, Liam established his early production skills at TV-2 Public Access Television, a community station operated by his high school. He founded TV-2's first regular program, 'Sports Central', and also provided commentating and public addressing for girl's and boy's basketball. In 2009, Liam was First Assistant Director for Project AWARE's public awareness film 'Influenced'.

Liam is a Boston sports fan and he gladly realizes how spoiled he’s been for the past decade. He enjoys listening to any genre of electronic music, along with Top 40, and his favorite film is Steven Spielberg’s 'Hook.' In his spare time, Liam likes to play FIFA or go golfing with friends. Fun fact: Liam’s YouTube channel is home to a viral video with over 600K hits.