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Meet the Team

Philip Rossman-Reich,Site expert

Philip Rossman-Reich is the site expert for Orlando Magic Daily and host of Locked On Magic. He also has contributed to The Step Back and Lake the Posts.

Omar Cabrera,Contributor

Spencer R. Henderson,Contributor

I'm a honor graduate of broadcast journalism from Florida A&M University's School of Journalism and Graphic Communication. I currently own a documentary film production company and have produced two movies since 2013.

Timothy Briggs,Contributor

Tim Briggs is a graduate of the University of Central Florida and has previously worked for The Villages Daily Sun, Port Orange Observer, and Orlando Sentinel.

Jacob Warfle,Contributor

Born and raised in Michigan. Currently reside in Florida with my lovely wife, who is a better basketball player than I am. Contributor for PistonPowered and Orlando Magic Daily.

Neal Fisher,Contributor

Neal Fisher was born in Detroit, Michigan. The journalism and sports bug were caught by Neal at the age of six-every form of journalism and sports. Over the last 30 years, Neal has covered sports and news through print. Current coverage includes Wekiva and Apopka High Schools along with three annual local festivals for the Apopka Chief newspaper. Covering eight team and seven individual state (Florida) champions as well as the 2017 Florida Press Association award for best story/picture combination top the list of highlights. Delivering news and coverage of sports using the broadcasting medium has always been the vision Neal has had for his life though. In order to achieve the vision, Neal enrolled in the Full Sail/Dan Patrick School of Broadcasting. Neal’s expected graduation date is June 2021. The specific vision is pursuing a career which combines on-air talent for game broadcasts, show host as well as using video and digital platforms to produce stories. On-air talent for Wekiva Mustangs’ (Apopka, Florida) football and basketball games consists of Mark Bartschi and Neal. Full Sail also has a partnership with Rollins College to broadcast games, which Neal participated in during the 2019-2020 academic college year. Neal was selected to join the Oak Park (the suburb of Detroit Neal lived in) Bantam (hockey) and Little League All-Star programs at the age of eight. Defenseman and middle infielder were home to Neal. Two years later, a scholarship to attend and play for the first of two boarding schools was offered. Both schools were known for producing hockey and baseball players along with high academic standards. During those 12 years, Neal spent about 300 days per year on the road (away from home). Neal earned all-star honors each season for the league the school was a member of. A bachelor’s degree in History and minors in Russian as well as Jewish Studies from the University of Central Florida were then earned with a grade point average of 3.4. Neal has resided in Central Florida since 1990

Jean Racine,Contributor

Sports journalist from Orlando, Florida. Former UCF football and basketball beat reporter for Florida Today.

Joshua Mayer,Contributor

Current contributor to Orlando Magic Daily. Formerly of Call to the Pen

Aditya Mannur,Contributor

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