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SF City Announces 2017 Broadcast Partnership and On-Air Talent

SF City FC is proud to announce its official broadcast partner with JHarrel Productions for the 2017 Season. All home games will be streamed in high definition for the rest of the 2017 home slate including this weekend’s upcoming match with Ventura County Fusion! On the call providing play-by play and analysis is Charles Wollin.

Now in his 3rd season as commentator with SF City, Wollin is a British born Marin native and dual-citizen. Wollin currently serves as the voice of the W.tv’s coverage of soccer broadcasts at the University of San Francisco. He has been calling Division I College Soccer since 2009, including stints at Stanford University and Santa Clara.

Wollin is one of the lead voices of Street Soccer USA and their National Cup campaign program across the United States. In 2015, he became a sideline reporter for Comcast and BAOSN.tv where he covers the high school football and basketball game of the week broadcasts.

In 2014, he travelled to Brazil to cover the FIFA World Cup for the full duration of the tournament. His prior work experience also includes calling matches for the San Jose Earthquakes, National Premier Soccer League, and Tourbeau Sports Network. He has also been a featured pundit and impersonnator on Fox Soccer Channel and Wynalda Talks Football on Sirius XM. Wollin began his career at his alma mater, the University of Arizona, covering men’s basketball for Zona Zoo TV.

In addition to broadcasting, Wollin is a professional impersonator, voiceover artist, activist and is a proud Member of the San Francisco Spikes. You can follow Charles Wollin on Twitter @cwollin.

Jason Harrel is the creator and main broadcast director for JHarrel Design. A native of Portland, Oregon. Jason has had the opportunity to work with many teams throughout his young career. Before switching to live broadcast, Jason spent time as a Media Relations contact for teams such as the Portland Timbers and San Jose Earthquakes. In 2015, Jason decided to take a step back from writing and take a stab at motion graphics and video production. Since then, Jason has hit the ground running running with the Atlanta Silverbacks of the NASL and the Atlanta Blaze of Major League Lacrosse as the main contact for all their digital and video content.

Jason grew up in Portland, Oregon and got his undergrad degree from Western Oregon University. He is wrapping up his master degrees in Motion Graphics and Media Communications and Media Technologies at the Academy of Art in San Francisco.