Jonah McGuinness, a CSSU Production assistant for Warner Bros Discovery, is reported to have passed away. His death was confirmed on social media by NBA on TNT on Tuesday, December 13, 2022.
A Look at Jonah McGuinness’s Career
Jonah McGuinness started working as a CSSU Production Assistant for Warner Bros Discovery in Feb 2022. He states that he worked closely with NHL on TNT, NBA on TNT, MLB on TBS, March Madness, and USA Soccer.
As recently as Feb 2o22, he worked at NBC Sports as a SMART Tele Operator on Sunday Night Football from Sep 2021 to Feb 2022. He also worked for the station at its Content Command Center Tokyo Olympics in July and Aug 2021.
Before that, Jonah was a Production Assistant/Editor for the US Open under the United States Tennis Association (USTA). He worked as a freelance IP Director and Field Production (shooting).
His career has also seen him work as a freelance Production Assistant for the National Hockey League (NHL). He held the role from Jul 2020 to Oct 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He was responsible for the remote studio for all Zoom, Skype, and specialty interviews. Duties included scheduling studio access, sound mixing, camera operator, and interview distribution.
A Look at Jonah McGuinness’s Education
Jonah went to the William Paterson University of New Jersey for a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media Studies from 2018 to 2020. In 2019, he studied at the Florence Campus, Richmond, and The American International University in London.
Jonah McGuinness’s Death & Cause
Jonah McGuinness’s death was confirmed on Tuesday Dc 13, 2022. He was 25 years old at the time of his death. No cause of death has been revealed at the moment.
Kareemslick tweeted a reply to NBA on TNT, ” My deepest condolences go out to Jonah’s Family, his Friends, and the entire NBA on TNT Family I’m sorry for your loss. May #JonahMcguinness rest in Peace. Keep your Head up #NBAOnTNT #NBAFamily #TNT #NBA My deepest condolences go out to Jonah’s Family, his Friends and the entire NBA on TNT Family I’m sorry for your loss. May #JonahMcguinness rest in Peace. Keep your Head up.”