Jonah Mcguinness’s death at an early age has devastated the entire N.B.A. on T.N.T. family.
Jonah Mcguinness had been working as a Production Assistant in Warner Bros. Discovery since February 2022. He worked closely with N.H.L. on T.N.T., N.B.A. on T.N.T., MLB on T.B.S., March Madness, and U.S.A. Soccer.
Mcguinness worked as a Package Replay and Live Operator at SportsMEDIA Technology Corporation.
He was responsible for creating data-driven analysis packages for use during and after games. At every game, he coordinated with the home broadcaster to ensure the equipment and truck received the proper signal. Additionally, he was in charge of adding player tags with data during a live production.
Jonah Mcguinness T.N.T. Death Cause: How Did He Die?
On Tuesday, December 13, 2022, a young “N.B.A. On T.N.T.” production assistant named Jonah McGuinness passed away at 25, according to an online obituary. His cause of death, however, was not made public.
After Joe’s passing was reported on social media, heartfelt tributes and condolences poured in. He will be sorely missed.
Joe attended William Paterson University in New Jersey; he is an Atlanta, Georgia, native. He kept an eye on broadcast content from OBS, N.B.C., and other sources in Tokyo.
Jonah Mcguinness Family: Where Was He From?
Jonah Mcguinness was born to his parents in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. His family details have not been revealed yet.
His parents and family are currently mourning his death. However, they haven’t revealed his death cause.
Kareem Slick, the Actor, and host, paid his tribute to Jonah on his Twitter account.
In a Twitter post, he expressed his sincere condolences to Jonah’s friends, family, and the entire N.B.A. on T.N.T. family. He felt terrible for their suffering. He prayed as well for Jonah McGinness to find eternal peace.
Jonah Mcguinness Career Details Explored
Jonah Mcguinness completed his Bachelor’s degree in Communication and media studies from William Paterson University of New Jersey in 2020. He also studied at Richmond, The American International University in London, in 2019.
In August 2016, Jonah worked as a Production Assistant Intern at N.B.C. Sports Group. He worked as an intern for the 2016 Summer Olympics, Swimming Venue.
From May 2017 to June 2018, Jonah worked as a Stage Manager at N.B.C. Sports Group as a Freelancer. He worked alongside John McEnroe, Mary Carillo, and Ted Robinson and was responsible for booth set-up, lights, promotional copy, and match notes.
He then worked as a Production Assistant in 2018 at the same Company for the 2019 Audi Women’s Ski World Cup by assisting the production team in all production aspects.
Jonah worked as a subclipper in Stamford from September 2018 to March 2020. His responsibility was to Log/ Subclip English Premier League, N.H.L., N.F.L., and NCAA Football.
He provided play-by-play of the games, pre/post-match interviews, and press conferences, categorized highlights from the game, and melted them into designated folders. He also provided research for Football Night in America.
In July 2020, Jonah worked as a freelancer and production assistant in National Hockey League (N.H.L.), located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He was responsible for the remote studio for all Zoom, Skype, and specialty interviews. His duties included scheduling studio access, sound mixing, camera operator, and interview distribution.
He provided research and assisted the producer on the “Quest for the Stanley Cup” docu-series. He also edited practice and game videos, sub-clipping, and media managing.