Partner/Multi Media DirectorMirones is a eight-time Ohio Valley EMMY® Award winner. Producing, filming, and editing, Mirones brings an insight to your project others only dream about. He has been in the thick of multimedia from championship sporting events, riots, features, and national leading investigations. His most recent credits include Special Projects Producer/Editor for the nationally honored I-TEAM and Multimedia Journalist in Cincinnati, Ohio for Scripps Broadcasting.
He started his career in Findlay, OH as an all around employee who ran audio, camera, produced, wrote, reported and anchored the 10 O'Clock news. From there, Mirones graduated with a B.A. in Communication from Bluffton College [now Bluffton University]. Before he finished his education he started working part time at the ABC affiliate 21Alive in Fort Wayne, IN. There he won his first storytelling award from the Indiana News Photographers Association.
He then went to Knoxville, TN where he met Scott Utterback (another Clifton's Edge partner). Anthony covered Peyton Manning's senior year as quarterback with the Tennessee Volunteers and went to the FedEx Orange Bowl in Miami, FL. The Vol's lost 42-17 to Nebraska.
Later, he followed Utterback to Louisville, KY to work at the NBC affiliate WAVE 3. There he linked up with yet another Clifton's Edge partner, David McArthur. Mirones' exploded on the scene with award after award including two of his seven EMMY® Awards.
Now, Anthony is in Northern Kentucky running our niche Clifton's Edge site called www.trischoolsports.com Trischoolsports is a multimedia site geared towards teens and what activities they participate in and around. This site has generated applause from other professionals and users alike. Trischoolsports.com, after only two months in existence and no funding, sponsored the Grant County High School Inaugural Strongman Competition and the Trischoolsports.com Award for the most powerful athlete in his weight class.
Mirones believes in giving back to his profession. He currently sits on Ohio Valley NATAS as Chapter President and spent two years with the Ohio News Photographers Association as Television Vice President and three years on the Kentucky News Photographers Association board of directors.