Nick Mantas Biography
Even though he left working for the media station that made him famous, his fans know that wherever he goes, he turns on the light. Nick Mantas worked as a weekend sports anchor and reporter for WLNS. His heart is close to the world of sports. He still continues to follow up with sports leagues on his Instagram as he awaits his next adventure. More than a tv personality, he is a digital video editor and a voice-over actor. He has worked for KTXS-TV and as a replay operator for PAC-12 Network.
Nick is a Brookline native born on 16th September 1989. He is an American nationality and identifies as Latin American. The journalist is also in a relationship with Jinitzail Hernandez who is also a journalist.
He had a passion for sports as he was growing up. Nick was an avid fan of the Celtics, Patriots, Bruins, and Red Sox. His passion was evident in Brookline High School where he played both football and lacrosse. Although he loved sports, Nick found himself at the University of Arizona doing a degree in strength and conditioning coaching. In his senior year, he interned at the Wildcats basket and football team as a strength and conditioning coach. After graduating, he joined the University of San Francisco as an intern for a year.
While in San Francisco the sports bug hit him again after he work as a replay operator and studio camera. Nick soon, realized that he loved doing sports television. He applied to do a master’s program at Northwestern University.
After graduating, he joined KTXT as a sports reporter and anchor. He learned to edit, anchor and report sports news. Nick also had his own 30-minute sports show. 2019 was his big year because he joined WLNS-TV. He had an exciting time there as he was involved in covering news like the impact of COVID-19 in sports and doing an evening show called Sports Overtime.
Nick Mantas Awards and Salary
As a sports personality, he has won the Best Sports Award according to the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and 2 Best Sports Coverage as awarded by the Associated Press. In December 2022, Nick announced his departure from WLNS after serving for 3 years. He posted a video resume on his Instagram, tagging top media outlets in the country. Soon he could be working for them.
Outside work, Nick loves walking with his dog and spending time with his girlfriend. He also loves creating funny sports videos on his Instagram. The journalist is an inspiration to young journalists just beginning their careers. He has been getting an average salary of $60,000 per year. Eduardo Yusnaby and Daniel Gotera are other journalists you can read about.