Layman's Terms

The career portfolio of Matt J. Layman

hey there.

I’m Matt J. Layman.

I’m a sports reporter, broadcaster, video producer and multimedia professional. This is my career portfolio.


Currently, I’m an editor at and, the websites for two leading radio stations in Phoenix — Arizona Sports 98.7 FM and KTAR News 92.3.

But my career started long before I got there.

When I was a student at Arizona State University’s prestigious Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, I was a beat writer covering ASU’s hockey and baseball teams. I was an editor at the school paper, I did play-by-play and sports updates for the student radio station, covered high school sports for both my written and video reporting classes, completed a professional program as a sports reporter with Arizona PBS, started my own ‘vlog’ on YouTube and spent many, many hours in press boxes and newsrooms. It was wonderful.

I was really fortunate to go to a school that got me such hands-on experience with high school, NCAA and professional sports teams. I was only in my first semester of journalism school the first time I stepped into an NHL locker room.

And while I was doing all of that, I also got published with The Denver Post, Fox Sports, and the San Tan Sun News.

12471585_10207022449352306_4919068292419516095_oI truly love what I do. I love communications, digital reporting, broadcasting, editing, shooting video and working with my peers. When I’m not doing those things, I enjoy watching and attending sporting events, skiing, traveling, reading and spending time with loved ones.

I’m really thankful for the opportunities I’ve had so far in my young career. This website is to exhibit what exactly I’ve been doing all this time.

Thanks for stopping by.



One thought on “hey there.

  1. I enjoy following your comments from Montreal. My Grandson Joey Daccord is a freshman goalie this year at ASU. Are you aware if their is a record of the amount of goals given up by goalies, how many were scored on the power play.
    Thanks and looking forward to visiting ASU this winter season.
    As we say in French Merci Beaucoup

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