Oscar Underwood began his broadcasting career in Argentina. In 1964, he
relocated to the U.S. and since then, has worked in the communications
field performing a wide variety of duties related to the industry. He
was a radio announcer for WRUL and WNYW in New York City, the world's
largest commercial short-wave broadcast facility. He also worked for the
Special Affairs Department of KSL Radio & TV in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Latter, he worked as a writer, producer and creative director for Bonneville
Media Communications. A qualified international broadcast executive with
extensive experience in the private and public sectors of the electronic
media. Mr. Underwood's achievements have been well recognized by his peers.
Among many others awards, he is the recipient of an International CLIO
and nine additional certificates as finalist in this prestigious event.