Tony Lovitt is a tremendously creative and prolific writer with a lengthy and impressive record of helping his diverse spectrum of clients to cost-effectively achieve their respective marketing communications objectives.
Since establishing TALENT in 1986, Tony has written hundreds of television and radio commercials and collateral pieces as part of multimedia advertising campaigns, conducted national media relations programs, conceived and developed successful promotional events, and won several awards at many levels, including the prestigious International Newspaper Marketing Association Award for direct-response marketing.
Tony's work has been frequently published in newspapers and magazines. Past subjects have included food, wine, destination travel, general business, and celebrities such as Sylvester Stallone, Kirk Douglas, Scott Eastwood and Playboy's 2015 Playmate of the Year, Dani Mathers, among others.
Additionally, Tony's versatile voice has been heard on television and radio commercials, industrial videos, feature films, and in venues from London to Los Angeles at major sporting events, including the volleyball competitions of the 1984 and 1996 Olympic Games.
Immediate response. Impeccable integrity. Impressive results.
Let me help you develop a message that breaks through the clutter, gets noticed and remembered, and drives results. With TALENT, you'll receive real communications solutions...always within your budget and always on time. I have a lengthy track record of working with agencies and companies large and small to develop effective communication solutions via print, online, television, radio, film, sales collateral and events.
Event Announcing and Voice-over Talent
For more than 30 years, Tony Lovitt's professional voice has been sought by and featured at a broad spectrum of sports and entertainment venues throughout North America. Tony's venue announcing highlights include the Games of the XXIIIrd Olympiad in Los Angeles, the Games of the XXVIth Olympiad in Atlanta, and the 1990 Goodwill Games in Spokane and Seattle, Wash. and he is renowned for his ability with difficult-to-pronounce names and dialects.
Tony has served as public address announcer at literally hundreds of professional, collegiate, and international sports competitions, including, but not limited to:
2014 San Diego Aviators, Mylan World Team Tennis
2011 Olympic Volleyball Test Event; Earl's Court, London, U.K.
2006 World League Volleyball (Japan vs. USA at Minneapolis)
2003 San Diego Gulls Hockey (selected playoff games)
1998 Quality Challenge (tennis w/John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors)
1996 Games of the XXVIth Olympiad (indoor volleyball)
1990 Davis Cup Tie (USA vs. Mexico – opening round, La Costa)
1990 Goodwill Games (volleyball)
1985 Canadian Volleyball Association (V8 Tour, USA vs. Canada –
1984 Games of the XXIIIrd Olympiad (volleyball)
1985-91 San Diego Sockers (Major Indoor Soccer League)
1979- USA Volleyball (miscellaneous international competitions)
1975-80 International Volleyball Association
Tony has served as public address announcer at various venues throughout North America, including, but not limited to:
Albany (N.Y.) Arena
Blaisdell Center – Honolulu
Boise State University
Cow Palace (San Francisco)
Denver Auditorium Arena
DePaul University (Chicago)
El Paso (Tex.) Civic Center
El Paso County Coliseum
The Forum (Los Angeles)
Idaho State University
Jadwin Gym – Princeton University
Kansas City Convention Center
Keene (N.H.) College
Long Beach Arena
Madison Square Garden (N.Y.)
McNichols Arena (Denver)
Market Square Arena (Indianapolis)
Montana State University
North Carolina State University
Pan Am Center (Las Cruces, N.M.)
Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego)
Regis College (Denver)
Reunion Arena (Dallas)
St. Louis Arena
San Diego Sports Arena
San Diego State University
San Jose Civic Center
Target Center (Minneapolis)
The Omni (Atlanta)
The Saddledome (Calgary)
The Salt Palace (Salt Lake City)
The War Memorial (Syracuse, N.Y.)
Thomas & Mack Arena (Las Vegas)
Torero Gym (University of San Diego)
Tucson Convention Center
University Arena (Albuquerque)
University of British Columbia Arena
University of Dayton Arena
University of Kentucky
University of Toledo Arena
University of Washington (Hec Ed)