Man of the People.
Reporter/Play-by-Play. Lakers TV on Time Warner Cable & Deportes. Announcer Golden Boy Boxing.
Beto Duran is a Los Angeles based bilingual sports broadcaster who has covered Southern California sports since 2005, primarily for ESPN Radio 710, as well as on TV for ESPN and Time Warner Cable Sports Net.
Currently, he provides game and practice reports for the Lakers Spanish broadcast on Time Warner Cable Deportes and also serves as a play-by-play announcer for Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Boxing shows that air nationally on FOX SPORTS 1.
He’s covered, the NBA & NHL Finals, MLB Playoffs, MLB All-Star Game, Rose Bowl, Summer & Winter X Games and called play-by-play action for prep baseball, basketball, football, and water polo games.
His career started as a paperboy for the Daily Breeze. Graduated from Carson High School where he played baseball, ran cross-country and was the sports editor of the school newspaper.
From a family of seven with roots in Nochistlan, Zacatecas, Mexico.