Ron Pivo got interested in sports at an early age. When he was five years old he sent his hometown Los Angeles Dodgers a handwritten letter asking if he could sing the National Anthem at a game. Fortunately for all involved they declined his request.
However, that didn’t stop Ron’s love for sports. After graduating from California State University, Northridge Ron started his Sports Broadcasting career at the CBS affiliate in Roseburg, Oregon. After covering high school sports in both Roseburg and Medford, Oregon Ron started working at the NBC in Eugene where the Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers were the main attractions.
A couple years later Ron landed a job as a Sports Reporter at KGW-TV in Portland, Oregon. Ron covered the NBA playoffs, college football bowl games, and the Seattle Seahawks.Ron was promoted to Sports Director and helped the station maintain its grip as the number one station in town. While in Portland he also hosted the Portland Trailblazers post game show on the radio.
At KGW-TV Ron won numerous awards including: Associated Press Best Sports Story, Best of the West- Sports Reporting, and Oregon Sports Announcer of the year.
Ron then moved to Los Angeles and worked for six years as a Fill-in Sports Anchor at KNBC-TV, the station he grew up watching. Besides working in the Television field Ron worked for ESPN Los Angeles (KSPN-AM) hosting the USC Football pre and post game show.
Ron lives in Westlake Village, California with his wife and daughter.