Little League® International is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan Osadchy as its new Video Production Assistant, effective as of December 5, 2022.
“We are thrilled to welcome Ryan to our team here in Williamsport and look forward to bringing on his skills and expertise as we continue to enhance our video production efforts,” said Brian McClintock, Little League Senior Communications Executive. “The videos our in-house team has been able to produce over the past five years have helped us bring the Little League story to life in new ways across millions of households each year, and we are excited to find new ways to continue to serve our fans, volunteers, and most importantly our players, with award-winning content.”
Prior to joining the Little League team, Mr. Osadchy worked at WYLN-TV in nearby Hazleton, Pennsylvania, for more than six years where he served in a variety of roles, including most recently serving as the station’s technical director. In addition to his work at the station, Mr. Osadchy also served as a freelance videographer and editor for Precision Design since 2016 and spent a semester as a video intern for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.
“It is an honor to join the Little League team and be a part of an organization that can help inspire children all around the world each year,” said Mr. Osadchy. “Little League’s ability to tell stories and bring the experience of the program to communities all around the world through its digital efforts is unlike any other organization, and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be a part of that great team.”
In this role, Mr. Osadchy will assist with expanding video efforts of the world’s largest youth sports organization, including helping to produce video features, studio content, and educational resources, as well as assist with overseeing the production of thousands of highlights for our seven World Series events, telling the stories of our program and the communities involved under the leadership of Hannah James, Little League Video Production Manager.
Mr. Osadchy graduated from Misericordia University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in communications while minoring in mathematics.