Broadcast Bio: Joe Pujala
Joe Pujala enters his 15th year overall and 13th consecutive as a member of the Miami HEAT’s Spanish broadcast team. In his role, he provides game analysis and serves as the pre-game, halftime and post-game host on all Spanish language broadcasts. He has worked over 1,400 games and has interviewed coaches, players, athletes, celebrities and dignitaries for his pre-game, halftime and post-game shows. He contributes regularly as an NBA analyst for national and international Spanish language networks as well as local South Florida radio stations.
Pujala also hosts a morning drive sports talk show on 1210 AM ESPN Deportes Miami. Additionally, he handles play-by-play on select Miami Marlins baseball broadcasts on Fox Sports Florida and was the Spanish voice of the University of Miami Hurricanes football for seven years.
During the last 29 years, his career has dealt mainly in the broadcast and advertising fields including managing the largest Hispanic radio group in South Florida. He has spent the last 15 years working in the advertising agency business, and is President of ADHOUSE Advertising, an award-winning full-service general and Hispanic-market advertising agency.
Pujala, who was born in Cuba and raised in Miami, is a graduate of Barry University.