Ivon Gaete Reporter
Ivon is a sports reporter, broadcaster, and broadcast journalist. She started her career in international radio and television in 2002.
The former ambassador of Special Olympics Venezuela now works as a freelance sportscaster for MLB and TBS Japan. Gaete has worked for ESPN HD as well as LasMayores.com, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Ivon was born on March 28, 1997, and she is currently 46 years old. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela, and later moved to the US.
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Ivon has also worked as a voice actor and voiceover talent since 2004. Her voiceover experience includes commercials, television, radio, dubbing, and documentaries. Some of her work includes brands such as Movistar, Ponds, Google Adwords, Carefree, Nestea, and Sharpie.
Ivon went to the University of Zulia (LUZ) and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and a minor in advertising. She went to Brasshouse Language Institute in Birmingham, England, for Intensive Summer from August to December 1999. She completed both the Intermediate and advanced level.
Gaete is quite active on social media and has 116.8k followers on Twitter and 18.3k followers on Instagram.
Marly Rivera ESPN fired because she uttered obscenity to Ivon after a disagreement. She was no longer listed among the ESPN commentators and employees.
Gaete and Marly were both trying to interview Aaron Judge at Yankee Stadium ahead of the game on April 18. Marly informed Gaete that she had already scheduled the time to interview the athlete, to which Gaete ignored her.
Marly Rivera Ivon Gaete video started going viral on Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube. Rivera has since issued a statement fully accepting her responsibility, as per USA Today.