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Jonathan Hillyard
Jonathan  Hillyard

Position:
Video Coordinator

Jonathan Hillyard was named video coordinator for Virginia Athletics Video Services in November of 2011. He serves as the Hoo Vision producer for Cavalier men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse and women's basketball, responsible for all video and graphics production for those sports. His responsibilities also include all LED design and production for both Scott Stadium and John Paul Jones Arena.

Hillyard also shoots and edits highlights, features, and other content for Cavalier Sports Weekly and virginiasportstv.com. He served as a producer and editor for the popular "Virginia Football: The Building of a Program" series in 2012.

Prior to joining the staff at Virginia, Hillyard spent four seasons as an editor and associate producer for BravesVision, the video arm of the Atlanta Braves. There he was responsible for producing and editing content for one of the nation's first HD video boards (BravesVision), commercial spots, and supporting the organization's internal video needs.

Hillyard is a 2007 graduate of the University of South Carolina with a degree in broadcast journalism. He is a native of Duluth, Ga., and now lives in Charlottesville with his wife Erin and chocolate lab Murphy.

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Jeff White
London Perrantes
'Hoos Find Winning Formula on Road
Men's Basketball
1/14/17
Led by senior London Perrantes and junior Marial Shayok, No. 19 Virginia defeated ACC rival Clemson 77-73 at Littlejohn Coliseum on Saturday.
Jack Salt
Salt Carving Out Niche at UVA
Men's Basketball
1/13/17
Jack Salt, a redshirt sophomore from New Zealand, starts at center for No. 19 Virginia, which plays Saturday at ACC rival Clemson.
Zach Fong
Fong Helping Lead Cavaliers' Resurgence
Swimming & Diving
1/10/17
The UVA men's swimming & diving team, which hosts Virginia Tech this weekend at the Aquatic & Fitness Center, is ranked No. 15 nationally.

Jeff White

Director of News Content

jwhite@virginia.edu

A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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