Get the scoop about New Concept Video Sports

Bob GuerreroNew Concept Video Sports is an exciting new website providing a unique perspective on High School Sports in the Calumet Region.

Bob Guerrero of New Concept Video has been one of the top videographers in the area for the past 25 years. For the past 5 years he has become well know for his outstanding work in the area of High School sports videos. The work Bob has done for RegionSports.com has been extremely well received.

Being a Northwest Indiana resident his entire life Bob thought it was time to focus on prep athletics, something that was only covered by print and the broadcasting media. Bob also decided to showcase many secondary high school sports including soccer, volleyball, Cross Country etc. boys and girls sports alike. He believes every top athlete works hard to succeed and should be showcased whenever possible.

New Concept Video has been a part of the Northwest Indiana since the mid 1980s. Bob Guerrero is a graduate of Lew Wallace High School and worked locally in the Broadcast industry from the time he was 16 years old then for WLTH radio in Gary. He also worked for Channel 50 television back when the station was located at Lake Central high School. In the 1980's he became one of the pioneers in the video business becoming the first in the area to offer video services for weddings.

Bob Guerrero worked for 32 years for AMOCO and BP oil company's and produced training videos during that period.

Bob is a resident of Hobart living with his wife Yolanda and 16 year old daughter Celena a sophomore at Hobart High School and a student athlete. Bob recently worked with the School City of Hobart for the past few years producing at least 50 elementary and high school performances including opening videos that each team plays before their home games.

This service is something new for Northwest Indiana and Bob believes his web site will not only showcase local talent but assist in college recruiting offers and possible scholarships, This was the case last year when two local high school talents were recruited from Bob's videos that were posted on YouTube.