Recording Arts Grad Jason Muñoz Visits Cuba with Conan

Over the last 13 years, Recording Arts grad Jason Muñoz has spent a lot of time following his boss around. In 2003, Jason landed a job working as a Field Audio Engineer on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. Six years later, Jason and his family moved from New Jersey to California so that he could work on The Tonight Show. When Conan left NBC for TBS in 2010, Jason went with him. Last month, Jason had the opportunity to follow Conan on yet another adventure when the cast and crew of Conan traveled to Havana to film the show’s “Conan in Cuba” special. The special, which airs Wednesday, March 4 at 11 p.m. EST on TBS, marks the first time an American talk show has filmed in Cuba in more than half a century.

“This was a great experience,” says Jason. “The people there are amazing—very welcoming and very genuine. I’ve never felt so much love from people I’ve just met.”

Check out the gallery below to learn more about Jason’s experience filming in Cuba.

 

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3 thoughts on “Recording Arts Grad Jason Muñoz Visits Cuba with Conan

  1. Michael says:

    The talk show in Cuba is a very experience. I admire to the film group, I hope more of choose to give young people. It is really valuable experience

  2. Guest says:

    I think that Full Sail is a good University to get experience like this in a future.

  3. Kem says:

    I think Full Sail is good university that can help us to get good experience like this one. I admire the job that Jason has because it is not easy change of city every time, and he needs to do that always. Also, I think the show in Cuba will be very interesting.

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