Spicin’ Up the Get Down on Get Loaded – Radio and Television Producer.
Jeremiah, aka Diddy Dash, that’s the name Cali Breeze gave Jeremiah because when
they met in college Jeremiah was doing everything. It was comfortability he gave to the
environment: to the students, the deans, the instructors. He had his hands in everything.
Diddy can sit in a room full of Compton and leave and have a meeting with the dean or head of
a department. Diddy operates on different levels, Cali says, “I love his business savy. I love how
he takes care of business. I like to keep pieces on my chessboard of life and he’s definitely one I
With pure dedication and dodging L.A. County sheriffs on the train, Diddy arrives to the studio
with a unique communicating style, keepin’ the crew and guests laughin’, smilin’. Quick to
praise the abilities and impressive feats of others, he shines in his own way and lets you know
what shines about you.
On the name diddy, “I didn’t wanna be a biter, …but it is hip hop. You can make a hit record off
a sample.” #Sam_Rothstein #Casino
Jeremiah Rosborough is a/Media
Production/Sound Engineer from South Central
Los Angeles. After graduating from David Starr
Jordan High School in Long Beach, California,
he began mentoring Pop Warner Football
players and working as an Assistant Coach for
the Orange County Junior All-American
Jeremiah attended and graduated from ACEDC
(Atlantic Corridor Economic Development
Corporation), a local Graphic Design School where he also tutored other students. It is
through his two (2) year assignment as an on-camera reporter for Ed. News and the
Long Beach Unified School District that Jeremiah discovered his passion: to become a
Radio and Television Producer.
Recent projects include production and photography work with RawwillStudios and Big
Reub Films and production work for LY TV promoting signed and unsigned artists.
As a certified senior at Long Beach City College, Jeremiah Rosborough will be
graduating with his Radio/ Television Producer Certificate in Spring 2013 and continues
his work with a variety of independent filmmakers, producers, directors, and artists.
Vocational Cooperative Work Experience Education (VCWEE) is a District-initiated and
District-controlled program of education.
VCWEE consists of paid and unpaid on-the-job learning experiences which are offered
through a formal training agreement between the College and each employer.
VCWEE classes offered at Long Beach City College consist of two sections that are
combined. One is the work experience (lab) class consisting of on-the-job learning
opportunities. The other is the work experience issues (lecture) class which consists of
classroom instruction. Students must complete both components successfully to earn
credit for the program.