Carlos Eduardo Ball, a longtime broadcaster in the Venezuelan audiovisual media, passed away on Sunday, November 29 at the age of 68. According to the first versions, the microphone professional died as a result of a heart attack.
Ball had a career of more than 50 years in radio and television. His beginnings go back to Maracaibo, where in 1969 he received the title of announcer. Shortly after, he became an announcer for Radio Mara.
With five years of experience, he came to Caracas, where since his arrival he began to work at Venevisión, a plant to which he belonged for more than 30 years. Although his strength within the channel was as a booth announcer, he was also the voiceover of programs such as, among others, La Estrella de la Fortuna.
While he was consolidating in the channel, he also began to work as an announcer at Unión Radio, a circuit to which he belonged for more than forty years. Last year he received an award for it.
Currently, Charly Ball, as he was known in the middle, maintained his daily morning show for Successes. Also, in addition to making a career in radio and television, the announcer also had an important activity in voice dubbing