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Ken McMillan

Ken McMillan has been covering sports since he got his first writing job in 1979. He has covered Section 9 athletics for most of the past 28 years. He reports on college sports, including Army and Marist College. He also writes on TV/radio sports news, having worked in local cable television and radio in the past.

Happy birthday to E.J. Hradek

Happy birthday to NHL Network’s E.J. Hradek, co-host of NHL Live. Westchester product has been working for NHL Network since 2011 after 13 years with ESPN.

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Army-Navy soccer to be webstreamed

The annual Army-Navy men’s soccer clash, played in suburban Philadelphia, will be webstreamed once again on NSCAATV.com. The Patriot League clash takes place Friday, Nov., 7, at 7 p.m. The National Soccer Coaches Association of American used to affiliate with the Fox Soccer Channel, but last year the organization took it upon itself to webcast [...]

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Los Angeles Olympics opened 30 years ago today

The opening ceremonies for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics took place on July 28. Here is the opening minutes of ABC’s coverage, featuring Jim McKay and Peter Jennings:

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Happy birthday, Jill Arrington

Happy belated birthday to Jill Arrington, who celebrated her 42nd birthday on Sunday. Arrington is a sports reporter and football sideline reporter with Fox Sports, and formerly worked for CBS and ESPN. She hosts “Fox College Football Saturday Preview.’’ Here’s a look at Arrington and Curtis Conway previewing the list of quarterbacks expected to be [...]

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Happy birthday to Doug Collins

Happy 63rd birthday to Doug Collins, who has had a storied basketball career as a U.S. Olympian, celebrated Philadelphia 76er and coach of a handful of NBA teams. Collins is also a veteran TV announcer with NBC, TNT and ESPN. Here’s video highlights of an NBA on CBS telecast featuring Collins’ Philadelphia 76ers and the [...]

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On this date: El Perfecto

Montreal Expos pitcher Dennis Martinez tossed a perfect game against Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium on July 28, 1991. Here’s the Canadian TSN TV broadcast, featuring Dave Van Horne and Ken Singleton:

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Sunday golf telecast changes

The final-round tee times for the PGA and LPGA events on Sunday have been moved up, changing broadcast plans. The PGA Canadian Open will still air on Golf Channel from 1-2:30 p.m. and on CBS from 3-7 p.m., only it will be shown on tape delay. Live coverage can be seen on the Golf Live [...]

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Kingston football returns to WKNY 1490

Kingston radio station WKNY (1490-AM) will be broadcasting Kingston High School varsity football games once again. In addition, the station does plan to carry any NFL or college football games. In the past, WKNY has aired some games from Compass Media. The 2014 schedule: September – Fri. 5 vs. Roosevelt, 7 p.m.; Fri. 12 – [...]

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On days, Red Sox may be heard better in the Valley

The Boston Red Sox have added radio affiliate WLAD (800-AM) in Danbury, Conn., for the rest of the season. WLAD has a good daytime signal in the eastern portions of the THR coverage area but can’t be heard at night locally. At least it provides a day-game alternative to Hartford’s WTIC (1080-AM). WLAD usually carries [...]

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Hudson Valley can hear Univ. at Buffalo sports

The University at Buffalo has reached a deal with WWKB (1520-AM) to carry Bulls football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball action this season. In addition, select UB football games will air on New York’s WMCA (570-AM), Albany’s WTMM (104.5-FM) and Rochester’s WHTK (1280-AM), signals which can be heard in parts of the THR coverage area. [...]

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