9 Results for group: media

Bruce Valley

Author Bruce Valley grew up playing hockey in Rye. His experiences as a hockey player and as a military veteran — a Navy rescue pilot in Vietnam, and later an experimental test pilot — have heavily influenced his writing style. He is the author of “Seahawk: Confessions of an Old Hockey Goalie”, “Rye Harbor: ... More

Harvey L. Smith

Harvey Smith didn't grow up playing hockey. But in three decades broadcasting the sport on the radio, he was a true pioneer of the sport in New Hampshire.Smith started broadcasting high school hockey for WKXL radio in Concord 1979, joining play-by-play announcer Jim Rivers to form a duo that would broadcast more than 1,000 ... More

Rod Ross

Rod Ross never played hockey -- opting for football, basketball and baseball while attending Berlin High School -- but his love for the sport would help shape a 43-year career in radio broadcasting, most notably for Berlin High School and Notre Dame teams, and the Berlin Maroons on WBRL. Born in Everett, Massachusetts, ... More

Jim Rivers

 Jim Rivers has called a number of different sports in his four-decade career as a broadcaster, but when it comes to high school hockey, there may be no greater authority. From his days calling high school and New England Hockey League semi pro games with Dick Osborne in the early 1970s, to the more than 1,000 games ... More

Richard W. Osborne

In 1966, Dick relocated to Concord, NH and began broadcasting ice hockey for WKXL doing Concord High School, Bishop Brady High School and Concord Coachmen/Eastern Olympics games.In 1979, Dick became the "Voice of UNH Hockey" through the WTSN originated Wildcats Sports Network. The 2003-04 season is the 25th season of ... More

Bob Norton

If you're a college hockey devotee who loves crisp analysis and never misses a telecast, then Bob Norton is no stranger to your ears. When Hockey East is on the air, Bob is there in the booth behind the mic. Ironically, the broadcasting part of his life wasn't planned and began to happen in 1976, when he was 33, about ... More

George S. Naum

After graduating from Manchester West High School in 1945, he was drafted into the US Army in 1946. That, George Naum says, was when and how he became a photographer. He first was sent to photo school at Camp Polk, Louisiana and later to the Army's Signal Photo Center located in an old building that once was a Paramount ... More

Jock MacKenzie

Started hockey broadcasting career with the Berlin Maroons, the fabled "Flying Frenchmen." Served as the Maroons main broadcaster for 10 years while a staff member at WMOU in Berlin. Advanced to WTSN in Dover where he formed the University of New Hampshire Sports Network. Served as the "Voice of the UNH hockey ... More

Ken Cail

Ken Cail's boyhood dream was to own the voice coming out of the radio, calling the play-by-play. As far back as his grade-school days, he envisioned himself describing the action and often called the play-by-play while his friends competed at driveway basketball and backyard Wiffle ball. His radio work life now has ... More