Wednesday, November 07, 2007

The Final Day in the Northeast

First, big thanks to coleagaue Lindsey Romeo for getting this in the Naples Daily News, among other places. To be fair, Executive Vice President Jeff Weber wrote the press release, but it was Linds who got the word out.
Greenwich radio station to air Naples game broadcast over the Internet
Daily News staff

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Greenwich radio station WGCH (1490 AM) will broadcast Friday's Greenwich-Naples football game live from Naples. The game will also be aired live on the Internet at

Naples station WCNZ/AM 1660 is broadcasting the game locally with Joe Klimas and Troy Miller.

On WGCH, Sports Director Rob Adams will provide play-by-play coverage, along with Nick Angotto and Jason Intrieri. Pregame coverage begins at 6 p.m., with the game starting at 7:30 p.m.

© 2007 Naples Daily News and NDN Productions. Published in Naples, Florida, USA by the E.W. Scripps Co.
Best wishes to WCNZ for a good broadcast, but there's one thing that I must boast - is the only place to hear the game LIVE on the Internet.

(Sorry - that's not normally me, but if I don't toot my own horn, who will?)

Now, onto some final details. We will start our coverage at 6:05 with Sean Kilkelly's special extravaganza. Sean's guests will be Mike Quick from MSG TV, Tim Parry from just about all things FCIAC, and Sean Patrick Bowley from the Connecticut Post. Sean will also play back an interview that I recorded with former GHS coach Mike Ornato (he coached some guy named Steve Young). Then at 7:05, Jason Intrieri, Nick Angotto, and your friendly neightborhood sportscaster will come along with our pregame show, including (we hope) interviews with GHS coach Rich Albonizio, Naples coach Bill Kramer, and the Cardinals captains - Chris Bisasnzo, Jonathan Myers, Jim Dunster, and Phil Catalano.

Tomorrow, we will record an interview with Tim Parry for Live from the FC (check your local listings). There might also be a few newspaper interviews (which would be cool), and we'll appear live from Florida on the Mary Anne Show on WGCH. Then (if the invite is still good), I'll join Matt Levine on his show, The Fifty Yard Line (Live from Route 22 in Stamford) on Tuesday night at 7:00.

Back with more as time allows!


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