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Bruce Rader

Bruce Rader

A native of Maryland, sports broadcaster Bruce Rader came to the Hampton Roads market in the mid 1970’s. In 1977 he joined WAVY-TV, and in 1979 was named Sports Director, a position he still holds. Serving the Southeastern Virginia market,…

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Debbie White

Debbie White, a native of Lexington, Virginia, gained notoriety in the Commonwealth as the first full-time female sportswriter in the state, while serving on the staff of the Daily Press from 1974-1977. After serving as Sports Information Director at Siena…

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David Teel

David Teel graduated from James Madison University in 1981 with a degree in communications before becoming one of the most decorated sports writers in Virginia. Teel came to the Daily Press in 1984 and has covered numerous NCAA Final Fours,…

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Mike Stevens

For more than three decades, Mike Stevens has been working to put Virginia’s athletes and the sports they play in the spotlight. After graduating from Virginia Tech in 1983 with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, he began his broadcasting career…

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Bill Roth

Bill Roth, a native of Pittsburgh, PA is most famous for the refrain, "From the blue waters of the Chesapeake Bay to the hills of Tennessee, the Virginia Tech Hokies are on the air!" Roth has been considered the "Voice…

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Bill Millsaps, Jr.

William H. Millsaps, Jr. is a native of Daisy, Tennessee and attended the University of Tennessee. He worked at the Knoxville Journal for three years before joining the Richmond Times-Dispatch as a sports reporter in September of 1966. Millsaps was…

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Bob Moskowitz

Bob Moskowitz has come a long way from his hometown of New York City to become a seasoned veteran in Virginia sports coverage. With over half a century of experience, Moskowitz is an exemplar for sports writer hopefuls. After a…

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Bob Rathbun

Bob Rathbun was born in Wakefield, Rhode Island, and graduated from Catawba College in 1976. Rathbun began his career at WSTP radio in Salisbury, North Carolina, and then did baseball broadcast work for several teams, including two Virginia minor-league baseball…

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Bill Brill

Bill Brill was born in Philadelphia, but moved with his family to Middlesex County, Virginia. The Duke University graduate began his career in 1952 as a sports writer with the Covington Virginian. In 1956, Brill joined the Roanoke Times and…

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Herb Carneal

Now in his 41st year of calling balls and strikes for the Minnesota Twins, Herb Carneal has the longest uninterrupted point of service of any American League play-by-play broadcaster. Herb was the voice of the American League Champion Twins in…

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