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Three Travers Stakes preview specials on TV

Three Capital Region TV stations will be previewing Saturday’s Travers Stakes on Friday night.

WNYT (Ch. 13) and WXXA (Ch. 23) will have competing shows at 7 p.m. Sports director Rodger Wyland will host WNYT’s show, “Travers Special ’08,” from the NewsChannel 13 studios, while sports director Rich Becker anchors WXXA’s show, “The Travers Stakes,” from Saratoga Race Course.

Capital News 9 will have “Travers: The Tradition” at 8:30 p.m. Joe Calderone and Marisa Jacques will host.

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pjanack
August 19, 2008
9:34 a.m.

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The good-looking "expert" that Ch. 9 uses during the meet will also be part of the Travers package.

mrobarge
August 19, 2008
12:37 p.m.

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Phil, I didn't know Marisa was considered a horse racing expert. :)~

MikeBucc
August 19, 2008
6:33 p.m.

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I Must say WNYT & WXXA have always had excelent original sports programs, and I'm not a sports fain by far. WNYT with the Sunday night Big Board Sports, and WXXA with Fast Track, the High School Sports Show, and others. Shows like these are exactly what local channels should be workng on, not firing people.

It will be interesting to see what WTEN will do on Fall Friday nights with only 1 sports reporter.

kschott
August 20, 2008
1:35 a.m.

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Thanks for the comments MikeBucc!

MikeBucc
August 21, 2008
12:51 a.m.

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I enjoy commenting about items realting to our local media, I wish there was a blog devoted to it, so when sports overlaps into the news world, I love to read about it, and put my 2 cents in...for whats its worth!!

BTW, this is a very nice website!!!
{Better than the Amsterdam Recorder's}

kschott
August 22, 2008
10:58 a.m.

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MikeBucc, I'm glad you like our Web site. I like your idea about a blog commenting about the local media.

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