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More Than 80 Join or Renew Memberships

Thanks to all who have either joined or renewed their memberships since June 1st. More than 80, including those who attended the One Day Ticket to Sportscasting (co-sponsored by NSSA and STAA), were added to or kept on the rolls. NSSA would like to thank each of these members, especially new Lifetime members Brian Anderson (Turner.Milwaukee Brewers/Fox […]

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NSSA’s New Twitter Account

NSSA has a new Twitter account. Please make note and share with all of your followers, the new NSSA Twitter handle is @NSSASportsMedia

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55th Annual Awards Weekend A Smash

The 55th Annual NSSA Awards Weekend, June 7-9,  proved to be a smash hit once again, as more than 400 people took part in at least some of the Weekend’s activities. Those activities culminated in the Awards Banquet on Monday, June 9th. Marv Albert and Rick Reilly were inducted into the NSSA Hall of Fame; […]

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NSSA-Catawba College Partnership Includes Plans For New Building

  Catawba College president Brien Lewis unveiled plans for a proposed building to house both Catawba’s new sports communications program and headquarters for NSSA that would include a Hall of Fame museum. Preliminary plans would site the building at the corner of West Innes Street and Summit Avenue in Salisbury, NC. It would be the […]

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N$$A’s Local Impact

Thursday’s Salisbury Post featured this editorial on the NSSA Awards Weekend and its economic impact on Salisbury and Rowan County:  http://www.salisburypost.com/article/20140612/SP05/140619905/1076/SP0501/deep-impact-nssa-events

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Albert, Reilly Inducted, 100+ Honored at 55th NSSA Awards

SALISBURY, NC — Marv Albert and Rick Reilly were inducted into the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame on Monday night, joining dozens of sports media greats who have been so honored since 1962. NSSA Hall of Famer Bob Costas presented the longtime play-by-play announcer Albert, whose broadcast career started in the mid-1960s […]

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