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Longtime Washington Post Columnist Denlinger Dies

Ken Denlinger, longtime sports columnist at the Washington Post, died on Saturday, after a long battle with cancer. He was 73. Denlinger, who won three NSSA DC Sportswriter of the Year Awards (1970, 1974, 1978) wrote for the Post for almost 40 years and served as a mentor to many of the paper’s younger writers. […]

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Membership Update

Welcome to our new members… thank you to those who have renewed their memberships. And a special thank you to our three newest Lifetime members, Charles Belle, Nu Belle and Alex Faust. Member Type Last Name First Name City State/Country AIPS Stevenin Pierre Nogent Sur Marne FRANCE AIPS Tao Andrew Los Alamitos CA AIPS Abrahamson […]

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AIPS Members Who Wish to Share Rooms at Rio Olympics, Please Read

One of our NSSA/AIPS members wrote to ask about notifying other members interested in sharing a room at the Rio Olympics, to save cost on what is being listed (official press/media accommodations) as a $254/night room. If you are an NSSA/AIPS member and are interested in sharing a room, NSSA will facilitate room matches by […]

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4-Time Alabama Sportswriter of Year McCarter Moves to TV

Four-time Alabama Sportswriter of the Year Mark McCarter was recently the victim of layoffs by, the company that bought, among other properties, the Huntsville Times (where McCarter worked) and the Birmingham News. But less than two weeks after getting the news, McCarter found himself a new home, WHNT-TV in Huntsville. McCarter writes for the […]

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Enberg To Retire After 2016 Season

NSSA Hall of Famer Dick Enberg announced on Thursday that the 2016 season, calling San Diego Padres’ games on television, will be his last behind the microphone. Enberg was inducted into the NSSA Hall of Fame in 1996 and has been involved in sportscasting for 60 years. Read more.

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Hall of Fame Voice Hamilton Dies

Legendary Houston Astros’ voice Milo Hamilton has died at the age of 88. Hamilton was a two-time NSSA Georgia Sportscaster of the Year, when he was the radio voice of the Atlanta Braves.┬áMore from the Houston Chronicle.

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