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Following the money trail

Emergence of talk radio has changed career path for sportscasters

By Bill Griffith
Globe Staff / June 7, 2005

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There used to be a logical progression in the electronic sports media. Aspirants would start in radio, get established, then move up to TV -- assuming they were camera-friendly and could read the Teleprompter. The rewards: a bigger paycheck and a higher-profile job. (Full article: 2215 words)

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