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MARTY APPEL

Legendary public relations guru Marty Appel joins Mark Rosenman and Aj Carter of Sportstalkny to talk about his latest book Munson.. Marty Appel, is a veteran of 32 years of experience in communications, public relations and writing. The company, based in New York City, specializes in the communications needs of sports, broadcast, and publishing clients. Mr. Appel, who has won an Emmy Award, a Gold Record, and written award-winning books, is the company’s president. New York Yankees to Olympic Games He was the youngest public relations director ever selected to lead a major league baseball team and was George Steinbrenner’s first hire in that position with the New York Yankees. After nine years with the Yankees, under both CBS and Steinbrenner ownership, Appel went on to direct public relations for Tribune Broadcasting’s WPIX in New York and to serve as the Yankees Executive Producer concurrently. He later directed public relations for the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games ...

27 MIN2009 JUL 9
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MATT GILROY

Matt Gilroy stops by to talk to Mark Rosenman and Aj Carter of Sportstalkny . Matt is currently attending the New York Rangers prospect camp with his eye on making the opening day roster. Gilroy completed a four-year tenure with the Boston University Terriers of Hockey East. A Hobey Baker Award winner and NCAA champion with the Terriers in his senior year, Gilroy is also a three-time All-American.In his senior year in 2008–09, he was named team captain of the Terriers and recorded a college career-high 36 points in 43 games, first among Hockey East defensemen and third in the NCAA. He went on to lead the Terriers to their third Beanpot championship in four years en route to the Frozen Four Tournament. On April 10, 2009, Gilroy was announced as the winner of the 2009 Hobey Baker Award.The next day, the Terriers competed for the NCAA championship against the Miami RedHawks. Trailing 3–1 late in the third period, the Terriers rallied with 2 goals in the final minute to force overtime...

19 MIN2009 JUL 2
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STEVE LYONS

Steve Lyons stops by to talk open and honestly with Mark Rosenman and Aj Carter of SPORTSTALKNY.Steve Lyons is a former Major League Baseball player and a television sportscaster.He was initially an outfielder and third baseman, but found a niche as a utility player. He played 9 seasons in the majors, from 1985 to 1993. After his retirement, he became a television baseball commentator.After researching the craziest moments in baseball history Steve "Psycho" Lyons invites you to debate the wacky and heroic moments. You can see Sportstalkny every Wednesday night from 9 PM to !! pm at sportstalknylive.com

35 MIN2009 JUL 1
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MIKE RICHTER

USA HALL OF GOALIE AND ALL TIME GREAT MIKE RICHTER STOPS BY TO TALK TO MARK ROSENMAN AND AJ CARTER OF SPORTSTALKNY TO TALK ABOUT HIS FORMER TEAMMATE BRIAN LEETCH AND THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT LEETCH IS PART OF THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUES HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2009. MIKE ALSO TALKS ABOUT THE MAGICAL STANLEY CUP SEASON OF 1994 . YOU CAN CATCH SPORTSTALKNY EVERY WEDENSDAY NIGHT LIVE FROM 9 PM TO 11 PM EST BY GOING TO SPORTSTALKNYLIVE.C0M (LEAVE OFF THE WWW.) AND CLICK THE GO LIVE LINK AT 9 PM.

19 MIN2009 JUN 25
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CURT SMITH

CURT SNITH STOPS BY SPORTSTALKNY TO CHAT WITH MARK ROSENMAN AND AJ CARTER ABOUT HIS LATEST BOOK "PULL UP A CHAIR, THE VIN SCULLY STORY"Curt Smith is an American author, media host and columnist. He is a 1973 graduate of SUNY at Geneseo. He worked as a Gannett Company reporter, a speechwriter to former Texas Governor John Connolly, and an editor at the Saturday Evening Post. In 1989 he joined the George H.W. Bush Administration as a speechwriter.After Bush’s defeat in 1992 Smith lectured at the Smithsonian Institution and then turned to radio and television. From 1994 to 1996 he hosted the Midday Milwaukee talk show on radio station WISN. He also hosted WROC-TV’s Perfectly Clear program from 2000 to 2002 and a 1997-2002 series on the Fox Empire Sports Network.Currently Smith hosts the weekly Perspectives series on Rochester, New York’s NPR affiliate WXXI. The show deals with politics, pop culture, sports, and other topics. Smith is the author of 12 books including his new book “P...

26 MIN2009 JUN 24
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Latest Episodes

MARTY APPEL

Legendary public relations guru Marty Appel joins Mark Rosenman and Aj Carter of Sportstalkny to talk about his latest book Munson.. Marty Appel, is a veteran of 32 years of experience in communications, public relations and writing. The company, based in New York City, specializes in the communications needs of sports, broadcast, and publishing clients. Mr. Appel, who has won an Emmy Award, a Gold Record, and written award-winning books, is the company’s president. New York Yankees to Olympic Games He was the youngest public relations director ever selected to lead a major league baseball team and was George Steinbrenner’s first hire in that position with the New York Yankees. After nine years with the Yankees, under both CBS and Steinbrenner ownership, Appel went on to direct public relations for Tribune Broadcasting’s WPIX in New York and to serve as the Yankees Executive Producer concurrently. He later directed public relations for the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games ...

27 MIN2009 JUL 9
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MARTY APPEL

MATT GILROY

Matt Gilroy stops by to talk to Mark Rosenman and Aj Carter of Sportstalkny . Matt is currently attending the New York Rangers prospect camp with his eye on making the opening day roster. Gilroy completed a four-year tenure with the Boston University Terriers of Hockey East. A Hobey Baker Award winner and NCAA champion with the Terriers in his senior year, Gilroy is also a three-time All-American.In his senior year in 2008–09, he was named team captain of the Terriers and recorded a college career-high 36 points in 43 games, first among Hockey East defensemen and third in the NCAA. He went on to lead the Terriers to their third Beanpot championship in four years en route to the Frozen Four Tournament. On April 10, 2009, Gilroy was announced as the winner of the 2009 Hobey Baker Award.The next day, the Terriers competed for the NCAA championship against the Miami RedHawks. Trailing 3–1 late in the third period, the Terriers rallied with 2 goals in the final minute to force overtime...

19 MIN2009 JUL 2
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MATT GILROY

STEVE LYONS

Steve Lyons stops by to talk open and honestly with Mark Rosenman and Aj Carter of SPORTSTALKNY.Steve Lyons is a former Major League Baseball player and a television sportscaster.He was initially an outfielder and third baseman, but found a niche as a utility player. He played 9 seasons in the majors, from 1985 to 1993. After his retirement, he became a television baseball commentator.After researching the craziest moments in baseball history Steve "Psycho" Lyons invites you to debate the wacky and heroic moments. You can see Sportstalkny every Wednesday night from 9 PM to !! pm at sportstalknylive.com

35 MIN2009 JUL 1
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STEVE LYONS

MIKE RICHTER

USA HALL OF GOALIE AND ALL TIME GREAT MIKE RICHTER STOPS BY TO TALK TO MARK ROSENMAN AND AJ CARTER OF SPORTSTALKNY TO TALK ABOUT HIS FORMER TEAMMATE BRIAN LEETCH AND THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT LEETCH IS PART OF THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUES HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2009. MIKE ALSO TALKS ABOUT THE MAGICAL STANLEY CUP SEASON OF 1994 . YOU CAN CATCH SPORTSTALKNY EVERY WEDENSDAY NIGHT LIVE FROM 9 PM TO 11 PM EST BY GOING TO SPORTSTALKNYLIVE.C0M (LEAVE OFF THE WWW.) AND CLICK THE GO LIVE LINK AT 9 PM.

19 MIN2009 JUN 25
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MIKE RICHTER

CURT SMITH

CURT SNITH STOPS BY SPORTSTALKNY TO CHAT WITH MARK ROSENMAN AND AJ CARTER ABOUT HIS LATEST BOOK "PULL UP A CHAIR, THE VIN SCULLY STORY"Curt Smith is an American author, media host and columnist. He is a 1973 graduate of SUNY at Geneseo. He worked as a Gannett Company reporter, a speechwriter to former Texas Governor John Connolly, and an editor at the Saturday Evening Post. In 1989 he joined the George H.W. Bush Administration as a speechwriter.After Bush’s defeat in 1992 Smith lectured at the Smithsonian Institution and then turned to radio and television. From 1994 to 1996 he hosted the Midday Milwaukee talk show on radio station WISN. He also hosted WROC-TV’s Perfectly Clear program from 2000 to 2002 and a 1997-2002 series on the Fox Empire Sports Network.Currently Smith hosts the weekly Perspectives series on Rochester, New York’s NPR affiliate WXXI. The show deals with politics, pop culture, sports, and other topics. Smith is the author of 12 books including his new book “P...

26 MIN2009 JUN 24
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CURT SMITH
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