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    NBC to Bulk Up Olympic Coverage

    NBC to Bulk Up Olympic Coverage (NBC to release complete details later Monday - includes announcement that Terry Gannon has been hired to anchor several skating shows as a part of Universal Sports off ice coverage).

    One of the shows Gannon will host will be similar to the 2006 Olympics show,"Olympic Ice."

    http://vancouver2010.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/01/03/nbc-to-bulk-up-olympic-coverage/

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    Now that is some great news! I rather miss Terry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Now that is some great news! I rather miss Terry!
    I do too. Glad he will be on board for the Olympic coverage. Phil Hersh reports in his blog that he will be a panelist on a show called "Meet the Olympic Press" that will air on Universal Sports.

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    That news makes my day! He really developed into a true fan of the sport. He was always professional and prepared. It's a shame he hasn't had a chance to work an Olympics before. Class act.

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    For Those who do not get Universal Sports Cable Channel...

    Earlier tonight I emailed Adam Freifeld, Senior Director, Communications for NBC Sports and Olympics. He has replied confirming that the daily hour long Skating Show hosted by Terry Gannon (2-3pm ET) WILL be streamed on NBCOlympics.com.

    So if you do not have Universal Sports Channel in your area you can watch on NBCOlympics.com.

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