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Jim White leaves Sky Sports News after 23 years

Jim White leaves Sky Sports News after 23 years

BREAKING NEWS, Football, Journalist, Sports
Jim White joined Sky Sports News in 1998; during his two decades with SSN he has interviewed everyone from Sir Alex Ferguson to Pele, being first with breaking news and pioneering SSN's groundbreaking Deadline Day coverage Jim White is leaving Sky Sports News after 23 years to focus on other media challenges. From interviewing Sir Alex Ferguson, Pele and Franz Beckenbauer, to the collapse of the European Super League, plus countless deadline day scoops, Jim has always been first with the breaking news. White donned his now-iconic yellow tie on every Transfer Deadline Day to become synonymous with Sky Sports News' coverage. "After 23 fantastic years, it's time to bid farewell to Sky Sports. After much thought and with a heavy heart I leave Sky Sports News - but what a j...
Colleagues and more hail Lou Reuter as he leaves ADE sports job

Colleagues and more hail Lou Reuter as he leaves ADE sports job

GAMES, Journalist, OLYMPICS, Sports
SARANAC LAKE — Here are some comments by people who worked with Lou Reuter, either as a co-worker or through sports, about his departure from the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and Lake Placid News after 26-and-a-half years as sports writer. “I cannot think of a more invested, truly local sports reporter than Lou Reuter. His love of community and the role of athletics within it are abundantly clear. Lou consistently highlighted the very best among our youth and their accomplishments. His unwavering commitment to covering our interscholastic events will surely be missed.” — Eric Bennett, athletic director and head football coach, Saranac Lake Central School District “Lou has been such an inspiration to me since I started working at the Press-Republican. I remember meeting him for...