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I betcha one of the TV networks that came calling was ESPN Classics. One of my favorite features is 
"Classic Fights" when they use old black and white films with audio from the radio broadcast of the 
fight.

Thanks for the link. This is a great article. This guy is to sports audio what David Goldin was to 
OTR and what Joe Bussard is to obscure 78's.

-- Tom Fine

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> This was sent to me by a friend. Really interesting stuff (and I am not a sports fan)!
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> Barbara
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> *Cheering Section:  Let's Go to the Audiotape*
> By VINCENT M. MALLOZZI 
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> John Miley Jr, a 75-year-old retired businessman, owns perhaps the world's largest sports audio 
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