Larry Kane, known as the dean of Philadelphia television news anchors, will mark 55 years in Philadelphia broadcasting in September 2021. He’s been in broadcasting since the age of 15 in Miami radio in 1957. After his anchoring career ended, Kane hosted the Voice of Reason program on The Comcast Network through 2014. Kane is currently a special contributor for Audacy’s (formerly CBS) KYW News radio, and was a consultant for NBC Sports Group, including NBC’S regional sports networks and the Golf Channel, where he worked developing broadcaster’s careers and advising management. . Larry has also worked with The Comcast Corporation in a management advisory role, mentoring and advising managers and executive at different levels. In a “different role” Kane has a major part in Ron Howard’s film “Eight Days A Week”, The Touring Years. He is currently helping behind the scenes with New Zealand ‘s famous director Peter Jackson on a new Beatles film titled “Get Back". Read more...
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