My name is Adam Belue, I'm from Fall River, MA, and I'm a sports fanatic. Sports is basically all I watch, all I talk about, and all I think about. Other than girls of course. Especially Taylor Swift. I've played tennis for about two-thirds of my life, though thanks to a knee injury I can't play right now. I will watch just about any and every sport, and even those fringe sports that aren't really sports like professional bowling and poker (which I'm watching as I write this). I'm a huge Green Bay Packers fan, and love the other local sports teams besides the Patriots. I've been following hockey for about five years. I fell in love with watching the Bruins after seeing a game live at the Garden. If you've never seen a hockey game live I would totally recommend doing so. It is a completely different game live and by far the most fun I have ever had at a live event (other than a Taylor Swift concert... yeah I'm obsessed with her... just giving a heads-up since she will be mentioned in my pieces it's inevitable that will happen). It should be glaringly obvious by reading this profile that I am pretty sarcastic, and I will try to bring some of my humor to my pieces on the site.
Let's go Bruins... we want the Cup!
As a life-long NASCAR fan that grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, I've often dreamed of covering the drivers I grew up watching on TV. In 2009 I began to do so for Cincinnati TV stations at Kentucky Speedway and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. I am a Mark Martin fan but cover all the fun stories from the garage area and often opine on the sport from a fan and media member's perspective.
Check out my blog at http://adamniemeyer.blogspot.com/ and follow me on Twitter: @adamniemeyer
Adam Lowenstein, who is from Massachusetts, hosts Inside the Game Wednesdays from 6 to 7 pm ET on CLNS Radio. He worked as the head manager for the Washington University in St. Louis basketball team. Lowenstein focuses his sports writing on basketball, specializing in the NBA. He has written statistical pieces for Celtics Hub, ESPN's TrueHoop Network affiliate of the Boston Celtics. In addition, he has interned with Boston’s two main sports radio stations as well as compiled and analyzed pertinent statistics for Sean Grande, the play-by-play announcer of the Celtics.
Co-Host of Patriots Beat on CLNSRadio and avid fan of Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics & Bruins for over 50 years...guess that makes me kind of old, huh! Native New Englander who grew up just outside of Boston and have lived in New England for about half of my life. I grew up listening to some of the great play-by-play announcers, including Curt Gowdy, Ned Martin, Fred Cusick, Bob Wilson, Bob Starr, Gil Santos and the legendary "Swish" Johnny Most.
Most pleasant memories involve attending Boston sporting events since I was 9 years old. Two highlights:
- 1999 All-Star game with the memorable Ted Williams tribute
- 2003 ALCS and being behind the Red Sox dougout when Don Zimmer lost his head and rushed Pedro Martinez.
Grew up watching Bobby Orr revolutionize the game of hockey...and Bill Russell change how basketball was played forever!
Have written for TruFan.com, 365SportsReport.com and now happy to be writing Patriots, Bruins & Red Sox articles for CLNSRadio.com.
Actively involved in the broadcast of sports from 1967 thru 2004. My personal favorite was interviewing Ted Williams in 1976. Had the pleasure of doing football & basketball play-by-play for SC State University and Elizabeth City (NC) State. Was lucky enough to call H.S. when Phil Ford & Buck Williams were in Rocky Mount, NC and Moses Malone in Petersburgh, Va. Also did play-by-play & PA work for the Kinston Blue Jays of the Carolina League. Had HOF pitcher Bob Feller as my color commentator on one game. Host of "Sports Links" in Burlington, VT from 1999 thru 2004.
Now semi-retired and residing in beautiful Naples, Fl
Married 45 Years (All to the same woman!) with 3 great children & 7 even greater grand kids
I am the Co-Host of the Careless Whispers podcast on the CLNS radio network, on Tuesdays at 9 eastern. I host many of our Celtics postgame podcasts, and occasionally produce articles for CLNS.com. My intention is to be as objective as possible. I like turkey sandwiches.
Jack is a Senior at the University of New Hampshire, majoring in Journalism with a focus in Communication and Sport Studies. Originally from Yarmouth, ME, Jack has spent most of his life following Boston Sports. Once in college, he realized that writing sports news and sports columns takes more than just follwoing sports and being a fan, and has taken that realization into his work.
Jack is part of the Bruins Beat Team at CLNS Radio, and will be talking everything Bruins throughout the 2014-2015 season.
His experience incudes being a weekly host on Wildchats, UNH's premiere sports talk show, at 91.3 WUNH Durham, NH, as well as being the website director and primary columnist for the sport department's website at WUNH. He continues to appear on the show and write for the website. He will also be live broadcasting UNH Football games as well as select basketball, field hockey, and volleyball games on WUNH this season.
Jack recently completed a four month long internship at Seacoast Media Group, based in Portsmouth, NH, covering the town of Exeter for the Exteter News-Letter, an edition of the Portsmouth Herald.
He has also had locker room experience covering a Bruins practice early in the 2013-2014 season, where he was able to interview my first professional player, Torey Krug.
Jack hopes to persue a career in sports broadcasting, no matter where that takes him. Though he loves the teams he's grown up with in Boston, Jack wants the oppurtunity to call games, something very few get to do.
Give me a follow on twitter @Jscal18_CLNS
On Google at +Jared
I am the host of Red Sox Beat podcast and the Bruins Beat Team manager here at CLNS. Previously I was a sports braadcaster and writer for WUNH Sports.
I am a 2014 graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Communication.
I am an aspiring sports radio host looking for a place to talk sports with the everyday, blue-collar fan. I am a graduate of the class of 2014 at the University of New Hampshire and have lived in the Boston area my whole life. I've grown up with these teams, and like you,
I have interned with 98.5 the Sports Hub, ESPN Radio and CSNNE.
I live and die by their success and failures. I'm a basketball enthusiast and a die-hard Celtics green-teamer.
I will state my opinon when asked for it and I love back and forth conversations with other fans. I'm excited to be a part of the CLNS experience and bring fans anything and everything sport.
Please visit our podcast at Http://clnsradio.com/RSBItunes and rate, review and subscribe! We are also on Stitcher at http://clnsradio.com/RSBstitcher
Jared Weiss is the Celtics Locker Room Reporter and Host of The Garden Report: Celtics Post Game Show on Celtics Blog and CLNS Radio. J Weiss hosts The Block Party on Thursday nights at 8 PM and enjoys long walks on the beach while watching Rajon Rondo game footage. You can reach J Weiss at JWeiss@clnsradio.com and @CLNS_JaredWeiss.
Jeff Kane is the Patriots Beat Manager for CLNS Radio He is the lead host for Patriots Beat and Host of the Patriots Post Game Show. His quick-witted style and knowlege of the New England Patriots are some of his endearing qualities to CLNS listeners.
Jeff is a lifelong Boston sports fan who grew up right outside of Boston. His passion for the New England Patriots dates back to watching his first game in 1984. Jeff grew up with love for the Larry Bird led Celtics, watching games after his bedtime with his father Chuck.
A self describe football know-it-all. Jeff says his favorite sports memories are the Snow Bowl Game and attending game one of the NBA playoffs with his father in 2008.
Jeff currently resides in New Hampton, New Hampshire with his Wife Michelle and his two sons Connelly and Saygen.
Jeff can be reached by email: email@example.com
Jess Thomas is a member of the Boston Celtics and Boston Red Sox beat teams for CLNS Radio. Jess also currently writes for the Stow/Bolton Independents, The Item and VAVEL USA.
Previously, Jess was General Manager for Framingham State University's radio station, WJDM 91.3 FM, as well as sports editor for FSU's newspaper, the Gatepost.
Prior to joining CLNS Radio, Jess was an intern at the official home of Boston Celtics telecasts, Comcast Sports Net New England, as well as WCVB.
Jess is a 2014 graduate of Framingham State University, with a degree in Communication Arts.
You can follow Jess on Twitter @CLNS_JessSayin
Kate is the host of "Race Talk Live with Kate Moss" which airs on CLNS Wednesday evenings from 7-8pmEST. A former radio personality and NASCAR show host at Froggy 101 in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton/Pocono, PA area, she has always had a love of NASCAR and sports in general.
A credentialed member of the media, she has had several guests on her show including NHRA Hall of Famer Doug Herbert, and NASCAR drivers and celebrities such as Jeff Burton, JJ Yeley, Alex Bowman, Ryan Preece, Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Chad Knaus, Rick Hendrick, Richard Childress, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kasey Kahne, Brendan Gaughan, Joey Colture, Miguel Paludo, and many more.
Join Kate as well for Kate's Song of the Week and the segment "Things that made ya go hmmmmmm....."
During her show, make sure you reach out with your opinions and comments! The call in number is 347-215-7771.
After the show airs live, be sure to catch it "on demand" on ITunes, BlogTalkRadio, YouTube, and CLNSRadio.com!
Kate is also the host of a TV show that airs in NE and Central PA that focuses on local events, people, and places.
Follow Kate on Twitter @KateMossCLNS, and "like" her page on FaceBook "Race Talk Live with Kate Moss."
Author of Fall of the Boston Celtics: How Bad Luck, Bad Decisions Brought the Mighty Celtics Empire to Its Knees and Ushered in the Dark Ages. Senior editor and featured columnist for CLNS Radio. Celtics Beat Podcast Executive Producer. Celtics writer and historian. E-mail: LHRussell@clnsradio.com
Mark Loiselle Jr. is a Celtics beat writer for CLNS Radio. He currently has a radio show called "The Sports Blast" on ESPN Radio in Nashua, New Hampshire, and writes for The Phinsider. In the past, his work has been published on NESN.com, Phinphanatic.com and Atlantic Twine.
Mark is a Warwick, Rhode Island native who recently graduated from Springfield College with a degree in communications/sports journalism. You can follow Mark on Twitter @mahkeyL34
Nathan is a huge huge sports fan. He goes to a ton of Red Sox games every year and goes down to spring training with his grandfather every year to watch his beloved Red Sox. Nathan is an inspiring journalist and former EBHS Journalist of the Year. Nathan hopes to major in journalism or communications in college. Nathan is a Red Sox and Bruins beat writer for CLNS and college basketball and Patriots contributor. He always appreciates comments on his work. 2x Fantasy Football Champion.
I also currently write for Chowder and Champions on Fansided and used to write for Bleacher Report.
Nick Gelso is the Founding Partner and CEO of North Station Media, CLNS Radio. Gelso has been covering the NBA and Boston Celtics since 2008. He has locker room experience and is an accomplished NBA columnist and radio personality. Gelso has appeared on Boston radio, Las Vegas television, ESPNBoston, CBS Sports. He is co-host of CLNSRadio's flagship production, the Celtics Late Night Show and co-owner of CLNSRadio.
Additionally, Gelso is the co-host of Beats & Eats Podcast. Beats & Eats is an entertainment, foodie and pop-culture podcast network. Beats & Eats hosts podcasts from Hell's Kitchen Chefs' Barret Beyer & Anthony Rodriguez. Actors such as Lydia Cornell and Matt Fahey. Technology expert, and CLNS Columnist, Rich Conte. Hell's Kitchen Chef Dan Ryan hosts a reddit-based, pop-culture podcast. Chopped Chef, Rob Burmeister & Hell's Kitchen Chef, Clemenza host the culinary-comedy podcast, "Chewing the Fat with Big and Beefy."
Patrick Shankhour is currently majoring in communications at Southern New Hampshire University. He co-host's "The Shankhour & Maggiore Show" here on CLNS Radio every Sunday. He is an expert on the Patriots, and will be providing you all with news and updates as he recieves them. Follow him on twitter at @CLNS_Patrick
Rich Conte has been passionately following the Boston Celtics and the NBA for almost 40 years. That interest began with the classic Game 5 of the 1976 NBA Final, blossomed during the original Big Three era, and persisted through the lean years of the 90s and the "Thanksdad" Gaston era. Rich has been blogging and podcasting through CLNS Radio for the past two years and also hosts a technology podcast; The Tech Life on the Beats and Eats network. You can follow him on Twitter @richconte and find him as a frequent contributor to the Celtics Beat Podcast discussion group on Facebook.
Sam is a Patriots writer for CLNS Radio. He is a graduate of Assumption College where he studied History, Marketing, and Political Science and was a Co-Producer on a weekly sports talk television show.
Sam has a baseball knowledge and that compares to that of Tim Kurkjian, football expertise equal to Adam Schefter, along with being very proficient in sports in general. He is an avid sports fan and columnist who brings ideas to the table that sparks the fun-filled sports debate that everybody enjoys and you'll love arguing with him (even though you'll never win one of those arguments).
Follow Sam on Twitter @SamPericolo
Scott has followed the New England Patriots since 2002.
Living in Nova Scotia, Canada there was not a large following of the NFL. Unfortunately other than talking his wife's ear off about the Patriots, there was no outlet for him to express his thoughts.
Luckily he has also found a new home here at clnsradio. All this coverage has finally provided a well-deserved break for his supportive wife Carrie.
Scott and Carrie have two beautiful, creative and fun-loving kids. Brady (I wonder where he got that name) who is five and Abigail, his daughter, who just turned three. During the winter on Sunday's, you can find them all gathered together, enjoying Patriots football.
Sean Bakke is co-owner of North Station Media. Bakke is an experienced blogger and podcaster. Bakke is the Content Director at the CLNS Radio online magazine. and responsible for managing all written content as well as any related media content on CLNSRadio.com. He oversees the management of all CLNS Radio beat writing teams and their managers with regards to editorial content and promotion in order to ensure the quality and integrity of its published work. His role includes the recruitment of talented contributors who are dedicated to the same values and the continuous improvement of all CLNS Radio products.
Sean will mentor you in how to incorporate writing into your podcast promotions. Bakke is also the Director of Sales at CLNS Radio. He will mentor you on how to monetize your production in a realistic and viable program that will not make you false promises, or give you false hope for getting rich quick in the podcast world. Bakke will plot you a realistic course thru monetizing your show with tempered, yet realistic expectations for how to monetize. Sean also happens to be the co-host of his own podcast on CLNS Radio, The Evening Score Sports Podcast.
You can download the podcast on iTunes at www.clnsradio.com/ESPiTunes OR on Stitcher below.
Shane Bourque is a Rhode Island College graduate with a Bachelor's in Communications working towards a career in sports broadcasting. Baseball is his passion and field of expertise. Shane wrote for ScoutRI.com in high school and interned with ABC 6 in junior year at RIC. Currently Shane works at Advance Auto Parts in Westerly, RI part time. In his free time aside from watching sports Shane works on cars, plays guitar, and rides ATVs. He is a fan of all the New England teams, but truly is a fan of anything baseball.
Ty is a frequent host of the CLNS Celtics Post Game Show and co-host of Celtics Town King Of The Court podcast featured on CLNS radio. His 20 year career in both tv and radio has allowed him to cover some of the biggest events in sports. He cites the 2001 MLB All-Star game in Seattle as well as the 2001 Stanley Cup finals among his favorite experiences. His dream interview would include dinner and conversation with Celtics legend Bill Russell.
Media correspondent for the NBA & various sporting events.
NBA Contributor for Dime Magazine.
Co-Host of the weekly NBA Podcast "The Baseline"
Former Contributor to Pro Sports Blogging
Former Contributor to RealGm.Com
Former Contributor to Celticslife.com