Alexander, Connie 2015-12-08

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This interview features former sportscaster Connie Alexander. Alexander discusses attending college in New Mexico and beginning his career in broadcasting. Alexander did play by play for University of New Mexico athletics, the Western Athletic Conference, and several bowl games. Alexander reflects upon his career and talks about how sportscasting has changed

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Connie Alexander

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Date: December 08, 2015

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Interviewer: William Tydeman

Length: 01:25:29


Connie’s innovations and accomplishments, Background, College and part-time job, Baseball broadcast, Broadcasting New Mexico athletics, CBS, WAC broadcasting, NCAA tournaments and continued broadcasting for UNM, Campaigning for stricter drug laws, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Current state of sports broadcasting

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Transcript: Available on Dspace

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