KENNY KELLY TO HEAD NEW ABA RADIO NETWORK
The American Basketball Association (ABA) today announced that Kenny Kelly has been named VP of ABA Radio Network, the league’s newest initiative. “Kenny has had a lot of success in music and basketball,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman. “A very talented young man and we believe the ABA Radio Network will give him a platform to showcase his talents combining music, news, basketball and entertainment and become the face and voice of ABA Radio.”
“I am very excited about this opportunity,” added Kelly. “I really look forward to putting together a very interesting and unique platform compared to other professional sports…radio is the one thing that the ABA has been missing and I feel that I can become a huge part of something very special. There will be so much great stuff as we truly get behind the scenes in this fabulous league and show why it has grown to become the largest professional sports league in the world…and to that we’ll add tons of musical entertainment. One of our goals will be to syndicateABA Radio to radio stations throughout the country where ABA teams are playing.”
Before becoming owner of the Atlanta Rapper basketball team, Kelly played Division I basketball for TCU and U of Hawaii and also played in the ABA.
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