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Philadelphia News Veteran Joins Brownstein Group

Philadelphia broadcasting veteran Larry Kane will serve as a strategic consultant to The Brownstein Group. Kane, who announced his retirement from KYW-TV last month, has more than 45 years of experience in broadcasting journalism

Paul Holmes

PHILADELPHIA—Philadelphia broadcasting veteran Larry Kane will serve as a strategic consultant to The Brownstein Group.

Kane, who announced his retirement from KYW-TV last month, has more than 45 years of experience in broadcasting journalism, including coverage that runs the gamut from historical world news events to local human-interest and public service stories. Kane is also an author and has a new book, “Ticket to Ride,” due out next summer.

In his new role, Kane will work closely with TBG president Marc Brownstein and Beth Bacha, director of public relations, to provide value-added counsel, training and strategic direction to both clients and staff. Kane will also spearhead media and presentations skills training and assist with corporate speech writing.

“My retirement as news anchor provides me the opportunity to pursue a variety of related opportunities that have been of interest to me for years,” said Larry Kane. “I’ve always wanted to work on the ‘other side’ of journalism, helping clients and marketing professionals develop plans, craft messages and create programs, events and sponsorships that will resonate with media and their respective audiences.”

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