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Kevin Nathan

Sports Anchor

WVIT

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1422 New Britain Ave.

West Hartford, Connecticut,06110

United States

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Q+A: Kevin Nathan : IF Management

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Q+A: Kevin Nathan
IF Management - March 12, 2014 | IF Tips Kevin Nathan is the sports director at WVIT, the NBC affiliate in Hartford, CT. A six-time New England Emmy winner and also a six-time recipient of the Connecticut Sportscaster of the Year award, Kevin traveled to Sochi to cover last month's Olympic Games. I recently spoke with Kevin about his overall experience, specific highlights from the Games, and efforts to learn the Russian language. First off, tell me about the overall experience. Kevin Nathan: It was an awesome Olympics, my best one yet. Nathan: The events didn't drive us. Nathan: I did get one full day off and decided to put skis on for the first time since the '02 Olympics. Nathan: Well my oldest son is 17 - he is a junior in high school and has been taking Russian since 7th grade. So I went to his class before the Olympics and we shot a couple of TV pieces where they gave me notecards with words and phrases.


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WVIT's Kevin Nathan anchors Olympic coverage for NBC affiliate
WVIT photo: Kevin Nathan, sports director for WVIT, will be chasing the Olympic stories in London. WVIT (NBC Connecticut) Sports Director Kevin Nathan, one of the only local media people from the state in London to cover the Olympic Games, says it's not about athletes winning shiny medals for him. It's about their stories. But Nathan still believes in the old approach. "Since I've started my career, I've had a couple of good mentors, and that's been drilled into me, and that's part of my DNA now," he said recently. "I'm all about telling a story that's gonna have mass appeal. ... Obviously we're going to focus on the result, to a degree, but it's how they got there, who these people are, what's making them unique..." A New Hampshire native who went to Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, Nathan said he has survived in the business with that mantra about storytelling. "Anybody can give you sports and highlights. Anybody. It's not that hard." Nathan, who also covered the Salt Lake City games in 2002 and arrived early Monday in London, has been airing preview pieces to set the scene. He was slated to start going live Thursday, the opening ceremonies are tonight at 7:30, and the bulk of the athletes are in competition starting Saturday. He will file reports from across the pond until Aug. 13. Nathan said the 10 NBC-owned stations (mostly in the bigger markets) will have a handful of reporters and pool photographers available to help out the local reporters do their reports. But mainly it all falls on him to get reports back to the West Hartford station. He's also doing his own editing. "It's important for the station to have me live for our late local news," said Nathan, "which during the Olympics a lot of nights will be after midnight. So ... it's 5 a.m. over there." He said the real challenge won't be staying up at night, but "the hardest part will be the turnaround, when maybe you get to sleep at 7 a.m. (London time) and then there's something you need to cover at noon the next day. Continued... Nathan said there about 25 people with Connecticut ties in the Olympics, including not only basketball's Geno Auriemma and the six former Huskies, but seven rowers with ties to the Connecticut. "And those events, on a good day I understand with no traffic, are an hour or two away." He said he won't get to the rowing and sailing every day, but he knows he has to get out there at least once. Nathan, a boyish-looking 44 and the married father of three, says the British local flavor should be intriguing. A 7:30 p.m. show Monday, "The Olympic Zone," will take a little content from Nathan and other local stations' reporters and present it via Joe D'Ambrosio and WVIT's John Chandler in the studio. Asked about his easygoing style, Nathan said, "I'm not a shtick guy," He said his experience allows him the freedom to insert some opinions, but "the biggest thing I try to do is recognize who our audience is. Ahead of time, Nathan was very high on one completed feature about Hartford's colorful Lindy Remigino, who won Olympic gold in 1952 "at 5 feet, 6, 135 pounds," said Nathan. Ahead of time, Nathan was very high on one completed feature about Hartford's colorful Lindy Remigino, who won Olympic gold in 1952 "at 5 feet, 6, 135 pounds," said Nathan.


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