Noah Smith

Noah Smith

Vault Manager at Republic Editorial

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Location:
2626 Cole Ave. Ste. 100, Dallas, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(214) 954-1996
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last updated 11/23/2017

General Information

Experience

Content Approval Freelancer  - TripAdvisor LLC

Publications Coordinator  - Hockey East Online

Internship  - Red Car

Bell Attendant  - Hyatt Corporation

Director of Media Relations  - Hockey East Online

Marketing Communications Consultant  - The American Hockey Institute

Freelance Audio Engineer  - Pastoral Reflections Institute

Education

professional writing , Northeastern University

B.A.  - Dramatic Literature , UC Santa Barbara

Recent News  

NOAH SMITHDIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS Noah Smith enters his sixth year as Hockey East's Media Relations Director.Smith spent the two years prior to his appointment at Hockey East working at the Athletic Media Relations office at Northeastern University, where he studied professional writing in the graduate program.He was the host media coordinator for the 1999 NCAA Field Hockey Championships and the 2000 AWCHA Women's Ice Hockey Championships. At Hockey East, Smith has been consistently innovative in enhancing the league's image through more refined publicity and presentational material.He has also dramatically overhauled the league's archives, including the graphics and statistics libraries.A native of San Gabriel, California, Smith is a 1994 graduate of UC Santa Barbara, where he obtained a B.A. in Dramatic Literature as well as a coaching certification.He was instrumental in expanding UCSB's recreational hockey programs and worked extensively with the university's lacrosse program.He anchored a weekly hockey radio show and covered several sports beats for the campus' daily newspaper. Smith was married in July of 2004 and lives in Waltham with his wife, Sandi.

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Noah Smith, media relations director for the Hockey East Association, the 10-team league to which UNH belongs, said the association also heard objections to "Black Betty" in the past.He said association members had "a couple of discussions" with UNH officials and decided the song was "probably inappropriate." But Hockey East can't force UNH, or any other school, to knock "Black Betty" off its playlist.Colleges must make that decision on their own, Smith said.

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Noah Smith, media relations director for the Hockey East Association, the 10-team league to which UNH belongs, said the association also heard objections to "Black Betty" in the past.He said association members had "a couple of discussions" with UNH officials and decided the song was "probably inappropriate." Colleges must make that decision on their own, Smith said.

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