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  2. Raycom Sports - Wikipedia

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    Raycom Sports is a Charlotte, North Carolina –based producer of sports television programs owned by Gray Television . It was founded in 1979 by husband and wife, Rick and Dee Ray. In the 1980s, Raycom Sports established a prominent joint venture with Jefferson-Pilot Communications which made them partners on the main Atlantic Coast Conference ...

  3. List of former ACC Network (Raycom Sports) affiliates

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    The following is a list of affiliates with the former ACC Network, an ad hoc syndicated sports network operated by Raycom Sports and featuring the athletic teams of the Atlantic Coast Conference. This network is not to be confused with the ACC Network linear channel (announced on July 21, 2016 by the league and ESPN) which launched in 2019. [1]

  4. Raycom Media - Wikipedia

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    Raycom Media. Raycom Media, Inc. was an American television broadcasting company based in Montgomery, Alabama. Raycom owned and/or provided services for 65 television stations and two radio stations across 44 markets in 20 states. Raycom, through its Community Newspaper Holdings subsidiary, also owned multiple newspapers in small and medium ...

  5. According to Shapiro, there’s a straightforward reason the retirement age should be raised: average life expectancy has increased in the last few decades. Back in 1935, President Franklin ...

  6. List of country calling codes - Wikipedia

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    Zone 5 uses eight 2-digit codes (51–58) and two sets of 3-digit codes (50x, 59x) to serve South and Central America. Zone 6 uses seven 2-digit codes (60–66) and three sets of 3-digit codes (67x–69x) to serve Southeast Asia and Oceania. Zone 7 uses an integrated numbering plan; two digits (7x) determine the area served: Russia or Kazakhstan.

  7. Ronald M. Shapiro - Wikipedia

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    From 1972 to 1974, Shapiro served as Maryland State Securities Commissioner. In 1972, he founded a Baltimore law firm now known as Shapiro Sher. [3] Subsequently, in 1976, Shapiro founded Shapiro, Robinson & Associates, [4] a sports management firm. In 1995, he founded Shapiro Negotiations Institute, [5] a negotiation seminar and consulting firm.

  8. Woodbridge Securities - Wikipedia

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    On August 7, 2019 Robert H. Shapiro, the former CEO of the Woodbridge Group of Companies, pled guilty and admitted in Miami federal court that he "misappropriated" between $25 million and $95 million of the investors' money to allow him and his family to pay for an estate in the Los Angeles area, chartered planes, global travel, jewellery ...

  9. Travis Kelce reacts to teammate Harrison Butker’s ... - AOL

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    Travis Kelce is giving his take on Kansas City Chiefs teammate Harrison Butker’s controversial commencement speech earlier this month at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas.