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February 8, 2000 | BILL DWYRE
Longtime sportscaster Keith Jackson was inducted into the Southern California Sportscasters Hall of Fame on Monday at the group's annual awards luncheon at Lakeside Country Club, then turned around during his acceptance speech and donated $5,000 to the group. Jackson, whose broadcasting roots are in Los Angeles, made the donation to help the group's annual scholarship program, which is designed to give college students starts in the industry.
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February 1, 2005 | Tim Brown
We'd heard his voice enough to know that it wasn't quite right, exactly. We'd seen him so many times ambling through the hallways of Dodger Stadium, body bent slightly forward as if into a slight breeze, recorder and microphone dangling from his hands, forever leading with his thin and inviting smile, to know that it wasn't quite him, exactly. Ross Porter's family, some of whom had traveled from Oklahoma and Texas, and Peter O'Malley sat to his right. Vin Scully was to his left.
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February 1, 2005 | Tim Brown
We'd heard his voice enough to know that it wasn't quite right, exactly. We'd seen him so many times ambling through the hallways of Dodger Stadium, body bent slightly forward as if into a slight breeze, recorder and microphone dangling from his hands, forever leading with his thin and inviting smile, to know that it wasn't quite him, exactly. Ross Porter's family, some of whom had traveled from Oklahoma and Texas, and Peter O'Malley sat to his right. Vin Scully was to his left.
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February 8, 2000 | BILL DWYRE
Longtime sportscaster Keith Jackson was inducted into the Southern California Sportscasters Hall of Fame on Monday at the group's annual awards luncheon at Lakeside Country Club, then turned around during his acceptance speech and donated $5,000 to the group. Jackson, whose broadcasting roots are in Los Angeles, made the donation to help the group's annual scholarship program, which is designed to give college students starts in the industry.
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