Gregg Murphy
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Gregg Murphy

Gregg Murphy is a sports journalist[1] and was part of CN8's sports coverage. He hosted Out of Bounds, an hour-long sports program, airing at 7 p.m. weeknights, that examines the nation's biggest sports stories.

He explored issues impacting sports fans in CN8's viewing area from Maine to Virginia, and marshals the Out of Bounds experts chiming in from Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia to create lively discussion and energetic debate. Also, he contributed to CN8's sports productions year-round, as host or reporter for the network's live event coverage and specials.[]

Previously, Murphy served as the lead sports anchor for the 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. broadcasts of CN8 News each weeknight. Before joining CN8, Murphy spent two years as co-host and reporter for The Inquirer High School Sports Show alongside Joe Briscella. Prior to coming to Philadelphia, Murphy was the weekend sports anchor and reporter for WFMZ-TV in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Murphy also produced and hosted A Piece of the Game, a weekly sports memorabilia show that aired on Sports Channel.

Murphy appeared for the first time on NBC Sports Philadelphia on December 28, 2008 and hosted his first edition of Daily News Live on December 30. Beginning with the 2012 season, Murphy is also a member of the Philadelphia Phillies' broadcast team, providing reports from various locations throughout the stadium as the game goes along.[2] As well as occasional play-by-play.[3]

Personal life

Murphy was raised in Mount Laurel, New Jersey and attended Holy Cross Academy. He received a bachelor of science degree from Saint Joseph's University. He currently resides in the Mullica Hill section of Harrison Township, New Jersey with his wife and three children.[4][]

References

  1. ^ Marrapese-Burrell, Nancy (January 25, 2008). "Ch. 4 touts its access for Super Bowl coverage". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ "GREGG MURPHY JOINS PHILLIES BROADCAST CREW". CSN Philly. 21 February 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ "Phillies Broadcasters".
  4. ^ "Broadcasters". MLB.com. Retrieved .

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