Colin Coulahan

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I first entered the broadcast industry at the age of 14 while I was a freshman at Thomas McKean High School. He started out as a Disc Jockey for the school’s radio station, 88.1 FM WMHS, and quickly rose to the top of the class. Not only confined to the DJ booth, I was also a news and sports anchor for the station, going out to record interviews at school events and with people involved with the 2004 elections.

During his senior year I hosted two shows every day, doing the morning and afternoon drive shifts. He also ran the board for the stations very first remote broadcast and for the first play-by-play broadcasts for McKean’s basketball and football games.

For a small part of my freshman year I was the Executive Producer for McKean’s morning television show, which was broadcasted over the school on a closed circuit system. I was also a frequent guest on 1450 WILM’s student journalist night, which was a roundtable discussion with students from all over the state.

During my second semester at Delaware Tech he joined The River 92.9 as an intern. After working with the promotions department, I was enlisted to the UD Football broadcast team as a Production Assistant for the 2006 season. After the football team ended their season I joined the station as an employee, running the board for the broadcasts for the UD Basketball games and the Wilmington Blue Rocks. This season will be my second as Studio engineer during all the football

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  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 1906 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury

    Hey,

    After the great success of my first article about the uniform numbers 1-10, I have come back with the next installment, with the best players to wear the uniform numbers 11-20. I hope you can take a look and even comment on my choices. Thanks in advance!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/217379-best-current-baseball-players-by-uniform-number-11-20

    - Matthew Falkenbury

  • Stephen Meyer posted 1966 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer

    Hey Colin,

    Ryan Zimmerman’s hit streak halted at 30 games last night. As one streak ends, another is admired. Read about how Joe DiMaggio forever redefined ’56,’ and how his feat may never be broken. It is a record that thankfully cannot be broken through steroid use, and represents all that was once right in a game that has since gone so wrong.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/175186-one-streak-ends-another-is-admired-how-joe-dimaggio-redefined-56

    Thanks in advance!

    -Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)

  • Nick Signorelli posted 1970 days ago

    Nick Signorelli

    CBSSports has asked us what we would ask if we were given the opportunity to interview one of the stars of our team. Here is what my interview with Big Ben Roethlisberger would look like.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/172377-my-hopeful-future-interview-with-big-ben-roethlisberger

    If you get the chance, please take a read, and feel free to comment.
    Thanks,
    Nick

  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 1975 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury

    Hey,

    I think that its time for Joe Girardi to get his walking papers. I think the Yanks are better off with a new skipper. What do you think. Take a look at my latest article and comment on if you think Girardi should stay. Thanks in advance

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/168297-is-it-time-for-girardi-to-be-fired

    - Matthew Falkenbury

  • Paul Swaney posted 1975 days ago

    Paul Swaney

    Colin-
    I have found over the past month or so that I write best when I allow my heart to lead my head. Please check out my latest, I would be interested in any feedback you may have, or even anyone who would make your team. Thanks

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/167828-the-baseball-players-i-root-for

  • Stephen Meyer posted 1976 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer

    Hey Colin,

    Lou Gehrig has somehow been forgotten amongst the game’s immortals, even though he was possibly even more of a reason for the success of Ruth’s 1927 Yankees. Read about the quiet, forgotten leader of “Murderer’s Row,” Henry Lou Gehrig.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/167924-lou-gehrig-remembering-the-quiet-forgotten-leader-of-murderers-row?just_published=1

    Thanks in advance!

    -Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)

  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 1976 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury

    Hey,

    I just wrote an article going over the best Yankee moments to occur against the Red Sox in the old Yankee Stadium before they play their first game of the rivalry in the New Yankee Stadium, I hope you enjoy and Thanks in advance.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/167622-top-five-yankee-moments-vs-red-sox-at-yankee-stadium

  • B Mac posted 2005 days ago

    B Mac

    So much for New York hospitality. The Mets Police have officially claimed their first victim.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/151254-can-you-believe-it-first-phillies-casualty-at-citi-field

    You should get a bit of a laugh out of this. Even though it's not supposed to be funny. Anyway, I would like your input.

  • Thomas H. posted 2011 days ago

    Thomas H.

    We still love sports, even in the middle of the recession, because, truly, were scared...

    Truly my best peice, please read!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/147720-we-love-sports-now-more-than-ever-why-because-were-scared?just_published=1

  • T.A posted 2069 days ago

    T.A

    do you think Rodney Harrison is a Hall Of Famer
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/117820-is-rodney-harrison-a-hall-of-famer