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|Born||1955 (age 58–59)|
|Education||B.A., Masters in Journalism from the University of South Carolina|
Stu Klitenic is an American sports radio and television personality.
Klitenic was a standout basketball player at Northwood High School in Silver Spring, Maryland. He was named "All-Met" in 1973 and in 2008 was named one of the top Montgomery County shooters of the 1970s. From 1973 through 1977, Klitenic played on the basketball team at the University of South Carolina under Hall of Fame coach Frank McGuire. In May 1977, he was selected as one of 12 Jewish basketball players from the United States to compete in the 1977 Maccabiah Games in Israel. That team went on to win the gold medal. In 1998, he was named to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington's Sports Hall of Fame.
He worked at WBNS-TV in Columbus, Ohio, during the mid-1980s. Until mid-1989, he was sports director at television station KTVI in St. Louis, Missouri. In the 1990s, he was the sports anchor at WSB-TV in Atlanta. In 2005, he was named co-host of the Atlanta Braves postgame show with former Brave Mark Lemke.
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- "NFL Blacks Out Vikings-Bears Game In Atlanta, Spurs Calls to WAGA-TV". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. September 18, 1989. p. C2. Retrieved June 10, 1989. "WSB-TV (Channel 2) introduced Stu Klitenic, its new weekend anchor."
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- "Baseball 2005: Total Access Fan's Guide". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. April 3, 2005. p. P23. Retrieved June 10, 2013. "Stu Klitenic and Mark Lemke will be the new pre- and post-game hosts, with the other broadcasters rotating as guests for the pre-game show."
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