Nancy Newman

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Nancy Newman is an anchor and reporter on the YES Network.

Newman began her career as a radio personality in Barrie, Ontario.[1] In 1988 she joined Scarborough Cable 10, where she eventually became sports director.[2] Newman then did freelance work for CHCH-TV in Toronto and TSN, including on horse racing and motorsport programs. In Canada she worked under her given name Nancy Xynos. In 1992, she was chosen out of hundreds of candidates to replace Hannah Storm at CNN Sports and CNNSI. At CNN, she began using mother's maiden name, Newman, on-air.[1] In 2003, Newman joined YES Network. She is a host/anchor for the New York Yankees Pre-Game Show and the New York Yankees Post-Game Show for New York Yankees telecasts, as well as the pregame and postgame shows for the Brooklyn Nets. She is also the host of Yankees Magazine, the official magazine show of the New York Yankees. In addition, Newman was a Reporter for NBC at the 2004 Olympics Games in Athens, Greece.[3] Newman holds a degree from the University of Toronto.


  1. ^ a b McKee, Ken (September 18, 1992). "Xynos puts confidence to work as new sports anchor for CNN". Toronto Star. 
  2. ^ "Meeting Place". University of Toronto Scarborough. University of Toronto Scarborough. Retrieved September 9, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Biography". CNNSI. Retrieved 2006-11-09. 

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