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NYVTmedia acquires Border Country Sports, to rename sports section

Granville, New York, Aug. 2, 2021--- NYVTmedia, the largest media company in Washington

County, New York, and the Lakes Region of Vermont, has announced its acquisition of “Border

Country Sports.” along with the redesign of the sports section of the weekly publications the

Granville Sentinel and the Whitehall Times.

NYVTmedia sports reporter and creator of “Border Country Sports” Keith Harrington will

continue his role as a top producer of high-quality sports articles with now expansive and more

timely coverage and posting of articles from sporting events in the Lakes Region of Vermont and

farther into Washington County. The weekly sports section will now be referred to as

“NYVTmedia presents Keith Harrington’s Border Country Sports.”

“One of the main draws of our northern publications on a weekly basis is our in-depth and

spectacular coverage of sports,” NYVTmedia publisher Mark Vinciguerra said. “Keith

Harrington has established himself as the face of the sports reporting scene in Washington

County and Lakes Region of Vermont, and for good reason. We are excited for the expansion of

coverage, the acquisition of ‘Border Country Sports’ and future projects and stories to come.”

"I am very excited about Border Country Sports and NYVTmedia joining forces,” Harrington

said. “Together, I believe we can become the leader in high school sports coverage in the New

York and Vermont border area. I am grateful to Mark and the NYVTmedia staff for the


Harrington has been covering local high school sports for Manchester Media, now NYVT

Media, since 2016. In 2020, Harrington started “Border Country Sports.” writing about high

school sports along the New York/Vermont border.

Harrington has recently been tasked with interviewing high school athletes, coaches and athletic

directors on-camera in association with the “NYVTmedia Sports Show with Keith Harrington

sponsored by Greenwich Ford” produced, edited and recorded by NYVTmedia senior reporter

Austin Crosier.

“In the time I’ve been associated with NYVTmedia and having played sports for 17 years prior

to coming on board, I have not seen an individual in the field of sports as sought out for coverage

or interviews as Keith is,” Crosier said. “Keith is the personification of connecting with the

source of his interview, generating a relatable conversation for the reader or viewer to connect

with and always has a story to share. I’m very proud of this merger and psyched to continue

working directly with Keith.”

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