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Headshot of Ken Newans. To the right of the headshot, you can read his FRC biography.
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Ken Newans

Ken Newans was born in Rouleau, Saskatchewan, tried teaching school, and then started a long and rewarding sportscasting career. Newans started in Moose Jaw, then Regina, then Calgary in 1968 and became sports director at CFCN-TV in 1971.

Newans liked the job so much he kept it for over 20 years. He was very involved with club promotional activities during the 12 seasons he did Stampeders play-by-play and later became the Public Announcer voice of the Stamps.

Inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame-Media Wing in 1991

Class of 1991

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