World Tennis TV with Harry Cicma
Harry Cicma interviews John McEnroe
Harry Cicma interviews Pete Sampras
Excerpts of the show from the World Tennis Magazine YouTube Channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/WorldTennisMagazine) can be seen here:
“World Tennis with Harry Cicma Presented by Infiniti of Norwood” is a nationally televised tennis television show featuring exclusive interviews and features with the biggest names in tennis. The show has aired on the New England Sports Network (NESN) since 2009, and also airs on Comcast Sports Net Mid Atlantic, and can also be seen here on www.WorldTennisMagazine.com.
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Cicma has worked in the TV industry for more than a decade. He currently works as an on air TV talent for NBC Sports Network in New York City. For four years, he served as the main TV sports producer and anchor/reporter at NBC WJAR Providence, where he produced the NBC10 New England Patriots NFL Show, and NBC Big East Providence Basketball Coach’s Show. Cicma has also worked as a TV sports anchor/producer at CBS in Springfield, Mass., and ABC in Sioux City, Iowa. He is the co-founder and host of “World Tennis with Harry Cicma” and has been an on-air TV commentator for other networks including Fox Sports Net and Tennis Channel. He is the TV voice of World Team Tennis, which airs nationally on Comcast SportsNet, MSG Network and on Tennis Channel, and he announced the US Open on International World Feed Television, while also serving as the US Open Arthur Ashe Stadium court host. Cicma is the Executive Producer and host for numerous TV broadcasts, including SNY TV’s Fencing Masters NYC, NESN’s Pro Squash Tour, FOX’s Ping Pong Series, Comcast SportsNet’s Boston Lobsters Report, and all Beach Tennis USA National telecasts. Harry began his career working as a production assistant in New York City, for CBS Sports, ESPN and FOX Sports Net, and one of the highlights of his career was covering the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics for NBC Sports National. A former ATP world-ranked doubles player, he was also a standout Big East tennis player at Rutgers University.
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