Ayanna Likens To KSL Tv; Kraken Tv Acquires Eddie Olczyk

Ayanna Likens
Ayanna Likens, former KHQ reporter who exited in May, turns up in July at KSL NBC 5/Salt Lake City. Ayanna is now working on the Special Projects/Enterprise team at KSL tv.

Ayanna Likens – KSL tv

The Seattle Kraken are reportedly set to add Eddie Olczyk to their television broadcast team after an impending departure from the Chicago Blackhawks.
Olczyk’s brother, Ricky, is an assistant general manager of the Kraken under G.M. Ron Francis.

Per the report, Olczyk will join the Kraken’s broadcasts and continue in his role working nationally televised games for TNT as an analyst as well. The Kraken’s TV broadcasts on ROOT Sports have featured John Forslund as the play-by-play voice with former NHL player J.T. Brown providing color commentary. FOX13

Eddie Olczyk

Author: Jason Remington

Creator, Admin, & Editor of PugetSound.Media, former broadcaster at KAMT/Tacoma, KRPM FM/Tacoma, KJUN/Puyallup, KASY/Auburn, KTAC AM/Tacoma, KBRD FM/Tacoma, KMTT FM/Tacoma, and KOOL FM/Phoenix. - Jason Remington Airchecks

4 thoughts on “Ayanna Likens To KSL Tv; Kraken Tv Acquires Eddie Olczyk

  1. At one time, the Cowles family owned KHQ TV, AM and FM, as well as the city’s two newspapers, The Spokesman Review and the Spokane Chronical, so the family had a pretty big reach in the Inland Empire.

  2. At one point, the Baker family owned the Tacoma News Tribune, Cable TV Puget Sound, KTNT-AM, KNBQ-FM, KTNT-TV and Radio Page (beepers). There is a medical center in Tacoma named in honor of the Bakers.

  3. The Cowles Family still owns KHQ TV as well as a cluster of Montana TV outlets. They are a good operation…

  4. As a young man, I worked for the Communicana Group in Indiana, AM-FM-TV in Elkhart-South Bend, AM-FM-TV in Ft. Wayne, plus the Elkhart daily newspaper and the Hotel Elkhart. I found out that Communicana was family-owned when I said on the air, “This weather forecast is a dilly!” My station manager burst into the control room and told me never to say that again. It turns out the owners were the Dille family (yes, pronounced “dilly”), who incidentally had made their fortune as copyright owners of Buck Rogers comics and movies.

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