Valley Indy Radio: Neech, Plus Big Campaign News!

It’s a two-for-one special on the latest “Navel Gazing: The Valley Indy Podcast.”

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This episode is sponsored by The Valley Gives Back, a new initiative from The Valley Community Foundation.

First, Derby’s Mike Cannici talks about doing play-by-play and color commentary with Sean Morse.

Cannici and Morse are working with to broadcast one Valley football game per week online.

Monthly passes for the service starts at $9.95.

Search “Valley Sports HS” on for more information.

Cannici, a Derby High School graduate, and Morse, an Ansonia High School graduate, also produce “Hometown Heroes,” a sports interview show on Comcast, and they post classic Valley football games on their YouTube channel.

Cannici also hosts the great “Valley Sports Rewind,” a weekly sports talk show produced by The Valley Indy, and he’s one of the organizers of the Derby Athletic High School Hall of Fame.


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Big Campaign News!

In the second part of the podcast, Valley Indy reporters Eugene Driscoll and Ethan Fry update the public on some very exciting news coming from the mayoral campaigns in Ansonia and Derby.

The second part of the podcast begins approximately 17 minutes and 43 seconds into the broadcast.

The reporters also talk about how this political season has been a bit nastier than previous seasons in the Valley. The discussion includes the practice of passing anonymous tips to media outlets.

“Navel Gazing” is a weekly podcast/radio show launched in 2011.

The podcast can be found on YouTube, Libsyn, iTunes, and SoundCloud.

It also plays Mondays at 12 p.m. on WNHH-LP FM, 103.5 FM in the City of New Haven.


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