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Galvin accepts TV sports gig in Bakersfield

Galvin-JasonWhen one sportscaster makes a career move it often triggers a domino effect, opening a new opportunity for another broadcaster. The dominos have fallen in favor of Jason Galvin, the new Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter at KGET 17 in Bakersfield, CA. “KGET is the No. 1 station in the market, and Bakersfield is so close to so many bigger markets, it really has paid dividends over and over again for reporters looking to use the Golden Empire to ignite their career.”

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