James Duthie Given Keys to City of Ottawa in 2020
[OTTAWA]— TSN broadcaster James Duthie and Smiths Falls golfing sensation Brooke Henderson are among those receiving a key to the city, Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson announced Wednesday in his annual state of the city address.
One of Canada’s most talented and recognizable stars in sports broadcasting, James Duthie is the popular host of TSN’s extensive and award-winning hockey coverage. Duthie has covered some of the biggest moments in sports, including the Olympics, World Junior Hockey Championships, Grey Cup, Stanley Cup Final, NBA Finals, Super Bowl and The Masters.
Link to National Post story can be found here – https://nationalpost.com/sports/other-sports/brooke-henderson-james-duthie-will-get-keys-to-the-city-of-ottawa-in-2020/wcm/60744b8d-a5af-4c97-a5e1-2afcee67c94a
Over his career the Ottawa native and Carleton University journalism graduate has won three Gemini Awards and four Canadian Screen Awards for Best Sportscaster in Canada.
In addition to broadcasting, Duthie is an acclaimed author, podcaster and sought-after event speaker and emcee known for his hilarious stories and insightful interviews. He also continues to be one of the most-followed media personalities in Canada on twitter with nearly 900,000 followers.
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One Eleven Management Group
About One Eleven Management Group:
One Eleven Management Group is a unique sports and entertainment company that specializes in partnerships, sponsorship, consulting and talent/event management. Established in 2016, One Eleven Management Group already counts an impressive roster of clients including: comedian/actor Gerry Dee; TSN sportscasters James Duthie and Natasha Staniszewski; the PGA of Canada; world ranked curling team – Team Epping; four-time Olympic gold medalist Jayna Hefford; PGA TOUR Champions winner Rod Spittle; leading synthetic turf brand TurfHound; world acclaimed golf resort Cabot Links and TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley – the first TPC Network facility ever in Canada.