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John Keating

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John Keating John Keating is a Fox Sports Detroit host and reporter. He was born in Madison Heights, Michigan. He attended Grand Valley State University. Keating has won five Michigan Emmys during his time at FOX Sports Detroit. Keating began his broadcasting career while a student at Grand Valley State University. Keating climbed through the ranks of WSRX, Grand Valley's own student run radio station, from broadcaster up to Station Manager. Keating's rise at WSRX led to a job at WZZR, now WLHT, a radio station in nearby Grand Rapids. WZZR already had an on air personality named "John" on staff. To avoid confusion among listeners, Keating assumed the on-air name of "Steve Knight." The job at WZZR led to a job in television at WZZM-TV, also in Grand Rapids. At WZZM, "Steve" became an on-air fixture and sports favorite in west Michigan. Having transitioned to television, Keating was stuck being known on air as "Steve Knight". Keating left WZZM in the mid-80s for KMGH in Denver, Colorado, where he worked for a decade. Keating returned to Michigan and worked for the now defunct PASS Sports which was later put out of business by Fox Sports Detroit. He is still at the latter channel where he hosts  ( Wikipedia article )

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Madison Heights

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