Producer, Dukes & Bell
After a 30-year career in sports management, Arthur Triche makes the move to sports broadcasting by serving as the Executive Producer of 92-9 The Game’s afternoon program, “Dukes & Bell”. Triche, who generally goes by the nickname “A.T.”, joined CBS Radio Atlanta following over two decades as the Vice President of Communications for the Atlanta Hawks.
The first African-American public relations director in league history, Triche has also spent years in sports administration with the NFL’s Detroit Lions and on the collegiate level at his alma mater Tulane University and at LSU.
In addition to working numerous NBA All-Star and Finals games, Triche has also had the pleasure of working during two Summer Olympics (the ’84 Games in Los Angeles and the ’96 Games in Atlanta). A fan of all sports, his favorite athletes of all-time include the likes of Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Jerry West, Carl Lewis and Serena Williams.
A native of New Orleans, Triche is a liberal arts/communications graduate from Tulane.Follow @exhoopsprguy
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“He appreciated the interaction with the fans, the lifeblood of the business – and many of us in it today – executives, players, media and others should do the same.”
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