TV Coverage Of The 2014 Kenduskeag
WABI-TV5 (CBS) in Bangor is delivering Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race goodness right into your home from the bridge overlooking Six Mile Falls.
Coverage is from 10am to Noon.
The race begins at 8:30am on Saturday, April 19th.
(The first paddlers usually arrive at Six Mile Falls around 10am-ish.)
Kenduskeag TV Coverage
For those of you who were wondering:
WABI-TV5 in Bangor plans to cover the 47th Annual Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race from the bridge overlooking Six Mile Falls.
The race begins at 8:30am on Saturday, April 20th. (The first paddlers usually arrive at Six Mile Falls after 9:30am.)
WABI-TV Bangor To Cover Kenduskeag
WABI-TV in Bangor (CBS, Channel 5) will broadcast the 2011 Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race on April 16th.
Programming times and notes will be added here as they become available.
No TV Coverage Of Kenduskeag Race
No need to set the VCR or Tivo this year if you are doing the race.
WABI-TV (Channel 5 in Bangor) has decided not to provide television coverage of the 2009 Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race due to budget priorities. (Story here)
The race will be broadcast on the radio and streamed on the web, however:
"For the 13th straight year, Bangor all-sports radio station WZON (620 AM) will provide live coverage of the race on radio. It will also stream live coverage on the internet (www.zoneradio.com). Coverage will start at 8 a.m."
2008 Kenduskeag TV & Internet Coverage
WABI-TV5 Bangor (CBS affiliate) will be broadcasting the race from the bridge at Six Mile Falls this year, and there will be a live internet stream available at www.watchmainesports.com for $9.95.
To get you stoked, there's a video clip of an Old Town Canoe advertisement combined with a short WABI-TV race promo here.
Kenduskeag TV Coverage & Internet Stream
Some of you may recall that WABI TV5 (Bangor) canceled their coverage of the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race last year due to low water levels.
This year sees the return of TV coverage from the bridge overlooking the rapids of Six Mile Falls. WABI is scheduled to cover the race from 10am until 12:30pm. (You might want to set the VCR or Tivo if you are doing the race.)
Do you live outside WABI's broadcast area?
You can still catch the race if you have internet access.
Apparently, the Kenduskeag will be streamed over the internet through Watch Maine Sports as a pay-per-view event.
($9.95 per stream).