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Satterfield joins staff of The Ring Magazine, RingTV.com
Award-winning boxing writer Lem Satterfield has joined the editorial staff of The Ring Magazine and RingTV.com, the publisher of the magazine and Web site has announced.
Award-winning boxing writer Lem Satterfield has joined the full-time staff of The Ring Magazine and RingTV.com, Sports and Entertainment Publications, LLC – the publisher of the magazine and Web site -- has announced.
Satterfield’s most-recent full-time position was with AOL Fanhouse and he previously worked 18 years for the Baltimore Sun. He also was a contributor to BoxingScene.com.
"I am both humbled and grateful for the challenge and opportunity to work for such an historic publication," Satterfield said. "I have a great deal of admiration for my new colleagues and I am ready to contribute to The Ring's editorial team."
The Ring editors welcomed the news.
"Lem Satterfield is an experienced, hard-working reporter and a worthy addition to The Ring team,” said Nigel Collins, Editor-in-Chief of the magazine. “Moreover, he has genuine love for the sport of boxing. I welcome him aboard.”
Said Michael Rosenthal, Co-Editor of RingTV.com: "We are thrilled to have Lem Satterfield on board. Lem, who has a nose for news, is one of the most-respected reporters in the boxing world and works incredibly hard. He will be a tremendous asset moving forward."
Satterfield studied journalism at the University of Maryland and currently lives in Baltimore, Md., with his wife, Jean, and two children, Ada and Adam.