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“Duff Tyler is unlike any other sports reporter you will find. Duff is a man who has a way of finding a story in an empty school gym. Duff has a unique way of telling a story that will engage a viewer and make a story memorable. Duff is also someone who is extremely active on social media and helps ratings by bringing high school students and parents to the television.” ~ Dave Bondy, Anchor, WSMH/WEYI-TV

When Duff gets an assignment, he makes sure that all of the big and little things are taken care in great professional manner. Duff has shown continued success in areas of writing, editing, broadcasting, video production, and directing that would be helpful to many companies.” ~ Paul Dingeman, Executive Director, CTV - Community Television.

"I had the pleasure of working with Duff Tyler at WTHI in 2006 and I can assure you, you won't find anyone more dedicated to sports, the area, and who delivers it with incredible amounts of genuineness. He is extremely easy for sports viewers to relate to because he has the passion, excitement and personality that simply can't be forgotten. Once you meet Duff, you never forget him and he speaks with such enthusiasm that you listen to what he has to say. At our station we had a nickname phrase for him: "If Duff says it, it must be true" because when he spoke, you had to listen because when he told a story he made it seem like the most interesting thing you heard all day and he said it with such conviction you had to believe him. People will come and go in the newsroom, but few will leave the type of impression on you like Duff Tyler." ~ Suzy Traynor, National Spokesperson for Dyson/QVC

“Having known Duff Tyler since his early days working in the Wabash Valley broadcasting and journalism communities, I'd have to say he's a natural - particularly in sports. Duff's natural vocal talents have gone a long way in establishing him as a pro, but the experience he's racked up over the years has really made the difference.~ Brian Boyce, President of Boyce Group, Inc.

“As someone who has worked in Television for almost 10 years, I can honestly say you would not be making a mistake in hiring Duff. Not only is he a great sports guy, he's a great guy.” ~ Meredith Dennis, Former Morning Anchor, WHBF-TV.

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