ROOT SPORTS Media Information

For Immediate Release                                                             Mon., November 19, 2012


ROOT SPORTS™, the exclusive rights holder of Pittsburgh Pirates and Penguins regional telecasts,
announced today that Robby Incmikoski (Ins–Muh-Cow-Ski) will join the regional sports network as
an on-air reporter for live events including Pirates, Penguins and high school football games.

Incmikoski comes to Pittsburgh after working the past four years for Fox Sports North as a host and

sideline reporter for the Minnesota Twins telecasts. Robby also worked on Minnesota Timberwolves,
Wild and University of Minnesota hockey for the Fox Sports North telecasts. Prior to Fox Sports
North, Incmikoski served as host and sideline reporter for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Suns
and Phoenix Coyotes at Fox Sports Arizona. He also hosted Pre and Postgame radio shows on the
Phoenix Coyotes Radio Network and served as play-by-play announcer for the Arizona Sundogs
hockey club.

“We were immediately impressed by Robby’s energy and drive. His versatility, expansive knowledge

and experience as a sideline reporter in both MLB and NHL will make him a valuable part
of our broadcast.” said Doug Johnson, Executive Producer of ROOT SPORTS. “We are excited to
have him onboard.”

A native of Philadelphia, PA, Incmikoski graduated from Temple University and began his career in

sports broadcasting as an in-arena announcer for the Philadelphia Soul, Trenton Titans, and several
other local sports clubs.

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ROOT SPORTSTM (formerly FSN Pittsburgh) is the cable home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Pittsburgh Penguins. The network reaches more than 2.9 million viewers across five states and delivers more than 350 live events each year – all of which are available in high definition.  ROOT SPORTS™ is owned and operated by DIRECTV Sports Networks LLC, which operates regional sports networks in the Northwest, Pittsburgh and Rocky Mountain regions. The three networks combined reach more than 8.6 million viewers across 18 states and own exclusive programming and distribution partnerships with more than 20 teams and conferences. DIRECTV Sports Networks is a controlled subsidiary of DIRECTV, the world’s most popular television service.