Brittany Devane

Brittany Devane

Reporter/Sports Reporter
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Brittany joined the WVII/WFVX team in August 2012 and quickly found a home in the sports department, where she works as a reporter and weekend anchor. She is originally from Framingham, MA and graduated cum laude from Boston University with a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She's also the station's sideline reporter and has appeared on nationally broadcast UMaine football games, along with NESCom-aided productions of Husson Eagles' football and basketball games.

Before coming to Maine, she spent the summer of 2012 in London, working as an Olympic Correspondent for GoLocal Worcester. Previously, she was also the Boston Bruins and Hockey East intern for NESN. Adding to her intern experience, she worked on the nightly news magazine show "Chronicle" for WCVB.

She's a huge hockey fan who can usually be found around the Alfond. If she's not there, check the local football field sidelines, or the Cross Insurance Center during basketball games!

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Deflate Gate: Weighing In

ORONO - It's the talk of the NFL -- the Patriots, accused of using under-inflated footballs in their 45-7 drubbing of the Colts in the AFC Championship game. Brittany Devane has more on the so-called "Deflate Gate."

Maine Sports Hall of Fame Announces 2015 Class

Release from the Maine Sports Hall of Fame:

PORTLAND, Maine —The Maine Sports Hall of Fame class of 2015 includes a philanthropist, sports agent, Olympic gold medal rower and stars of the National Hockey League and Major League Soccer, announced organization president Dick Whitmore. 

Grant Standbrook Maine Hockey Forever Fund Established

ORONO - Seven million dollars -- that's the new fundraising goal for the UMaine men's hockey program.

On Wednesday the University announced the creation of the Grant Standbrook Maine Hockey Forever Fund. The fund, along with the Savage Challenge, will create an endowment for the Black Bears that aims to ensure long-term financial stability for the program.

Maine head coach Red Gendron says he wants his team to compete for championships -- and is putting his money where his mouth is, donating 5% of his annual salary to the cause.

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