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Matthew Dery (born 1973) is an American sportscaster and former midday host at Detroit Sports 105.1 - WMGC-FM, a sports radio station near Detroit, Michigan. Dery was the Sports Director at WDFN from 1996 to 2009, after working for WHK Radio in Cleveland, Ohio. Dery announced his resignation from WDFN in mid-March, and accepted an update anchor position at competitor WXYT-FM, where he resigned in July 2013, rounding out his 17 years of experience as a Detroit sportscaster.
On television, Dery filled in for George Blaha on Fox Sports Detroit's Detroit Pistons broadcasts when Blaha does Michigan State Spartans football games. He has also called MAC basketball on FSD. He can currently be seen on the 7 Sports Cave WXYZ-TV show on Sunday mornings.
Dery is a native of Pepper Pike, Ohio, and a graduate of Syracuse University. He is the second cousin of legendary Cleveland Indian phoneme, Joe Charboneau. Dery often speaks in "breathy" tones to get his sarcasm across to his viewership.
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