is the successor in interest to PK Communications, which was
founded in 1978 in New York by Paul Kaminski, as Sportcom
Associates. The company produced ad hoc coverage of auto racing
events until 1988, when it activated the Motor Sports Radio
Network, and began production of "Race-Talk" on April 1, 1988 on a
two station network in upstate New York. The program continued
production until January 1990, when Paul was recalled to active
duty in the United States Army for Operations Desert Shield/Storm.
He served as Broadcast Supervisor, Soldiers Radio and TV, and News
Director, Armed Forces Desert Network, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Upon
his return to civilian life, Paul resumed production of
"Race-Talk" and began production of a feature called
"Radio-Road-Test", which was, and continues to be, a program of
driving impressions of American and foreign cars and light trucks.
Both programs began national radio syndication on January 28,
1993. "Race-Talk" ceased production on January 25, 2013, and the
Motor Sports Radio Network suspended operations thereafter.
(msrpk.com reserves the rights to resume operations of the network
at any time). Since July 2023, msrpk.com operates from The
Paul Kaminski is the proprietor of msrpk.com. He received his BS from Ithaca College's School of Communications in 1989 (prior to its renaming as the Park School of Communications). Paul is retired from the United States Army as a Sergeant First Class, serving in public affairs and other duty assignments during his active and reserve component service. Paul has reported radio news and sports for broadcast organizations such as ABC Radio News and Sports, NBC Radio Sports, Associated Press Radio News and Sports, BBC World Service, CBC Radio Sports (domestic), USA Radio Network, North Carolina News Network, MetroSource, and most recently, CBS News, Radio.
Paul is a contributor to Future plc's "Radio World" and writes the "Radio-Road-Warrior" column that appears frequently. He's also written for the NAB Daily News, and writes about connected vehicles for Radio World. Paul is a member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, and holds certification from the SBE as a Broadcast Technologist (Radio) and as a Broadcast Network Technologist. He's also a member of the International Motor Press Association (IMPA)