Scully biographer Curt Smith details why Vin is MLB’s best ever

  In this segment of our continuing discussion with prolific author, presidential speechwriter and baseball […]


Cubs’ voice Pat Hughes: Scully, Costas and Bill King are my all-time Sportscasting Grand Masters

In the second part of our series profiling Pat Hughes, the popular radio voice of […]


Pat Hughes: From #2 in Milwaukee to #1 in Chicago; Popularity of Cubs’ radio voice is swelling

Pat Hughes’ colleagues around baseball will tell you unhesitatingly that he is friendly, likable and […]


Halby’s Morsels: Should Doris Burke be honored by the Basketball Hall of Fame before Brent Musburger?

Curt Gowdy Award Doris Burke will receive this year’s Curt Gowdy Media award  from the Basketball Hall […]


Sports Media Visionary Ed Desser: Legal gambling will bolster ratings for blowouts; Select tech players will bid for rights

There’s a photo of David Stern and Ed Desser, likely taken at the time that […]


Everett Fitzhugh: Professional Hockey’s only African-American play-by-play announcer

While the Stanley Cup will land somewhere with pomp and ceremony, Everett Fitzhugh is just […]


Columnist turned ESPN host, Dan Le Batard: Writing more rewarding, Radio more fun and less lonely

At the start of their careers, what Bob Costas was to broadcasting, Dan Le Batard […]


Baseball Broadcast Historian Curt Smith Previews his New Book, ‘The Presidents and the Pastime’

Curt Smith’s knowledge of presidential history is deeper than dead center field in the old […]


Baseball Broadcast Historian Curt Smith ranks top 5 all-time Play-by-Play announcers

Curt Smith, a former White House speechwriter for the first President Bush, George Herbert Walker, […]


Ex CBS Radio CEO Dan Mason Talks Francesa; Legalized Gambling’s Effect On Broadcast Sports

In radio for the most part, management advances to the top through sales not programming. […]