Announcers

Tim Brando reminisces: 37 years of Raycom’s ACC coverage ends after this weekend’s tourney

  After 37 inextricable years, the ACC and Raycom part company following this week’s conference […]


Columnist

March Madness and bracketology: The media’s cottage industry; Lunardi, Katz, Schwab, Palm +

  March Madness has always been beyond exciting, easily rivaling late December as the most […]


Columnist

Tony Kornheiser’s Wish for the NBA: “A Living, Breathing Commissioner”

  Tony Kornheiser, a columnist for the Washington Post, was a finalist for a Pulitzer, […]


Columnist

Ex coach and commentator Digger Phelps, 77, sharp as a tack, talks Notre Dame, Fordham and ESPN

It’s almost a half-century but in 1970, Digger Phelps took over a Fordham University basketball […]


Commentary

Progressive move by NHL and NBA: Interacting with fans in real-time on close and controversial calls

  The National Basketball Association will introduce a Twitter account manned by … well… official […]


Columnist

Newhouse student: TV sports history suggests more ‘Players-Only’ game coverage + Wilt’s 100 point game

  The world of sports broadcasting continues to evolve. Of course, the grainy black and […]


Columnist

Experiencing Raycom’s TV production of a Syracuse basketball game: It’s controlled chaos in the truck!

Regardless of the role crew members play in the truck, producing a sports telecast is […]


Columnist

Part #2: Unending hoops on TV: Reviewing the network announcers, the good, the bad and the annoying

Basketball and more of it. Fans could have gorged themselves this past weekend like the […]


Columnist

A weekend of college basketball on national TV: The announcers, part #1

It’s late February, a weekend of lots of hoops. We’re now less than three weeks away […]


Columnist

Frick Hall of Famer Jaime Jarrin begins his 61st season next month as Dodgers’ Hispanic Voice

The easiest sports broadcasting question is, “Who has had the longest tenure with one team?” […]


Columnist

Duke-North Carolina: Like a Good Neighbor, Tim Brando is there – possibly the last time for TV

  When you turn on a college game these days and you hear the unmistakable […]


Commentary

Like LA’s Chick Hearn and Boston’s Johnny Most, Marv Albert merits a banner at MSG, canonizing his mic

As a high-schooler in the 1950s, Marv Albert began working at Madison Square Garden as […]