Author: Andy Furman
Andy Furman is a colorful and accomplished broadcaster, well known for his years in Cincinnati and later nationally on Fox Sports Radio. He's also written columns for many newspapers for decades.
HUGGS depicts UC coach Bob Huggins; Will be inducted Friday into HOF; West and Thorn will be there too
Special to Sports Broadcast Journal He was truly a bear on the sidelines. And […]
Author profiles Joe Nuxhall, Reds’ longtime radio analyst, who also pitched for Cincinnati at age 15
Get the Kleenex. You’ll need ‘em, that’s a promise. And, if you don’t use […]
Like many other things today, sports PR is digital, faceless and sterile; The characters of years ago are gone
It’s changed. Boy, has it changed. From the days of stuffing public relations’ news […]
30 years ago, radio personality, Dennis ‘Wildman’ Walker camped out on a rooftop until the Bengals won
Now we know what he was doing on a rooftop for 61 days. He […]
Fox Sports Radio’s Andy Furman details his zany days as a promoter before becoming a talk show host
Editor’s introduction: He became a big-timer in radio but I knew him when! Andy Satch […]
Sports anchor Alan Cutler, raised on Long Island , became a legend in of all places, Kentucky!
Adolph Rupp may be the Baron of the Bluegrass – but Alan Cutler is […]
The Mount Rushmore of sports public relations; They found writers angles and made press row laugh
Back in the day, they were called PR flacks. Sometimes they were referred to […]
In his 45th Season, the Reds’ Marty Brennaman is Taking it One Year at a Time
Succeeding a popular Al Michaels in ’74, Brennaman didn’t feel accepted immediately.