Over the air radio and TV voices, play-by-players, cable and streamers now interact with the media

Why Sports’ Symbiotic Love-Hate Relationship Between Athletes And Journalists Benefits Both There has long been […]


A thorough overview of football voices this past season; Too many trite phrases can be overkill

Good & Bad Jottings From My Note Book About Football Telecasts and Announcers During […]


A jaded view of a hyped football game marketed as The Super Bowl; Perhaps most riveted finish ever!

I didn’t watch more than a few minutes of the pre-and-after Super Bowl programs […]


Taylor Swift: The NFL’s Most Valuable Person; She’s the greatest ad for the Super Bowl in history, says CBS

Taylor Swift: The NFL’s Most Valuable Person She’s the greatest ad for the Super Bowl […]


Media coverage of the Super Bowl on network TV has changed through the years; It’s turned negative 

Many Marketing Experts Believe TV Commercials Are Not Worth The Cost   This year’s […]


The most intense time of sports broadcasting; NFC and AFC Championships and Super Bowl

How to survive watching the Super Bowl and Olympics on TV On May 9, […]


Fighting an old challenge: Learn the rudimentary; Voices should adhere to proper grammar

John & Jane Can’t Speak English Properly  Fabricating a lexicon for sports commentators as […]


Charissa Thompson’s comments about the laxity of media questions and the industry’s status

Sports Print, Radio And TV Journalism Have A History Of Reporters Skirting The Truth;  Why […]


It’s been over 100 years since the birth of Radio, TV, Cable, Satellite and last Streaming!

          Jottings From My Notebook. Good & Bad, About Baseball Telecasts and Announcers During […]


An essay about many decades of listening to great broadcasters and their influences on other voices!

It’s Not A Foreign Language. It’s Just Sports Talk, Featuring Other Voices That Agree With […]


Playing Solomon: Are voices calling games straight down the middle? Tell more stories than share stats!

How Some Announcers Have Taken the Charm Out of Watching a Baseball Game By Using […]


Broadcasters’ use of inside sports lingo, is a disservice to viewers and sponsors; Phrases can be annoying

In its Sept. 5 DealBook newsletter, the New York Times reported, “As of today, […]