For $18 million a year, how’s Tony Romo doing? He’s a voracious reader but his luster might be dulling

The originator of the phrase “A picture is worth a thousand words” is in […]


Kevin Brown, what happened to him? Never a dull weekend; Outcry by colleagues; Any loyalty?

A Few Things About TV sports Reporting That Annoys Me ESPN recently and unceremoniously […]


The NY Times and the Los Angeles Times are changing the way they cover sports; What comes of this?

SPORTS AND POLITICIAL TV COMMENTARY IS SIMILAR, TELLS US ARTHUR SOLOMON; MOSTLY BAD! MUCKRAKING, MUDSLINGING […]


The World will watch the 2024 Olympics in Paris; NBC will have to preside over the affair delicately!

Way before the first pitch of baseball’s 2023 all-star game was thrown, the 2024 […]


The world continues to change; The growing effect of gambling; An in-depth look

Why Watching A Sports Event On TV Can Affect Your Health And Wealth (As […]


Some problems I have with today’s play-by-play sports announcers; A continuingly changing business

One of many problems that I have with slow moving sports events like baseball, my […]


Sports and political TV commentary are similar: Mostly Bad! Muckraking, mudslinging and self-censorship

 Cosell was the trail Blazer, yet Costas is the conscience Of TV sportscasters   On […]


Fox’ Super Bowl commentary was trite, yet Bob Costas’ and Chris Berman’s were ear-catching

Since the Super Bowl is actually a made for TV event, featuring a series […]


Last time for a three man Super Bowl telecast was in 2005; The World Series hasn’t had one since 2015

It’s been a long time since there was a controversy regarding three men booths […]


Sports betting has been a boon for TV; Uncontained gambling can destroy families

Watching Sports on Television Can Be Harmful To Your Health and Wallet; Athletes and Some […]


Decades and generations of listening and watching sports, columnist assesses and grades voices

My Favorite Voices   Over the years, I’ve heard many excellent play-by-play broadcasters and analysts […]


Advice to voices: Keep things simple; MLB language keeps changing; We lost the best play-by-player in Scully

After the passing of our cherished dean, Vin Scully, I thought first, of his […]