Justified or not? Announcers want to go on forever; Separating themselves from colleagues is tough!

Still alive, How are these doing? And left remaining, not by their own volition. These […]

ESPN has struggled keeping its NBA play-by-play team steady; first Doc Rivers, now it appears JJ Redick

ESPN made the Big Mistake in 2023, dumping Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson injudiciously. […]

Bill Walton, Charles Barkley, Kevin Harlan, NBC 2024 Olympics, Horse Racing

The stinging death of Bill Walton Bill Walton passed at age 71. The nation truly […]

Jack Buck was always loved; Son Joe will likely return to Baseball this season; Called 23 World Series

Jack Buck was loved and son Joe Buck is coming back it appears Unlike basketball, football […]

Likely the best studio on sports TV, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith, Shaquille O’Neill and Host Ernie Johnson

Charles Barkley The media is in a state of change. College Football and basketball. You’ll […]

When regular Boxing broadcasts were run on Big-Time TV Channels, Friday Night Fights were huge

Early Broadcast Boxing Don Dunphy, would become boxing’s most prominent announcer. Dunphy was still […]

Another dandy by Jerry Izenberg; It’s on the first Black in the American League, Larry Doby


It’s time to enjoy the NBA; How about a long Weekend of Broadcasts; Minny and OKC showing smoke

Eastern Conference (1) Boston vs. (4) Cleveland  Game 1: Celtics over Cavaliers Game 2: Cavaliers […]

Boomer and Simms were fun and predictable on CBS’ stage, but weren’t renewed

Boomer Esiason and Phil Simms not Renewed at CBS Under the auspices of David Berson, […]

Halby’s Morsels: The realigning of the Yankees broadcasts; NHL’s doubling in size and more

John Sterling, Michael Kay and Bob Shepard In 1992, John Sterling had a new partner, […]

Bill White, a three-team National League player, and the first Black baseball broadcaster ever

The Yankees Airwaves Voices – Starting in 1970 Bob Gamere did play-by-play for Holy Cross […]

Marty Glickman, Harry Caray, Jack Buck and the early days of the NBA; which actually started in 1946

When my career was heavily involved in broadcast sales, I attended a couple of annual […]