Jerry Schemmel: Rockies’ Radio Voice and Survivor of Deadly United Airlines Crash Tests Life’s Limits

11 month old girl that Schemmel pulled from the wreckage of the ’89 crash died of a drug overdose in ‘09


ESPN’s Linda Cohn: Longest Tenured Woman Anchor on Network TV

Cohn is among the top 5 women all-time with Mary Carillo, Suzy Kolber, Robin Roberts, and Lesley Visser.


Jim Rome: Pioneer Network Sports Talk Host Stresses Knowledge and Uniqueness

Rome started his career by selling office equipment.


The NHL’s Mike Emrick: A Rapid-Fire Version of Dick Enberg

“With 90 percent of the players in visors, it’s hard to find something to hit.”


Richard Sandomir Delves into his: ‘The Pride of the Yankees: Lou Gehrig, Gary Cooper and the Making of a Classic’

Dick Schaap, Jimmy Breslin and others inspired Sandomir’s early work.


NBC Sports Boss Mark Lazarus Talks Talent, NFL and Network’s Growing Portfolio

NBC Sports network thriving due to collaboration between management and team members.


Bulls’ Voice Chuck Swirsky Talks his Career and Breaks Down NBA Playoffs

Swirsky doesn’t think talkies should infuse themselves into sports shows.


The 5 All-Time Top Play-By-Play Announcers in America’s 10 Biggest Markets

Based on marketplace merit, durability, edge, warmth, artistic contribution, distinction and style.


Like the Rest of Us, Announcers Deal with Issues Too

It’s not always rosy. It just appears that way!


The Bruising Battle of the Blazers’ Brian Wheeler: From Abuse, To Obesity and A Sidelining Ailment

Some say Wheeler, 56, is the NBA’s best radio voice but he continues to fight an uneasy condition.


Play-By-Play From The Studio: Embrace It!

Monitors provide angles galore. It’s better than sitting in the nosebleeds.


Warner Wolf: ‘Let’s Go to The Video Tape’

The New York and DC sports broadcasting legend found the humor in sports. He might have been the first.