Succeeding a popular Al Michaels in ’74, Brennaman didn’t feel accepted immediately.
Rome started his career by selling office equipment.
Swirsky doesn’t think talkies should infuse themselves into sports shows.
It’s not always rosy. It just appears that way!
Some say Wheeler, 56, is the NBA’s best radio voice but he continues to fight an uneasy condition.
The New York and DC sports broadcasting legend found the humor in sports. He might have been the first.
“NBA announcers have to be courtside, not in the rafters.”
Voice of 3 World Series on NBC says Charles Finley’s son was the ‘The Spy in the Sky,’ not him.
The youngest play-by-play announcer in the league talks taking over for the Los Angeles Kings.
From Seaver to a packed Citi Field, Heussler has many tales.
After his career, Cosell told ESPN: “I’m not bitter. It’s the sportswriters who are bitter.”
On the eve of Howard Cosell’s 100th birthday this Sunday (3/25), we continue our panel interview in part III.