Experiencing Raycom’s TV production of a Syracuse basketball game: It’s controlled chaos in the truck!

Regardless of the role crew members play in the truck, producing a sports telecast is […]


Part #2: Unending hoops on TV: Reviewing the network announcers, the good, the bad and the annoying

Basketball and more of it. Fans could have gorged themselves this past weekend like the […]


A weekend of college basketball on national TV: The announcers, part #1

It’s late February, a weekend of lots of hoops. We’re now less than three weeks away […]


Frick Hall of Famer Jaime Jarrin begins his 61st season next month as Dodgers’ Hispanic Voice

The easiest sports broadcasting question is, “Who has had the longest tenure with one team?” […]


Duke-North Carolina: Like a Good Neighbor, Tim Brando is there – possibly the last time for TV

When you turn on a college game these days and you hear the unmistakable […]


A revolving door in Boston: Worst fears realized! Red Sox radio will use a scorecard full of announcers

WEEI flauntingly released its panoply of new Red Sox announcers for the 2019 season. […]


The debate of the NFL, NBC and Costas: The power of pragmatism over conviction

Bob Costas is among the most gifted sports broadcasters to grace television this generation. He’s […]


A creative partnership: ESPN1000 introduces the First Midwest Bank Studio in the heart of Chicago

During a punishing sub-zero Midwest winter, the word beachfront conjures a comforting and idyllic […]


CBS’ telecast: Voices make the best of a Super Bowl with little material

Not quite as stimulating as the AFC and NFC championship games, not by any means. […]


Dan Mason on the CBS Telecast: Nantz gets a B+, Romo was limited because it was a defensive game

All the talk, the build-up, the features, the predictions, the prognostications are finally behind us. […]


Through 53 Super Bowls, the networks have never had an African-American analyst in the booth

Since the first Super Bowl in 1967, there have been 53 separate announcers by […]


A List of the 53 announcers who’ve brought us joy, calling Super Bowls on network TV and radio

On the morning of the Super Bowl, let’s wish continued success to current and past […]