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Dick Schaap, Jimmy Breslin and others inspired Sandomir’s early work.
John Skipper told Vitale he could have a job at ESPN for life.
Sam Rosen is one of the good guys in the business.
Part III of the interview series with Billy Packer.
Continuing along with the legendary Billy Packer who holds the record for network coverage of a team championship event.
Mike Patrick, whose name was almost interchangeable with ESPN for some 36 years, has left the network. Mike’s first ESPN assignment was in 1982.
Not all roads lead to where you think you’re headed.
Levy worked at WFAN in New York in the late 80s, before going on to establish himself at New York’s Channel 2, MSG Network, and ESPN.
Rich Eisen dubbed the former exec “The Kingmaker.”