Graham McNamee: A true pioneer, no one to teach him; An eventual Ford Frick Winner

Graham McNamee America’s first broadcaster, including sports The nation’s first national radio announcer was […]


A true gentleman, Don Dunphy, was boxing’s silky smooth voice; He knew the science like the best of experts

The BIOFILE Interview: DON DUNPHY  His name was huge during, around and after the […]


Musburger was let go by Vegas; Can Greg Papa return? He calls 49ers now, after 21 seasons with Oakland

D-Day In honor of the great Vin Scully, we remember June 6, 1944, 78 years […]


40 years of keeping stats for sports voices, Marty Aronoff is fighting back after a collapse in the booth

If you’re a sports fan, you likely heard his name repeatedly through his decades […]


Big hit for Rutgers in a big place like NYC: Football on WFAN, Hoops on WCBS; SJU’s Jack Kaiser dies

It’s  odd that this happened the same day that John W. Kaiser, St. John’s Athletic […]


Al Michaels distinguished by NBC as “Member Emeritus” after 36 NFL prime time seasons; Thursdays next

AL MICHAELS FORMALLY BACK IN – ON NBC Iconic broadcaster Al Michaels formalized his broadcast […]


Tony Kubek, 86, a longtime Yankee and NBC MLB broadcaster, lives quietly with family in Wisconsin

A quarter-century ago, network television weekly ferried baseball across the land. Today streaming, cable, and […]


Mark Johnson, roaring Voice of Colorado U, also called Syracuse’s only NCAA title in ’03

   When longtime CU fans think of the “Voice of the Buffs,” there are […]


Jerry Coleman: A Rookie of the Year, a military hero, humble and a great American; 2 Wars, 13 Air Medals

From the 1940s until 2012, Jerry Coleman was among baseball’s greatest characters—priceless even when he […]


Happy 70th birthday to Bob Costas! The prodigy can do anything; His zeal for baseball is irrepressible

Today, Bob Costas turns 70. Below, we continue our series of profiles of past […]


Was Phil Rizzuto the most popular Yankee voice ever? Reading historian Curt Smith’s piece, you can think so

To warm baseball’s current lockout chill, we present a series of profiles of top past […]


Curt Smith, sports broadcast historian, profiles late Bob Wolff, former Senators announcer

Since baseball’s player-management lockout has temporarily chilled its “Hot Stove League,” we begin today a […]