Calling the Cubs on TV is fun for new voice, Boog Sciambi; But doing them remotely is a “disservice,” he says

John ‘Boog’ Sciambi, 51, has a new home. It’s Wrigley Field. Sciambi, the longtime voice […]


NBC Sports Chairman Pete Bevacqua hopeful about NHL; Addresses NFL, Olympics, pandemic and ratings

The story of Pete Bevacqua is one of immaculate success. From his roots, through […]


ESPN’s bracketologist Joe Lunardi talks about how it evolved; Got 67 of 68 this year; Missed Wichita State

No man in the business is better recognized for predicting NCAA Tournament-bound teams than […]


Talented Josh Lewin quotes Marvin Gaye on remote broadcasts: “Ain’t nothing like the real thing, baby”

Josh Lewin likens his play-by-play travels to those of Paul Revere. The British are long […]


Fox Sports Radio’s Andy Furman details his zany days as a promoter before becoming a talk show host

Editor’s introduction: He became a big-timer in radio but I knew him when! Andy Satch […]


White Sox’ new radio voice Len Kasper talks about why he’s leaving the Cubs’ telecasts after 16 seasons

Len Kasper is moving from Cubs TV to White Sox radio. He spent 16 seasons […]


42 seasons in, Dickie V going strong despite no fans in the arena and broadcasting games from home

Forty-two seasons after starting at ESPN, the colorful, uber-enthusiastic broadcaster from Jersey is still […]


4th in a series; Announcers born 100 years ago: The Amazin’ Bill Mazer, a New York TV and radio fixture

Bill Mazer: November 2, 1920 – October 23, 2013 Fourth in a series of media […]


Third in a series; Announcers born 100 years ago: Bob Ufer, the indelible voice of Michigan football

Third in a series- Noted broadcasters born 100 years ago – Bob Ufer April […]


Longtime NY sports voice Spencer Ross shares his last conversation with Whitey Ford

For nearly 20 years I would speak to Whitey Ford just about every couple […]


Second in a series, media members born 100 years ago: Minneapolis icon Sid Hartman is still active today

SID HARTMAN (March 15, 1920 – October 18, 2020) Shortly after this article was posted, […]


Ted Leitner: One of a kind; Loved or hated, the longtime Padres’ voice is a legend in San Diego

By any measure, time in grade, irreverence, television visibility, number of games voiced, breadth […]