Announcers

Black broadcasters and play-by-players deserve better; Gumble won’t be back on NCAA Tourney

BLACKS ARE NOT GETTING THEIR DUES In the summer of 2020, the Seattle Kraken, the […]


Uncategorized

Top local voices in pro-football history; From Glickman to Enberg and King to Brickhouse

First All-time Voices of the Year 1) Arizona – Dave Pasch 2) Atlanta – Wes […]


NBA

Wilt Chamberlain took command on the basketball court in the 1950’s; He can score, rebound and throw assists

A few days ago we passed the 62nd anniversary of Wilt Chamberlain’s amazing 100-point game. […]


NHL

The next Foster Hewitt Award Winner will be selected in 2024; NHL broadcasts

Four years ago, I wrote a piece for Sports Broadcast Journal talking about the […]


NFL

How would you compare Musburger to Cosell? The two men were both gifted and rarefied behind the mic

Brent Musburger wasn’t the most beloved broadcaster in America. He hopped onto the CBS turf […]


Announcers

Halby’s morsels and notes – Sports broadcasters; Changes; The Carays’ fourth generation in Baseball

Sporadic notes and morsels A bit of an overhaul will evolve on the A’s TV […]


NFL

One man’s vote against Brent Musburger’s entry into the Pro Football HOF; A checkered past?

There’s been some noise lately for the NFL to name Brent Musburger its next […]


Analysts

A thorough overview of football voices this past season; Too many trite phrases can be overkill

Good & Bad Jottings From My Note Book About Football Telecasts and Announcers During […]


NHL

Royal families of NHL voices; Fathers and Sons grew it generationally, starting it on radio in the 1920s

Albert family Marv Albert (Rangers radio, various national arms on TV) Al Albert (Original radio […]


Broadcasting

The colorful career of Brent Musburger, A prominent 50 years between NFL, NBA and College Ball

Brent Musburger – and his edgy charm – can still be contentious, yet always entertaining. […]


NFL

After the Super Bowl telecast; Record ratings are being broken down; Streaming contributed, Other notes

There’s the Old School, Andy Reid, 65, and the New School Kyle Shanahan, 44. […]


NFL

A bold view of CBS’ Super Bowl Coverage; The network made history with 120 million viewers

Don Haley (Born Samuel Clemens turned to pen-name, Mark Twain) is a former sports media […]