NBC releases British Open schedule; Paul Azinger opens up about Spieth, Day, Tiger and NBC vs. Fox

BRITISH OPEN PREVIEW AND SCHEDULE     The full schedule and NBC’s production enhancements are […]


On ESPN’s The Art of Conversation with Dan Le Batard: Mike Tyson and Pat Riley open up about their lives

  A prodigy, ESPN’s Dan Le Batard was the lead columnist of the Miami Herald […]


The Curt Smith Series: During Prohibition, Herbert Hoover heard angry fans taunt, “We want beer”

OUR PRESIDENTS, OURSELVES   “American Presidents, like great French restaurants,” said the writer and educator […]


A dozen top media encounters that rocked the sports world; from verbal spats to physical confrontations

  Another month, another feud between sports figures and the media. On June 23, Mickey […]


From SiriusXM -Tim Legler: Pistons are best destination for Westbrook; Pelicans’ GM Griffin sets bar high

In the midst of this exciting NBA off-season, the SiriusXM NBA Radio channel travelled out […]


Fox and MLB’s ASG focused nimbly on individual players; Joe Buck excels doing a juggling act

Way back, the Mid-Summer Classic might have meant Willie Mays against Mickey Mantle or Roberto […]


On MLB’s All-Star Tuesday: A collection of all-time riveting play-by-play calls, position-by-position

Tuesday night’s MLB All-Star Game recognizes the best players in the game by position. While […]


1964: Baseball’s best broadcasting year, top to bottom; 25 eventual HOF Ford Frick winners were on the air

For baseball broadcasting,  you might say that it was a glorious year, one not surpassed […]


Tom Hedrick: Ex-sports voice and broadcast professor lists his best-ever students and his top 12 tips

Happily, Tom Hedrick is still with us, as is the iconic essayist Jack Whitaker. They’re […]


Lesley Visser on sideline reporters: “It’s kind of become a metaphor for ‘female dumping ground’”

Part two of a series exploring sideline reporting, a role introduced  in 1974   It […]


Calvin Coolidge; Born July 4th; Jumping baseball’s 1924 bandwagon helped 30th president win reelection

  American Presidents, like great French restaurants,” said the writer and educator S. Douglass Cater, […]


On radio’s 98th birthday, John Sterling, 81 this Thursday, says his Yankee radio streak is over

  Happy Birthday! Radio was unofficially born 98 years ago today, July 2, 1921! Employing […]