Broadcasting

Video streaming: The fastest growing segment of play-by-play; Almost any event, anywhere, live or on-demand

In 2017, there were 134,000 hours of sports programming available on television in the […]


Event Previews

The 2019 prime-time NFL national schedules and announcer profiles; First game is September 5th

For this weekend’s schedules (10-3-10-7), geographic clearances and talent, click here for NFL:NFL Week #5: […]


Columnist

On Ken Levine’s podcast: Al Michaels talks his career; From an NBC World Series at 27, it only got better

They don’t come like Al Michaels. His fifty year career calling sports is a […]


Event Previews

NBC and NHL announce schedule and voices for the continuation of the first round Stanley Cup playoffs

Kenny Albert is Mr. Ubiquitous which makes him fairly well known but then again […]


Event Previews

ESPN, ABC and Turner release this weekend’s NBA playoff schedule and assigned on-air talent (April 18-21)

The schedule for the second weekend of NBA playoffs is below. First, these are my […]


Commentary

ESPN’s ‘Survive and Advance’ on Valvano and ‘I hate Christian Laettner’ leave indelible marks

With the NCAA tournament over, college basketball fans now have to wait another seven […]


Columnist

Remembering SI’s Dan Jenkins who died on the eve of the Masters after brilliantly covering 68 straight

For those unfamiliar with him, Dan Jenkins was a preeminent sportswriter, associated for years with […]


Columnist

Quick Comments: Is Romo shooting for the sky?; MLB and RSNs; Esports on ABC

ROMO WANTS $10 MILLION Tony Romo reportedly asked CBS for $10 million a year, up […]


Columnist

CBS gets a giant A for coverage of the Masters of our generation; Nantz an A+; Lundquist in old form

If you watched the Masters this weekend, you experienced what I believe was the […]


Columnist

The week that defined Jim Nantz’ network career, stamping two historical comebacks elegantly

Can you think of any network sports announcer who covered two historical, frenzied and […]


Event Previews

A Sunday with no dull moments: From the crack of dawn until bedtime, the Masters begins a busy schedule

It’s a very special and unparalleled Sunday for sports fans across America. The final round […]


Columnist

CBS is following a longtime Masters’ preference but its announcers are wearing out the word “patrons”

The CBS broadcasters, working coverage of the Masters Thursday on ESPN, must’ve used the […]