Commentary

Like LA’s Chick Hearn and Boston’s Johnny Most, Marv Albert merits a banner at MSG, canonizing his mic

As a high-schooler in the 1950s, Marv Albert began working at Madison Square Garden as […]


Columnist

A revolving door in Boston: Worst fears realized! Red Sox radio will use a scorecard full of announcers

WEEI flauntingly released its panoply of new Red Sox announcers for the 2019 season. […]


Columnist

The debate of the NFL, NBC and Costas: The power of pragmatism over conviction

Bob Costas is among the most gifted sports broadcasters to grace television this generation. He’s […]


Announcers

Is Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game Marv Albert’s last? Icon did his first in 1968 at old Madison Square Garden

Based on reports, it’s quite possible that this Sunday could be Marv Albert’s final […]


Commentary

ESPN’s first ten years: The dozen anchors and personalities who laid the groundwork for success

Top 12 ESPN personalities through its first decade,1979-1989   In 1979, the country had all […]


Columnist

A creative partnership: ESPN1000 introduces the First Midwest Bank Studio in the heart of Chicago

During a punishing sub-zero Midwest winter, the word beachfront conjures a comforting and idyllic […]


Commentary

Instant replay continues to evolve as sports’ most important technology, from accuracy to good TV viewing

Technology changes faster than even teenagers can keep up with most times. Yet sports […]


Reviews

Three Syracuse University students weigh in on the Super Bowl telecast

Three students at Syracuse University, a school known for its success spawning some of America’s […]


Commentary

Ken Levine: “The highlight was clearly Gladys Knight singing the National Anthem”

The NFL has registered trademarks on SUPER BOWL and SUPER SUNDAY so no one is […]


Columnist

CBS’ telecast: Voices make the best of a Super Bowl with little material

Not quite as stimulating as the AFC and NFC championship games, not by any means. […]


Columnist

Dan Mason on the CBS Telecast: Nantz gets a B+, Romo was limited because it was a defensive game

All the talk, the build-up, the features, the predictions, the prognostications are finally behind us. […]


Columnist

Through 53 Super Bowls, the networks have never had an African-American analyst in the booth

Since the first Super Bowl in 1967, there have been 53 separate announcers by […]