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

  Football fans, time flies. Regular season games will be here before you can say […]


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 […]


The best of the best; ranking all-time top Super Bowl play-by-play voices; From Al Michaels to Ray Scott

25th anniversary of O.J. Simpson working Super Bowl sidelines for NBC. Months later he faced […]


Legendary sports media critic Rudy Martzke releases his popular Rudy’s

Rudy Martzke ruled the space for years. He penned regular sports media columns for USA […]


The Halby’s: CBS and NBC – NFL critiques – from Michaels and Nantz to Collinsworth and Romo; 7 Crews

With the 2018 NFL regular season behind us, we ran a column yesterday assessing the […]


Al Michaels, NFL’s primetime voice for 33 seasons: “Howard Cosell deserves Hall of Fame recognition”

It’s Al Michaels season. Excuse me, it’s NFL season. What the heck’s the difference? They’re […]


Changing of the network guard in booths and studios + Halby’s Morsels

Smooth Dan Patrick, 62, will not be seen on NBC’s SNF this fall. He’s gone. […]


Monte Moore: Longtime A’s Voice: “My Worst Year was 1970 with Harry Caray”

Voice of 3 World Series on NBC says Charles Finley’s son was the ‘The Spy in the Sky,’ not him.


Howard Cosell: Brilliant and Occasionally Rude

In this special retrospective, a panel of some of the top names in the industry share their memories of the late Cosell.


As I See It: Coverage of the 2018 Super Bowl

Super Bowl XIILCXXILLCCIX was the greatest Arena Football game I’ve ever seen. Welcome to my snarky Super Bowl review.


Halby’s Morsels and Jottings: 2.1.18

Random notes and observations from the recent sportscasting past.


Classic Jim Cramer on Sports Broadcasting

Cramer breaks down sportscasters like he does the market; from Al Michaels and Tony Romo to the Eagles’ Merrill Reese and those he heard growing up in Philadelphia.