Marty Glickman, Harry Caray, Jack Buck and the early days of the NBA; which actually started in 1946

When my career was heavily involved in broadcast sales, I attended a couple of annual […]


Remembering past voices, from Bill King and Marty Brennaman to playing greats, Bobby Orr to Randy Myers

With Bob Costas’ legacy back in the play-by-play booth for the ALDS between the Yankees […]


Aqib is a setback of sorts to TNF’s TV launch; Top deceased network voices, first in a series

A Sad occurrence Aqib Talib, the former cornerback who spent 12 years in the NFL, […]


Jack Buck might as well have been St. Louis’ mayor; He was more popular in town than most of them

Today continues our look at radio/TV Voices of all of baseball’s 10 post-season teams by […]


Joe Buck talks social media, PC, generational changes and how he sets up his analyst

Like his dad Jack, Joe Buck is quick. Unlike his dad, he broadcasts in […]


Halby’s Morsels: ESPN’s MNF, Fowler and Herbstreit?; Jack Buck and more

ESPN – Monday Night Football Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports reported recently that ESPN […]


MLB Network airs special on Jack Buck, a larger than life personality; Bob Costas and Tom Verducci host

Jack Buck was a storyteller. He spun yarns, engrossed listeners and could tell war […]


Memorial Day: Honoring the sports voices who served our great nation in times of war and peace

Did you know that Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day? It originated in the years […]


Halby’s Morsels: ESPN’s best college football play-by-players; Sports TV’s future; NHL’s Hewitt Award

The thick of the season is behind us. The conference championships, Army-Navy and […]


Halby’s Morsels: Jack and Joe Buck, network’s best ever father-son duo; MLB ratings: 15 teams down, 13 up

Would you agree? The best-ever father and son network television duo (not local e.g. […]


Kevin Harlan: The Energetic Radio Voice of the Super Bowl

Loved by many for his high-octane play-by-play and disliked by some for overdoing it, Kevin Harlan will be calling his eighth straight Super Bowl on national radio this Sunday.


MLB Network’s Talented Host, Greg Amsinger, Talks Baseball and Broadcasting

In today’s commoditized world of sports announcing, the unsung Amsinger sets himself apart from other on-air colleagues across cable’s unending number of channels.