NFL Week #6: CBS has Buffalo-KC across the U.S. late and Fox has Jets-Green Bay early

Fox has only one window available to the NFL this Sunday. It’s the early one. […]


Eight days from the start of the season; 21 years since 911; Glimpse at NFL’s TV season

A quick look at the NFL’s first Week. At CBS’ Zoom produced media press conference […]


What will we hear from Nantz and Romo on CBS and Buck and Aikman on Fox?; Super Bowl on the line!

If last week’s divisional round is any indication, the slate of games on […]


Two NFL games tomorrow take the spotlight; College hoops also flood TV; Full sked and talent

Courtesy of our friends at Eye on Sky and Air Sports, this is virtually the […]


NFL Week #6: Brady to Philly for Thursday night; Dallas at New England goes to 80% of U.S. Sunday

NFLWeek #6 Broadcast notes NBC’s Al Michaels gets Sunday off. Did he ask for it? […]


Ken Levine: “Even the 30,000 cardboard cutouts in the stands looked bored the last two hours”

Here’s my snarky Super Bowl review. In one of the more boring Super Bowls […]


Super Bowl didn’t live up to its hype; Nantz and Romo get an A+ for delivering the emotion and strategy

CBS ran the Super Bowl for a second time in three years. NBC and Fox […]


After the big build up of a classic QB matchup, Jim Nantz and Tony Romo presided over a dullfest

CBS aired the Bucs’ win over the favored Chiefs last night in Tampa. Jim Nantz […]


CBS is ready for an unusual Super Bowl; CEO McManus: Limited remote broadcasts are likely to continue

Network TV’s annual Super Bowl press conference found a new home this year, Zoom.  Over […]


Coverage of AFC and NFC title games: CBS gets A+ and Fox A-; Romo spot-on and speaks his mind

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman had the call of the early game on Fox, the […]


CBS’ Jim Nantz and Tony Romo continue to engage viewers even in a lackluster Texans-Lions game

CBS’ top team of Jim Nantz (r) and Tony Romo (l) called the […]


Talent Agent, Steve Herz: Romo worth every penny; Pandemic will be similar to the Industrial Revolution

“This pandemic will have an impact similar to the Industrial Revolution. The move to part time commuting for so many people will free up a lot of time for more creative pursuits that will lead to great inventions.”