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: […]


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 […]


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 […]


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. […]


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. […]


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 […]


CBS Sports head Sean McManus: Hiring Romo was a calculated risk; Credits Nantz for building chemistry

McManus gets occasional spontaneous calls from former NBC guru Dick Ebersol offering tips on CBS […]


Other than Tony Romo, 10 ‘Wow’ like network TV voices; loved, hated or tolerated; some at the same time

Whether it’s his sometimes giddy, always frank and generally pedestrian language or it’s his amazingly […]


Halby’s Morsels: As a kid, Romo loved John Madden; All-time Top 5 Super Bowl network TV analysts

On CBS’ telephone press conference yesterday, Tony Romo said that growing up as a football […]


Tony Romo steals the show; CBS director Mike Arnold and crew excel

  On a day that was as dramatic as the NFL has ever seen, it […]


Two gripping title game broadcasts; Romo gives CBS slight edge over Fox

  Fox: Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints Joe Buck and Troy Aikman Both […]


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.