After witnessing major layoffs at companies such as ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and Yahoo Sports as well as the switch to all video content at Fox Sports, many sports journalists seem to be leaving the industry in search of jobs that are considered more stable or secure. Since the number of journalists leaving for this reason […]
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After briefly serving as a coaching intern with the Kansas City Chiefs, former Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will be joining Fox Sports as an NFL Studio Analyst. Vick will serve as an analyst on FOX NFL Kickoff and will also appear on other FS1 shows. You can read more about Vick’s […]
In what is seen by many as a no-win situation, ESPN has pulled commentator Robert Lee from the broadcast of the University of Virginia’s football opener on September 2nd. Lee has been reassigned to the Pitt vs Youngstown State game on the same day which can be seen on ESPN3. This decision was made after […]
CBS Sports has announced its 8 pairings for the upcoming NFL season. The lead broadcasting team will include Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson who will start with calling the Raiders/Titans game Week 1. They will call high profile games each Sunday and will also call “Thursday Night Football” games. You can find all […]
The Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame has announced it’s 2017 class. The 10-person group is highlighted by broadcasters Brent Musburger, Chris Berman, and Bill Raftery as well as long-time MLB Commissioner Bud Selig. You can read more about the Sports Broadcast Hall of Fame as well as see the full list of inductees here.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is retiring from full-time NASCAR Cup racing after this season, but he won’t be stepping away from the sport completely. His exact broadcasting duties have not been announced yet, however in a statement Earnhardt said that he will be a part of every NASCAR Cup Race broadcast but will not have a […]
Jim “Bones” Mackay worked with Phil Mickelson for 25 years, but after announcing they were parting ways last month, Mackay announced he will join both NBC and The Golf Channel as an on-course reporter. Mackay will start his new job at the British Open and will also work the FedExCup playoffs and the Presidents cup […]
Legendary broadcaster Bob Wolff passed away peacefully at his home this past Saturday, he was 96 years old. Wolff was most well known for being the only broadcaster ever to do play-by-play for the World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals, and NFL Championship (He did it before it was the Super Bowl). Wolff spent […]
Dan Shulman has been doing play by play of “Sunday Night Baseball” for seven years now, but he has announced that this season will be his last. Shulman will continue working college basketball games as well as select weekday MLB games for ESPN, but has said that he wants to find the right balance of […]
Vin Scully is one of the most well known names in the sports broadcasting industry, so it should be no surprise that he was honored with the “Icon Award” at this years ESPYS. This award is given every year to someone who’s career has left a lasting impression on the sports world. You can read […]
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