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Not "Oh My!"....But Oh No!: Dick Enberg, Mt. Rushmore Broadcaster, Leaves Us

December 22, 2017

I stayed up past midnight this morning and was making one final flip through Twitter, a dubious exercise some evenings.  In the left-hand column of  1,863 more words

The Robot Revolution is coming - to a TV near you.

I was recently at the IBC Show in Amsterdam. This is one of the two “Big” broadcast shows; the other being NAB in Vegas. If you’ve ever wondered how TV is made then come along to one of them and you can see the entire process laid out for you. 732 more words


Laugh about ESPN's Robert Lee decision, but skip the outrage

Did you hear that ESPN has reassigned this weekend’s college football games because an announcer named Robert Lee was going to broadcast the University of Virginia game from Charlottesville, Va.? 385 more words


Hawk Harrelson: The Donald Trump of Sportscasting (in a good way)

On LinkedIn, I just put up a post about retiring White Sox announcer Hawk Harrelson, and what those in political communications can learn from him. 265 more words

Politics And Grassroots

The Unnecessary Beauty of Ice Hockey

“Sports! They are absurd and superfluous—and hockey is the most absurdly superfluous of them all.” Kent Russell loves hockey, a lot. I don’t and I have no idea who Eddie Olczyk or Doc Emrick are, but… 244 more words


Kevin Vallene is Chasing the Dream

Kevin Vallene is a lifelong Seattle Mariners fan. Through the thick and the thin of an 162 game season, Vallene can often be spotted wearing Mariner apparel as he represents his hometown team with pride. 381 more words