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Running for the Broadcaster of the Year Award

Greetings readers,

I’d like to mention an award I’m in the running for, and I’d also like to ask you, the reader, for your help. I’m in the running for the 2014-2015 Federal Hockey League Broadcaster of the Year against four other nominees. 823 more words


So it begins...

For many years I have known that sports media is a field I want to pursue. I grew up commentating my own pickup games in the street with my friends – I’m sure that would be entertaining if I could go back and watch it now. 503 more words

Winter 2014

Raising the Bar, Raising the Roof

From Jack Johnson to Muhammad Ali, from T.O. to Richard Sherman, America has always had a love/hate relationship with the Black sports figure. Larger than life with an attitude and ego to match, in many ways they could be considered the ancestors and counterparts of today’s rap stars. 429 more words

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My Outlook & Goals for 2015

Greetings readers, welcome to the new year of 2015!

I’d like to share with you my outlook and goals for the New Year. Don’t worry, they’re all sportscasting related (I’m not any good with any other type of resolutions, trust me.) 516 more words


Brent Weber NBA play-by-play reel

I recently needed to provide some more current basketball play-by-play material for consideration, so I sent them the demos I did while working for the NBA’s OKC Thunder a few summers ago.   189 more words

Brent Weber

My Experience of the 2014 Twin Valley South Tip-Off Tournament Opening Day

Greetings readers,

I’m back with another experience post. As the High School Basketball season has returned to the State of Ohio, my broadcasts began in a place where I have called home for a majority of my life: West Alexandria. 927 more words


Vicious Cycles: Strange musings about Weezy, Scott Stapp, and College Football

It was a week of surprises in the entertainment world…things that shouldn’t have ended did and things that should have pushed on into new chapters…Down in New Orleans, Lil Wayne announced that he is looking to leave Cash Money Records, signaling the end his partnership with Birdman that has been a fixture of Southern hip hop for so long that the prospect of its dissolution seems physically unnatural, at the same time that it was wholly inevitable. 735 more words