Sportscasting News

April 2011
•  STAA's Herrick joins Montana's NMB
•  Sports Hub re-ups PM Drive team
•  Casey makes Reds radio ebut
•  Pac 12 seeking most lucrative deal
•  Women's title game draws 2.3
•  Facing death, Charles embracing life
•  Loons' voice wears many hats
•  Sports talk always king at KHTK
•  STAA's Morse to Joliet
•  Dedes replacing Meyers on Lakers TV
•  Title game ratings okay, considering
•  ESPN's Mike Soltys honored
•  Hernandez reflects on 10 yrs at CSN
•  Timbervoles to WCCO-AM
•  Wild hockey moving to KFAN
•  UND Fighting Sioux hire new voice
•  Veteran Big 12 voice honored
•  STAA's Vasko to call Slammers games
•  Butler voice enjoyed the ride
•  Ex-Niner joins radio team
•  ESPN founder still on the move
•  RailCats hire Frontier League vet
•  Hawkeyes' Gary Dolphin honored
•  Mobile's Randazzo back for another season
•  Meet Bob Uecker & Cory Provus
•  Atlanta's Fan new Bulldogs home
•  Three man booth working for CBS
•  Jim Ellis ready for his turn at mic
•  Hollander excited for new show
•  Jalen Rose pulled off the air
•  Anderson ready for full-time with Rays
•  STAA's Doty to AA BayBears
•  Three man booth to work Final Four
•  Cybulski to host TSN PM Drive
•  Red Sox' O'Brien gets extension
•  Joel Feld out at NESN
•  New ballgame in Boston
•  DirecTV, YES face deadline
•  ESPN suing Conference USA
•  Phillies launching HD Radio multicast
•  ESPN 700 shoots to No.1
•  Houston Arbitron's remain status quo
•  Jay Randolph returns
•  FSM flubs opening ceremonies again
•  Rizzs carries Niehaus' legacy into season
•  Scully's stamp is everywhere
•  STAA's Oster joining Hillcats
March 2011
•  A's find new radio home
•  STAA's Oster joining Hillcats
•  ESPN anchor joining GMA
•  Sportscaster sues rival for defamation
•  Belleson new Cubs PA voice
•  Bacon exits Hillcats; Wilson in
•  NBA voice achieves milestone
•  Bob Uecker still on active roster
•  Beloved sportscaster brought joy
•  Kansas City station hires new host
•  New sports station in Lincoln
•  The Voice part of Oilers history
•  STAA's Caray new Blue Crabs voice
•  Saunders gets show in St. Louis
•  Three FSN networks being rebranded
•  Interesting year for Royle
•  Bill Michaels replaced at WTMJ
•  Rod Phillips calls it a career
•  Jim Ellis new voice of MSU
•  New AM show at Dallas' Fan
•  STAA's Ludlow joins Lugnuts
•  Memorable return for Joe Tait
•  Schuling new voice of Mustangs
•  MLB Net expanding coverage
•  No more Feinstein on Kornheiser
•  Riders returning to former station
•  Gary Bender retiring from Suns
•  Logan, Broncos sign extension
•  Joe Tait appreciation night
•  Sportscasters to Rhode Island Hall
•  Baby, hoop dreams merge for sportscaster
•  Nick Charles to get one more call
•  A's radio deal on shaky ground
•  ESPN Radio moving in Denver
•  Jazz helps K-FAN to top spot
•  Will VCU-Butler score ratings?
•  McManus happy to focus on games
•  OU football broadcast vital to fans
•  San Diego host works way up from bottom
•  Cavs voice Tait returning Sunday
•  Parkins exiting WSKO for new gig
•  Minor league team axes broadcasts
•  Girardi bites Mad Dog
•  Fox testing ump cam
•  MLB no longer Hoard's sole goal
•  Analysts miss mark on VCU
•  Tourney Q&A with Jim Nantz
•  Kellog's Ohio State challenge
•  Fraschilla, Bilas answer shots
•  STAA's Hasty joining Beach Bums
•  Steve Sabol upbeat
•  Dibble, Morrison join FSR
•  The Fan adding Orioles pre, post
•  Jack Clark back on in St. Louis
•  Cards go back to KTRS
•  Northwestern, Learfield partnering
•  STAA's Gagalis to Worcester
•  ESPN tops sports Emmy nods
•  More people than ever watching Tourney
•  Pitino to do some ESPN work
•  Johnson fired up on and off air
•  Its official: Sooners hire Rowland
•  John Harris to host SNR overnights
•  ESPn to add 270 jobs this year
•  Toby Rowland to be OU voice
•  STAA's Kunkel to KVRR-TV Fargo
•  Max moving for AM show on 1050 ESPN
•  Tourney scoring big ratings
•  Station breaks highlights rules
•  Barkley adding to madness
•  Rogers banking on baseball
•  Zach and The Coach debut in STL
•  More athletes entering media
•  STAA's Shreve to Kinston Indians
•  Wolf sinking teeth into book
•  Lundquist talking it up
•  On air TV ref is a good call
•  Behind the ratings
•  Ex-coach rates sportscasters
•  STAA's Riggs joining RiverHawks
•  Tourney upsets good for ratings
•  Ex-Ram buys part of KFNS
•  WQAM winning in Miami
•  Dolphins show a good listen on WINZ
•  Redhawks set radio station, voices
•  Less of Astros on FSH
•  Big 12, Fox deal could get sweeter
•  A year to remember for Leitner
•  Dick Enberg missed at Tourney
•  Marv Albert brings voice to Tulsa
•  Strong spots wide open field
•  STAA's Cantor joins Boulders
•  Teinowitz still MIA from WMVP
•  Cunningham slows it down a bit
•  SNY is 5!
•  TV show to honor Joe Tait
•  Assigning Tourney times is a puzzle
•  Teams increasingly making own news
•  Atlanta producer fired for Tweets
•  Westwood One details NCAA Tourney
•  STAA's Shackil joins Smokies
•  Pacers' Leonard has heart attack
•  Fox, Big 12 close to TV deal
•  Zaun joins Rogers, Blue Jays
•  ESPN's MLS TV has Boston flavor
•  Seeking U.S.' top collegiate sportscaster
•  Authenticity comes with Gus's sizzle
•  Massillon loves its sports talk
•  Rock Cats renew radio deal
•  Teinowitz's future uncertain
•  ESPN criticizes tourney picks
•  Dellacamera moving to FSC
•  Rhadigan gets opener under his belt
•  Macon gets new sports talk show
•  Lipman returning to Fisher Cats
•  Scott Miller flattered by honor
•  Scully's voice fills Cashman Field
•  Bob Davis brings passion to play
•  New Madness format for TV viewers
•  Stelton's last day in St. Louis
•  Carter negotiating new ESPN deal
•  More lineup changes in Toronto
•  Wileman, Devos join MLS on TSN
•  Timbers set broadcast teams
•  LOC adds sportscasting collection
•  Marv Albert returns to school
•  Evaluating NCAA Tourney on TV
•  Marakovits gets bonus with Sixers
•  The birth of the TV timeout
•  Dave Nitz returning to Explorers
•  STAA's Balionis to cover PGA Tour
•  Jim Kobbe leaving Wichita's KSN
•  Hopkins to join Fox Soccer
•  ESPN would survive NFL lockout
•  Madness to begin for CBS, Turner
•  Gus Johnson misses Knicks
•  ESPN host suspended
•  Gophers leaving WCCO
•  Jay Bilas still practicing law
•  Host out after tapes controversy
•  Arena Football voices set
•  Timbers partner with Root Sports
•  Will TruTV hoops be hi-def?
•  TV golf gets supersized
•  ESPN to cover itself in blog
•  How to behave in press box
•  Falcons find new radio home
•  STAA's Casson to call national finals
•  STAA's Dixon new OM/PD in Raleigh
•  Father of golf TV dies
•  The men behind the mikes
•  LA host removes foot from mouth
•  Larry Bowa joins Philly's Fanatic
•  Merloni finally a lineup regular
•  NBA voices giving old college try
•  Local title games lose TV coverage
•  Rafer Weigel joining Ch. 7 Chicago
•  Bob Barry to be honored
•  Dave Brown named VP of UT Network
•  Dellacamera moves to FSC
•  Steve Deace to host sports show
•  Nick Charles continues cancer fight
•  Barbs at Runners ice announcer
•  What's right, wrong with sports radio
•  STAA's McCrite joining ESPN St. Louis
•  Seeking U.S.' top collegiate sportscaster
•  ESPN stat guy knows the numbers
•  Baldinger to Philly's Fanatic
•  STAA's Vetrano to Can-Am League
•  LA host doesn't walk the walk
•  Schaad got hooked on soccer as kid
February 2011
•  Baltimore's Fan shuffles lineup
•  Whitecaps soccer sets radio team
•  Grizzlies baseball finds new home
•  Ex-Chiefs voice Grigsby dies
•  ESPN stays on top in St. Louis
•  Perrault gets show in Nashua
•  M's radio team begins new era
•  Picozzi finds niche in play-by-play
•  Roger Hoover joins J-Suns
•  Sportscaster suspends himself for homerism
•  Host embraces on-air confession
•  Cristil hoped to finish season
•  Pippen joining Bulls TV
•  Cards bumping Rush on KMOX
•  Winnipeg station adding new sports show
•  Rhadigan will learn on the job
•  STAA's Kyle Tait joins M-Braves
•  Hughes feels Santo's absence
•  Poynter Institute to examine ESPN
•  Legendary Jack Cristil retiring
•  Arnold signs off from Dale & Holley
•  WSCR beats Mike & Mike
•  ESPN highest valued sports net
•  Chico ESPN moving back to AM
•  Costelloe to CSU Bakersfield
•  NBA ratings up slightly
•  Shunned WEEI host spews venom
•  STAA's Anastos joins State College
•  Ben Ingram joining Braves Network
•  Vin Scully to call Opening Day
•  Will Cox strike Padres deal?
•  Versteeg joins Burlington Bees
•  Jim Gray penalized over confrontation
•  STAA's Tunkel named Scrappers voice
•  Joe Starkey wins Schenkel Award
•  New Toronto station prepping launch
•  Heat warm NBA ratings
•  Media mania surrounding Pujols
•  What signal is WEEI sending?
•  NFL Network has Combine covered
•  Baronfeld named GM at Angels station
•  Chiaverini to co-host morning show
•  STAA's Del Barrio playing at home
•  Hawks extend WGN TV deal
•  Chiefs hockey to The Score 1260
•  Kornheiser avoids Snyder talk
•  Cubs fans to get real broadcast
•  Time Warner sinks big bucks into Lakers
•  Odds seem stacked against AM 640
•  Moreland joining Cubs radio
•  Shulman adding TSN duties
•  WEEI'S Arnold laments losing show
•  Omaha Storm Chasers exted radio deal
•  Bob Stelton heading back to Seattle
•  CBS College being renamed
•  Whitlock to host FSN podcast
•  Packer no fan of new Tourney format
•  WEEI introdcues Dream Team
•  Lakers moving to Time Warner
•  Yanks radio could go up for grabs
•  Toronto's Fan 590 setting its sights?
•  STAA's Pollock to Omaha Royals
•  All-woman team calling men's game
•  Krystal out at Toronto's Fan
•  STAA's Logan to call ECAC title game
•  Dakich hitting big time with ESPN
•  Ex-EMU voice Fountain honored
•  Fox hoping primte time baseball is HR
•  AM 950 dumps ESPN for Fox
•  Sage Steele discusses career
•  Ex-Indy 500 voice Carnegie dies
•  STAA's Gellman joins Crawdads
•  McDonough still being heard from
•  Ex-Indy 500 voice Carnegie dies
•  STAA's Gellman joins Crawdads
•  McDonough still being heard from
•  Albany getting TV reporters' show
•  Big 12 hoops gets the bounce
•  SNY is an attractive business
•  Nats likely headed to WJFK
•  Whitecaps soccer to air on Team 1410
•  March Madness TV makeover
•  NBC, Versus have edge on NHL deal
•  Scott Garceau simulcast finished
•  Drillers staying on The Buzz
•  McManus focusing on sports again
•  Joe Block joins Dodger Talk
•  Ortegel deserved better send off
•  Mavs, TV analyst Ortegel part ways
•  Orioles returning to WBAL
•  Cubs to air most spring games
•  NBA scoring record ratings
•  Super impact on some U.S. TV markets
•  Gillispie to call Cubs spring games
•  Super Bowl highest rated show ever
•  Big game coverage gets mixed reviews
•  Sandra Golden joins Atlanta's Fan
•  Macatee to be honored by alma mater
•  Freedom finds new radio home
•  Super Bowl observations
•  FM guys debut Sacramento sports show
•  Hockey legend Sonmor retiring
•  NBC putting stamp on Golf Channel
•  Joe Buck Q&A
•  Cardinals re-sign broadcasters
•  Houston station fumes on Radio Row
•  Even the pros learn from Scully
•  Ratings LA's sports media
•  A pitch to Twins for Whetzel
•  Long, Bradshaw still together
•  Dallas Cowboys to air nationwide
•  STAA's Dooley tabbed for college tourney
•  NBC Sports restructures
•  Twins' Gordon to retire after 2011
•  Albany gets TV sports talk
•  Schlereth's life to imitate TV
•  James Brown keeps it classic
•  Wagenheim's voice paints picture
•  Fox considering sports on FX
•  TSN acquires MLS broadcast rights
•  Its official: Stephen A. back to ESPN
•  Joe Soucheray exits KSTP
•  Redhawks introduce Shadrick
•  O'Brien still sports radio addict
•  Urban Meyer joins ESPN
•  Kadlec exits Mizzou football
•  St. Louis leaving Fox Soccer Report
•  Druley excels in 'man's business'
•  Kevin Harlan at home in booth
•  Sportscasting's worst cliches
January 2011
•  Mike Salk gets ESPN Radio show
•  McCann joining Channel 5 Dallas
•  Tom Ackerman: We've arrived
•  Stuart Scott battling cancer
•  Moreland, Otto Cubs finalists
•  Sportscaster Al Jennings dies
•  101 ESPN climbs to top in St. Louis
•  Bill Raftery's secret playbook
•  Steiner gets honorary doctorate
•  Lazaruk gives voice to Blades
•  ESPN sets MLB broadcast teams
•  McDonough returning to ESPN baseball
•  Changs at ESPN St. Louis
•  KMOX expanding sports coverage
•  KILT has best ratings in ages
•  Ex-Cleveland sportscaster not guilty
•  NFL on Fox crew recognized
•  SoCal getting new sports station
•  Teegins always loved sportscasting
•  Analyzing LA's game analysts
•  Stephen A. Smith back to ESPN?
•  Schwartz new Dust Devils voice
•  Kings sportscasters recognized
•  Boise gets FM sports talk
•  STAA's Cartelli to call AWL baseball
•  Hannah Storm gets new deal at ESPN
•  Drew Brill hired at WTEN
•  Dodgers sportscasters honored
•  All-star spotlight finds Forslund
•  Harris has all-star voice
•  Analyzing Baltimore's best
•  Shadrick new Redhawks voice
•  Time Warner wants Longhorns TV stake
•  Marotta to SCSB Hall of Fame
•  NFL playoffs score big
•  Plagens leaves Steelheads for TV
•  Versus inks pro lacrosse league
•  Sportscasting battle looms in Canada
•  NFL always good TV theater
•  Fox's Chris Myers delivers
•  Special moment for young voice
•  Longhorns TV sets bad precedent
•  Rizzo bumping Rome in Cleveland
•  TSN Radio a reality
•  KNBR duo takes giant steps
•  Cerrato excelling in radio
•  New faces on NCAA Tourney TV
•  Cards TV will be shuffled
•  Ex-Fresno State voice dies
•  Producer Erickson exits WEEI
•  Jim Nantz following new passion
•  Joe Buck focuses on players
•  STAA's Cox joins Royals affiliate
•  UT, ESPN launching Longhorn TV
•  Ron Franklin suing ESPN
•  Goldbolt returning to Austin's Zone
•  Mudcats expand broadcast coverage
•  Comcast/NBCU could rival ESPN
•  Fans: give Rhadigan a chance
•  Rangers hire John Rhadigan
•  Mariners replace Niehaus
•  USC renews with 710 ESPN
•  Losing NFL to sack NBC
•  Ex-Bears voice back with Packers
•  Sports radio misses Johnson
•  ESPN's Jackson fails test
•  STAA's Cooper joins Colonials
•  NY station axing sports department
•  Craven gets extra duties at ESPN
•  Pittsburgh Net station launching
•  Sportscaster running for office
•  Carillo's exit leaves ESPN short
•  Jim Mandich back in hospital
•  Irv & Joe back on in Denver
•  Sean Casey joins Reds broadcasts
•  Adamle was below legal limit
•  Webio founder to prison
•  STAA's Ray to call all-star game
•  CBS loving AFC title matchup
•  Ex-Bengal finds home on air
•  Florence station scoring with sports
•  Jim Kelch moving to Reds TV
•  Westwood One renews NCAA deal
•  AHL sets all-star broadcast
•  WMAQ supporting Adamle
•  NFL scoring lopsided win
•  LA bros create mini-media empire
•  Harland, Wilcots NFL's chattiest
•  Couzens named Dragons No.2
•  Wood denies broadcast rumors
•  Rays' Andy Freed signs new deal
•  More change in Toronto sports radio
•  ESPN's BCS ratings are no bonanza
•  Musburger's quip said a mouthful
•  Musburger keeps it vague
•  Sportscaster Adamle arrested for DUI
•  Premiere re-ups with Dan Patrick
•  Canada might get new sports network
•  NHL Network lures ESPN veteran
•  Hank Fuerst joins Trenton Thunder
•  New Mexico loses sports station
•  McCarthy named GM at ESPN LA
•  Musburger, Tirico honored by NSSA
•  Musburger plans to talk less
•  Valdosta gets new sports station
•  Ex-OSU voice Dirato shares wisdom
•  Cavs' Joe Tait has heart surgery
•  Jason Page out at ESPN Hartford
•  Longtime Albany sportscaster dies
•  ECHL names all-star crew
•  Lakers' voice to call son's game
•  McCarthy named GM at ESPN LA
•  Grace, Sutcliffe likely won't join Cubs
•  Santalgelo favorite to join Nats
•  ESPN St. Louis signs Missouri Valley
•  Rams reach TV milestones
•  Slaten's show off to slow start
•  Onion's SportsDome descends
•  Franklin's firing seems harsh
•  ESPN's Kremer dismayed by vitriol
•  Nantz Award applications being accepted
•  ESPN, NFL near enormous extension
•  Conf USA signs deal with Fox Media
•  ESPN's Dari and Mel debuts Saturday
•  Eskin taunts ESPN over rumor
•  Nantz Award applications being accepted
•  SNF rules prime time
•  Rose Bowl scores big for ESPN
•  Dust-up, plagiarism dog ESPN
•  Once again, out of bounds at ESPN
•  ESPN fires Ron Franklin
•  CHL choose all-star voices
•  Headrick joins Kinston Indians
•  STAA's Slack joins KIUL in Kansas
•  ESPN apologies for pair of follies
•  Sirius XM to air Man United games
•  Tampa host addresses DUI on air
•  Nats talking to JFK
•  Palm Beach TV, ESPN stations team up
•  Cumulus adds Wuhl to nine stations
•  970 ESPN, Savran make debut
•  ESPN's Franklin punished for comments
•  BCS TV ratings down
•  OTB debuting new sports show
•  New CBS morning host has sports roots
•  Papa's first love is play-by-play
•  McCarragher's first interest was weather
•  2010 media awards
December 2010
•  ESPN anchor suspended for plagiarism
•  Sportscaster Al Roberts dies
•  Blackhawks extend Foley, Olzcyk
•  WJER crew has unique experience
•  Too many bowls hurts ratings
•  STAA's Feldman to Intimidators
•  ESPN responds to alleged plagiarism
•  Will Comcast keep Olympics on NBC?
•  Bellotti to work BCS title game
•  BCS TV ratings could take a loss
•  KROD, ESPN team in El Paso
•  Chicago area icon retires
•  Anwsers mattered to Paradis
•  Greenspan had a golden touch
•  Wells glad to finish year with rival
•  Reds radio team returning
•  Torry Holt joins NFL Network
•  Sportscaster Ron Paradis dies
•  Tim Roye cherishes roots
•  ESPN hires ex-Cavs coach Brown
•  Snyder keeping seat warm for Tait
•  Sportscasting father, son honored
•  STAA's McNamara scores lacrosse job
•  Marcellus Wiley could join ESPN LA
•  Reality TV star gets sports show
•  Sportscaster stepping behind scenes
•  Sportscaster Groover honored
•  No holiday for NBA
•  SNR promotes Larson, adds shows
•  Kellerman for Siciliano in LA
•  Shakeup at WFNZ Charlotte
•  DirecTV might drop Golf Channel
•  Jeanneret gets NHL call up
•  Cubs radio search wide open
•  Syracuase loses sports station
•  Cubs' Pat Hughes gets extension
•  NYC sports radio producer dies
•  NFL hits season low with TNF
•  Paul Carson dies at 60
•  Sportscaster Keen on Kamloops
•  Boyle new voice of Spokane Indians
•  STAA's Hawk named Kernels voice
•  Stephen A. Smith exits Fox AM show
•  Cubs searching for Santo's replacement
•  WGN Radio launching Sports Night
•  Cubs' Pat Hughes gets extension
•  NYC sports radio producer dies
•  NFL hits season low with TNF
•  Broadcast drops dramatic finish
•  Mike Breen pulls double duty
•  STAA's Sandler named Voyagers voice
•  STAA's Jackson finalist for award
•  Major changes at SNR, KGOW
•  Cowherd apologizes for comment
•  Neumeier to Comcast SportsNet
•  Hub host blasted for sex poll
•  Fox adding music to NFL games
•  College ratings trail NFL
•  Busy Eagle to call Rams-Chiefs
•  Flanagan finally gets home game
•  Ex-player tries sportscasting
•  2010's Top 10 sports media stories
•  Miami's memorable catch phrases
•  Powell, Marotta return to Phoenix radio
•  Kaplan gets new deal at CSN Chicago
•  Rose Bowl to air on ESPN only
•  Resch reminisces on hockey
•  Cottrell treading familiar ground
•  Raphael's passion for radio grows
•  Stan Savran back on the air
•  New college hoops show on Sirius
•  Shannon Hogan making splash in TV
•  Twins tweaking radio team
•  Kuselias leaves ESPN for Golf Channel
•  Musburger, Herbstreit get Rose Bowl
•  Dave Niehaus honored
•  Chuck Carroll starts sports show
•  Caps beat Wizards in TV ratings
•  Boston rivals dial up intensity
•  Lawler always Clippers MVP
•  In this NFL game, silence was golden
•  Santo eulogized for joy, hope
•  STAA's Andy Furman gets morning show
•  New college hoops show in New Jersey
•  Kalas becoming familiar face
•  STAA's Innes to afternoons in Houston
•  Summerall's Cotton Bowl streak ends
•  Mount Union expands radio coverage
•  Just call Charley Steiner 'doctor'
•  ESPN/ABC to air 33 bowls
•  Colts voice trashes Manning off air
•  ESPN creates college hoops event
•  2010 NSSA awards finalists announced
•  Van Horn wins Frick Award
•  Hacksaw re-ups for 2 yrs in San Diego
•  101 ESPN renews PM Drive show
•  Kouleas joins TSN hockey coverage
•  Gary Gerould achieves milestone
•  Dayton Dragons sign new radio deal
•  ESPN/ABC to air 33 bowls
•  NHL has high hopes for TV deal
•  Rangers join ESPN 103.3
•  Frick winner to be announced Wed
•  Duo lands Haynesworth interview
•  The year the NFL ate TV
•  Icon Don Meredith dies
•  Ex-sportscaster Frank Soden passes
•  Philly's Fanatic cancels midday show
•  NBC's SNF crew matches great game
•  Strader joins Jimmer for homecoming
•  Carpenter moves to a higher calling
•  Papadakis can't please everyone
•  Santo meant everything to Cubs radio
•  West Virginia's sportscasting legacy
•  STAA's Friedman new voice of Freedom
•  Santo lived and died with Cubs
•  Cubs voice Ron Santo dies
•  WTEM re-signs Andy Pollin
•  Traffic forces Clips' Lawler to miss game
•  Good month for the Hub
•  Condry, Knezevich up for Indiana award
•  Warner draws matchup of ex-teams
•  Tirico unfazed by double duty
•  Guillen's son making name in radio
•  Future World Cup ratings will sag
•  Only partial coverage for SD title games
•  Gordon might call fewer Twins games
•  Shulman takes big step forward
•  ESPN sets baseball radio, TV teams
•  RSN adds Dick Harlan
•  Radio broadcast causes upset
November 2010
•  Announcing careers come to close
•  Sirius XM extends NFL deal
•  Butler radio team shut out of finale
•  At 90, Wolf a strong, steady voice
•  Jorgenson pulls for NDSU
•  Packman took all the chances
•  Dave Shore named OM at ESPN LA
•  Mark Packer exits WFNZ Charlotte
•  NASCAR TV numbers continue to sag
•  STAA's Vance joins KEPR-TV CBS
•  Mobile sportscaster Koblas dies
•  Erin Andrews collects wisdom
•  Bill Rogan a name worth remembering
•  Gaudin's past, present meet
•  Mike Leach sues ESPN
•  Bob Lobel lands New Hampshire gig
•  St. Louis station have defined pecking order
•  Vandermeer does balancing act on KILT
•  Dungy settles into sportscasting career
•  Be thankful for baseball's voices
•  Nantz Award to be presented at NSSA
•  101 ESPN extends PD Barrett
•  Jon Miller declines ESPN Radio offer
•  El Paso icon Nitzburg back on air
•  Veteran Vermont H.S. voice Bullock dies
•  STAA clients & CEO, land NCAA D-I fill-ins
•  Toledo's Frank Gilhooley dies
•  Miller leaning against ESPN Radio offer
•  Steigerwald writes tell-all book
•  Joe McDonnell all but disappears
•  Abritron debuts sports ratings index
•  Fox to air Big 10 title game
•  Compass gets Big 10 title game on radio
•  Pereira on Fox's Super Bowl team
•  101.1 ESPN surges in St. Louis
•  Radio show looks good on NESN
•  Mike & Mike interview Tiger
•  Albert, Barkley join NCAA Tourney TV
•  Cowherd's show about relationships
•  Joe Tait out of hospital
•  Even bad Cowboys draw big
•  STAA's Farber new voice of NCAA champs
•  Cowherd lands CBS sitcom deal
•  Everett to call UTSA hoops
•  Ex-sportscaster finds new love
•  Porter doesn't do it by numbers
•  Spencer tries to call 150 H.S. games
•  STAA's Spero new Santa Clara WBB voice
•  ESPN sets BCS bowl assignments
•  Three man rotation for Cards TV?
•  Berenguer off NESN's 'Daily' duty
•  WWVI launching local sports show
•  Miller move by ESPN hard to figure
•  STAA's Caray new UNLV Network host
•  Mariners' Dave Niehaus dies
•  Dave Niehaus remembered
•  Ex-CBC sports head moving to Rogers
•  Billikens hoops staying on 101 ESPN
•  Dennis & Callahan primping for TV
•  Lasky is the voice o Canandaigua
•  ESPN gives UT 'insurance policy'
•  Versus adds to its hockey coverage
•  NHL ready to cash in on TV deal
•  CBC Sports head Moore resigns
•  Services held for Bob Fulton
•  ESPN dumps Miller, Morgan
•  ESPN interested in reaquiring NHL
•  Dick Ebersol's last stand?
•  Niagara hoops to air on WGR
•  Astros-Rockets Net might resemble HSE
•  Wiitala the voice of experience
•  Longhorns, ESPN to partner
•  Miami Heat changing stations
•  Sports media legends get show
•  USD basketball to XTRA Sports 1360
•  Broadcasting keeps Howard in game
•  Darryl Parks promoted at Clear Channel
•  Hunziker's voice rings of family influence
•  Signoff for NESN's Cole Wright
•  Sports Hub's PM Drive excels
•  101 ESPN cracks top 3
•  Miller subdued excitement on ESPN
•  USA Today poll ranks NFL's top voices
•  Schwan doesn't give up sports talk dream
•  ESPN finds new Pittsburgh home
•  ESPN hires college hoops analysts
•  Fox begins Rangers push
•  Mike Ditka still rules at 71
•  Fulton great broadcaster, better man
•  Ex-Gamecocks voice Fulton dies
•  ESPN not enough for Pittsburgh's 970
•  NFL Net names SVP Programming
•  White Sox, WSCR reach deal
•  World Series ties for lowest rated
•  ESPN finds new Pittsburgh home
•  STAA's Wagenheim joins Nicholls State
•  Tait hospitalied with blood clot
•  Lamb, Evans out in Sacramento
•  Gelehrter to call UC hoops on TV
•  Miller follows bouncing ball
•  Husing had few broadcasting peers
•  Versus axes Sterger's show
•  Jen Sterger considering suit
•  FSN loses Astros, Rockets
•  Astros, Rockets launching network
•  Will Orioles land on WBAL?
•  Mike Gorman enjoying ride of his life
October 2010
•  Josh Lewin takes sports talk gig
•  Fox, Dish Network resolve tiff
•  Analysis may interrupt the laughter
•  STAA's Suchon to call UCSB hoops
•  Marakovits joins Sixers TV
•  Heat coming to TV near you
•  NFL ratings could impact CBA tiff
•  Hard on the eyes -- and ears
•  CSNW's Bell digs TV job
•  Enberg honored with Naismith Award
•  Heat-Celtics sets ratings record
•  Eucker sent home from hospital
•  Cavs' Tait has heart procedure
•  Geronimo released from hospital
•  Fox defends actions vs Cablevision
•  Fox going high tech for Series
•  NBA TV guide for '10-11
•  Benetti is the voice of hustle
•  Johnson's Big Ten workload doubles
•  Collinsworth gets it done
•  Is World Series doomed to failure?
•  ESPN bids on Longhorns Network
•  STAA's Platz new Stanford hoops voice
•  STAA's Studdert Sundogs new voice
•  KHTK's Geronimo injured in fall
•  WNDE new home of Indians
•  Gus Johnson lowballed by Knicks
•  ESPN 1050 looking to youth
•  Sports rule airwaves in Vegas
•  Brokered shows popular in Vegas
•  Joe Tait to have heart procedure
•  Heat broadcasts still undecided
•  CTV nabs rights to Canadiens
•  Steve Webster honored
•  John Sterling always on call
•  Gorman, Heinsohn hold court
•  Gus Johnson out as Knicks voice
•  Patrick embracing new TV show
•  Coaching lessons paid off for Mills
•  STAA's Hasty joins WSJS mornings
•  Uecker has successful surgery
•  Storm back on NBA coverage
•  Devils airing road games on radio
•  Can sports save scheduled TV?
•  Simpson joins Devils broadcasts
•  WEEI hosts get show on NESN
•  Fox pulls plug on Cablevision
•  TW, Disney to start ESPN on Web
•  Host apologizes for BYU comments
•  Maine station making change
•  CNS's Baltimore coverage growing
•  Chicago welcomes Patrick on TV
•  Sports talk movie coming
•  STAA's Chavez gets Wichita PM Drive
•  Cavs voice Joe Tait recovering
•  Sportscaster McNamara dies
•  Red Zebra selling WXTR 730 AM
•  Miller, Morgan's ESPN days numbered?
•  Oilers voice on farewell tour
•  LCS poised for solid ratings
•  Carton paid some dues in Buffalo
•  Sportscasters unite marketing effort
•  Thompson new PD at ESPN LA
•  Delevitt named PD at WMVP
•  ESPN going all out on BCS show
•  Grieses to share ESPN2 booth
•  Cards top MLB cable ratings
•  A tribute to 'Holtzie'
•  Michaels still the voice of NFL
•  Cole among Canadian greats
•  Grading the postseason on TBS
•  Uecker to undergo second surgery
•  Cavs name replacement broadcasters
•  Wilkenson new Purple Aces voice
•  Fired sportscaster sues for discrimination
•  Barry reflects on 50-year career
•  STAA's Young new Grizzlies voice
•  Fox likely partner on Longhorns network
•  Terry Porter joins Blazers broadcasts
•  Fired host Gork lands UF job
•  NFL dominating MLB in ratings
•  Heat fired up over radio deal
•  Eric Snow joins Sixers broadcast
•  NFL sacks baseball in ratings
•  Fan dominates Pittsburgh's ESPN
•  Cavs voice Joe Tait hospitalized
•  Lewin out as Rangers TV voice
•  Kernels'John Rodgers stepping down
•  Illinois sportscaster Kimball dies
•  Felts to Kansas Hall of Fame
•  Tello new GM at Fox Sports Florida
•  Must must address Favre scandal
•  Stevens enters 25th season with Amerks
•  Johnson transitions nicely to baseball
•  TBS misleads ALDS viewers
•  STAA's Reed named Nailers voice
•  Islanders games may air on college station
•  Neely's future with Padres uncertain
•  Ex-station owner sues company
•  Clark out at FSM; Horton next?
•  Fox rift may keep Stars off TV
•  Comcast to air KGOW morning show
•  Crawford to continue as voice of Wolf Pack
•  WEEI, Sports Hub continue rating well
•  101 ESPN moves into top 3
•  Statue memorializes Sid Hartman
•  The perils of sports radio interviews
•  Miller ready for Kings opener
•  Brian Anderson made the right call
•  Tello exits FS Houston for Sun Sports
•  Rays promote Anderson to full-time
•  Harwell to be remembered in play
•  ORU renews broadcast deals
•  Patrick defies odds after leaving ESPN
•  Big Ten Net changing college sports
•  Moss trade could further boost ratings
•  Sportscasters break-in on Net
•  Phillies extend radio deal
•  TBS, ESPN Radio set playoff lineups
•  ABC assigns Millen to UM-MSU
•  NFL: Chargers game on TV illegally
•  TBS Aderson finally lands in big time
•  Field to booth takes hard work
•  Kornheiser re-ups with Red Zebra
•  Cleveland icon Van Lane passes
•  Frick Award finalists announced
•  IceRays to air on 1440 AM
•  Harlan's comment raises ire in Hawaii
•  Yankees TV team gives way to TBS
•  The Reds voice sound excited
•  History with ACC secures Raycom future
•  FSN to distribute Patrick show
•  NHL bullish on next rights deal
•  TBS giving Johnson shot at Yankees
•  TBS sets MLB playoff schedule
•  Sileo off air in Orlando
•  Actor Wuhl lands sports radio show
•  Orioles unlikely to leave The Fan
•  Grand Slam takes swing in STL
•  New Oilers voice getting to work
•  Barrett adds Razorbacks hoops duties
•  Preparing to be voice of the Devils
•  World Series game to start early
•  Mariotti pleads no contest
•  Phillips joins Mad Dog Channel
•  Dust settling after San Diego changes
•  End of two eras in St. Louis
•  Winer to host TBS' playoff coverage
•  Holliday a man for all seasons
•  ESPNW targeting women
•  H.S. state tourney sells radio rights
•  Enberg eager to do it again
•  Jack Edwards ready for ice time
•  Miller living childhood dream
September 2010
•  Mike North back on in Chicago
•  STAA's Lavon new CHL hockey voice
•  CSN launching SportsNet Central
•  Alzugaray to Miami's WFTL
•  Bocchini from CHL to AHL's Aeros
•  Tabbing Pittsburgh's ratings winner
•  STAA's MacKay gets 1160 ESPN show
•  Rangers sign $1.6 billion TV deal
•  ESPN Radio finds San Diego home
•  Fox to employ cameras in the sky
•  The future of Pittsburgh sports radio
•  Merrill Reese voted Philly's best
•  McNeil tuned in with listeners
•  STAA's Blair excels at GSU
•  Albany Devils hire Josh Heller
•  STAA duo earn shots at pro hockey
•  Celtics, WEEI extend contract
•  Orioles taking bids for radio deal
•  Madden, Summerall to be honored
•  No live Ryder cup coverage
•  Gruden runs the Monday night show
•  Smith to PM Drive in San Diego
•  ESPN Pittsburgh dropping sports
•  Reporter replaced at Niners' request
•  STAA's Blair excels at GSU
•  Orlando Alzugaray leaving WQAM
•  Jack Clark exits FSM
•  Don Stevens to Amerks Hall of Fame
•  Fredericksburg gets new sports station
•  Chiefs to honor Bill Grigsby
•  PD Craig leaves mark in Chicago
•  Coppock still loves the gig at 62
•  Catching up with UFL's Minervini
•  ESPN taking a closer look
•  PD Craig from ESPN Chicago to NY
•  Bills network drops advertiser
•  Predators find new radio home
•  STAA's Ridaught new voice of UNF hoops
•  Robitaille ready to return to mike
•  Local grad voice of Cal hoops
•  New Charlotte show stays positive
•  STAA's Willenbring takes Aberdeen job
•  Turner to operate NCAA digital props
•  Host's comment stirs controversy
•  Student reflects on ESPN internship
•  John Lund to Portland's Game
•  Qerim leaveing ESPN2 for Versus
•  CHML unveils new on-air lineup
•  Corey Graham joins Oil Kings
•  Big Ten Net looking to get bigger
•  Shapre addresses issues on CBS
•  Giants back on MSG
•  Gillispie named Broadcaster of the Year
•  NFL commentators hit stride
•  Ernie Johnson back in the booth
•  Whitlock's sport is controversy
•  Franklin's signature is player's backgrounds
•  ESPN's SportsNation a hit
•  Condors hockey to air on Fox Sports 970
•  August media power rankings
•  Sharpe's accuser drops charges
•  Wells to Cincinnati's Channel 12
•  Ficorelli to call IceMen hockey
•  Uncertan future at San Diego sports station
•  Boston ratings battle a good one
•  Cards move to KMOX completes loop
•  SNR's Berger enjoying Houston
•  Women reporters in men's locker rooms
•  GM Chris Berry exits 710 ESPN LA
•  Shannon Sharpe takes leave from CBS
•  Gilbert to host national show
•  Sinkoff now concentrating on show
•  ESPN St. Louis rates among nation's best
•  Joe Namath joins Sirius XM
•  Suns Al McCoy reducing work load
•  Page to host Colonials Kickoff
•  Brian Long new PD at ESPN Seattle
•  Johnson named TBS ALCS voice
•  DC getting new sports station
•  The Sports Hub makes gains
•  Houston Arbitrons tighten
•  Versus to air Triple-A title game
•  George Blaha to Michigan sports hall
•  Athletes must respect female reporters
•  Potter brings fun to Red Storm radio
•  Krystal to AM drive on Toronto's Fan
•  ESPN rockets to Top 5 in St. Louis
•  UFL sets 2010 broadcast talent
•  Sussman realizes dream winning contest
•  Behind the scenes on MNF
•  STAA clients doing USA Today games
•  Jay Mariotti to be charged
•  Jets owner apologizes to reporter
•  Nantz in front row for history
•  Hannah Storm long on gumption
•  Brian Noe named PD, host in Albany
•  Carton loves WFAN gig
•  Jets allegedly harrass TV reporter
•  Ex-Senators voice Menchine dies
•  DU hockey to air on Denver's Fan
•  ESPN Radio back on in Abilene
•  NFL's trench warfare gets miked
•  The world according to Dick Ebersol
•  Big Ten Net listens to fans
•  Kings' Bob Miller undergoing surgery
•  KTRS fires Mike Claiborne
•  Kevin Slaten saga near end
•  Fox Sports Radio sets weekend lineup
•  ISU broadcaster Bob Foster stepping down
•  NFL broadcasts will look different
•  New FAN host needs to make splash
•  Sirius launches college sports channel
•  DC might be getting new sports station
•  NESN launching national network
•  Jay Mariotti avoids charges
•  Lapham enters 25th year with Bengals
•  King gets another shot at Frick Award
•  Wendy Nix: from beach to field
•  Bertaccini wins Sirius XM contest
•  Matt Metzger new Phantoms voice
•  2010 NFL broadcasting guide
•  Raycom launching ACC Network
•  PD Murphy out at ESPN Seattle
•  Bruno, Radnich get TV show
•  Extra duty for Fox NFL analysts
•  WFAN's Huessler, Somers visit Yale
•  Paying tribute to Bob Barry Sr
•  Matt Provence looking forward to rest
•  Canellis promoted at WFLD Chicago
•  Theisman joining NFL Network
•  Eisen getting new NFL Network gig
•  Lane, Carrier land Tampa radio show
•  Miller gets Jacksonville show
•  Steelers crush PIT in ratings
•  2010 NFL TV lineups
•  ESPN personalities defend Dibble
•  York ready for kickoff at Liberty
•  Disney, Time Warner reach deal
•  Andrews moves up with GameDay
•  SEC, ESPN both want more
•  Cards fix mistake with KMOX return
•  Salisbury enjoying Net radio show
•  Fox talking wider view of football
•  Durham, Barnhardt get Atlanta show
•  Outlaws airing all games on Net
•  Nationals ax Rob Dibble
•  BYU signs deal with ESPN
•  Ex-Jim Rome producer gets show
•  SNY kicks off UCONN football
•  Ex-Tulane voice Crockett dies
•  Mike North embracing Fox weekends
•  H.S broadcasters reunite at Ball St
•  Cleaves transitions to TV
•  Bottom line is the thing at KGOW
•  Al Michaels as good as it gets
•  Cardinals returning to KMOX
•  Campbell U. Football Network expands
•  ESPN Lincoln adding local show
•  Landers to call last Salt Bowl
•  Al Michaels admits reporting fib
•  STAA's Tully to Fox 23 TV Tulsa
•  Candidates abound for new OU voice
•  Mike Wise suspended for fake Tweet
•  Rome changing San Diego stations
•  Dibble's future still unclear
•  Gino Toretta joins WQAM lineup
•  ESPN3 to air live football
•  A new game plan at NESN
•  New CSN gig for Donaldson
•  Contest winner gets WFAN show
•  New football lineup in Nashville
•  'Bama HS sports show starts Season 11
•  Game Day in Peach State premieres
•  Fall led Berry to broadcasting
•  Berry's passion has never waned
•  Rating TV's NFL analysts
August 2010
•  Josh Bogorad new Aces voice
•  OU's Bob Berry announces retirement
•  PD Larry Gifford exits ESPN LA
•  Time Warner, ESPN reach agreement
•  Ravens find new home on CSN
•  Colleagues chime in on Mariotti
•  Mike North starting over
•  Field to booth transition is tough
•  Atlanta's Zone is sold
•  Benarzyk out at ESPN Tampa
•  Purdue football has familiar new voice
•  Larry Christy will be missed on radio
•  Pepperdine sportscaster honored
•  WAC creates new TV network
•  Dibble of losing MASN gig
•  Zangrilli leaves Altoona Curve
•  ESPN demands frustrate H.S. coaches
•  Wendy Nix making mark at ESPN
•  Buck likes having ref in booth
•  Mazer still an amazin' sportscaster
•  Leitner returning to Padres in 2011
•  Ex-Cowboy Pearson joins 103.3
•  STAA's Foley scores ECHL hockey job
•  Dodgers' Collins joins Big Ten Net
•  Loran Smith leaving UGA sidelines
•  Lewin scrambles to call Chargers, Padres
•  Greenwald familiar with paying dues
•  Big Ten Network sets broadcast teams
•  STAA's Chapman joins Fox Toledo
•  WIP's Gargano lands Fox gig
•  McClearin new Stars studio host
•  Giffins hockey lands new radio home
•  ESPN ices Jenn Brown's beer deal
•  Westwood One sets NFL teams
•  Ian Eagle earns No. 3 CBS NFL slot
•  Johnston named president at TSN
•  OSU Radio Network expands
•  MMA radio show coming to Vegas
•  Cheers for Mariotti's arrest
•  NYC's best all-time sportscasters
•  Rotruck new voice of Phantoms
•  Michaels new Oilers hockey voice
•  Sportscaster Chris Tunis dies
•  Phil King promoted at TSN
•  Kouleas out at Toronto's Score
•  Ike Reese joining CBS3
•  Newkirk out as Phantoms broadcaster
•  Big 12 discussing TV network
•  Mariotti puts career in jeopardy
•  Scully returning for 62nd season
•  ESPN's Jay Mariotti arrested
•  Dotseth leaving XTRA Sports 1360
•  MU shuffles football network voices
•  Leonsis considering TV network
•  MSG Varsity going high def
•  Charlotte gets sports radio alternative
•  Dallas' Ticket adds high school show
•  Bryan Burwell out in St. Louis
•  Cardinals broadcaster arrested
•  Sale of KFNS St. Louis is complete
•  ESPN looking for San Diego home
•  Kentucky Sports Radio to WKJK
•  GSU sets broadcast team
•  Reds find new radio homes
•  O'Brien finds road back to sportscasting
•  Gresh is heat-resistant host
•  Avey was one of the Kings' men
•  Harpring joining Jazz TV
•  Maryland getting new sports station
•  Domine retiring after 37 years
•  75 year old Landers retiring
•  Vispoli's love keeps him going
•  They'd rather be heard than seen
•  New lineup at Toronto's Fan
•  Fresno station adds weekend sports
•  Goldwater gets TV games in Charleson
•  STAA's Lancello to KZRG Joplin
•  Duquesne shuffles hoops broadcasts
•  WFAN host contest down to three
•  Maineiacs reach radio deal
•  Little League replay getting big
•  Q&A with Mike Leach
•  Mike North to Fox Sports Radio
•  950 AM likely home for Avs, Nuggets
•  Leach joins CBS College Sports
•  Fox sets NFL broadcast teams
•  Sportscaster fired over hat
•  Jay Cottrell to WBAL
•  Wisconsin sportscasters honored
•  Plymouth Whalers sign radio deal
•  Greg Wrubell enjoying dream job
•  Warner replaces Green again
•  Tirico talks a great game
•  Len Pasquarelli leaves ESPN
•  Fox giving Mora, Warner TV roles
•  CBS nails PGA coverage
•  Rangers hit all-time ratings high
•  Redskins broadcast team ready for kickoff
•  FSO keeps Reds fans connected
•  Cats' radio duo recalls their favorites
•  MLB short on minority broadcasters
•  Vic Lombardi should play it straight
•  STAA's Willenbring joins WHSM
•  Cardinals still undecided on radio
•  KRWZ new Nuggets flagship
•  ESPN Radio tops Houston ratings
•  Cowherd's influence spreading
•  Enberg has memories aplenty
•  Numerous outlets in Boston for Shaq
•  Warner set for AFL TV debut
•  White Sox, WSCR near deal
•  Ex-Bucs voice Nellie King dies
•  Looking back with Joe Tait
•  101 ESPN partners with KMOV/News 4
•  Pat O'Brien joining Fox Sports Radio
•  Bruce Jacobs to Sporting News Radio
•  Flames, Oilers sign long deals with Rogers
•  Czaban and crew return to mornings
•  Mayock building career through hard work
•  Twins, 1500 ESPN extend radio deal
•  Czaban gets Sporting News Radio show
•  Showtime's Jay Larkin dies
•  Rude gets new deal at Atlanta's Fan
•  Padres to stream five games
•  Admirals hockey moving to FM
•  Vispoli working long days to build career
•  Mayock tops July media power poll
•  ESPN SportsCenter expanding
•  KOA tabs Griese as Broncos analyst
•  Buck denies distracting A-Rod
•  Angelos blamed for MASN, Ravens split
•  Barry Lyons back on the air
•  Boston sports stations battle for ratings
•  Bruce Gilbert: WJFK helped WTEM
•  Might Big East launch TV network?
•  ESPN/ABC unveil football rosters
•  San Diego losing ESPN Radio
•  Neumeier keeps all channels open
•  Lou Merloni one-for-one
•  Seeking unique in Miami sportscasting
•  STAA's Desiere joins Denver's Ticket
•  Olbermann off Sunday Night NFL TV
•  Reporter kicked out of Utes practice
•  Jim Brooks new voice of CSU-Pueblo
•  Ravens scrambling after MASN deal ends
•  Von Wade back on the air
•  Q&A with Dick Enberg
•  Grizzlies voice Pott stepping down
•  Coswell never won Rozelle Award
•  STAA's Brown joins Oklahoma station
•  OKC Thunder reach TV deal
•  West Virginia station branches out
•  Networks coveting Brett Favre
•  Whit Watson joins Golf Channel
•  McDonnell on road to recovery
•  Ravens looking for TV station
•  Bruce Gilbert joins CBS Radio Dallas
•  CBS, Comcast cut 10 year deal
•  Mayock named Notre Dame analyst
•  Jill Carlson exiting WFLD-TV
•  Boomer and Carton coming to MSG
•  STAA's Johnson new voice at ASC
•  Don Chiodo joins CMU radio
•  Dish Network takes aim at Comcast
•  IMG's acquisition good for industry
•  Buster Olney's roots in Vermont
•  Sponsorship driving KCNC coverage
•  SNY producer Picker calls the shots
July 2010
•  Gaudin new voice of Butler hoops
•  STAA's Nathan to call Tar Heels hoops
•  GSU Eagles Network grows to 16
•  Sportscaster Sisisky will be missed
•  IMG acquires ISP
•  Pacers' voice Mark Boyle taking a hike
•  ESPN producer Siegel dies at 43
•  WEEI says ratings numbers are legit
•  Ryan Mock signing off as Suns voice
•  Nationals' TV ratings on upswing
•  Adams exits Atlanta's Zone
•  Pam Ward wants shot at NFL games
•  Somers more than a schmoozer
•  STAA's Caray to call BSC Panthers games
•  Shanks brings new ideas to Fox Sports
•  Bill Powers wins LSCD award
•  New show to debut in Indy, nationally
•  Red Sox lose RSN ratings lead
•  Lumberjacks find new radio home
•  Denis Puska returns to Amarillo
•  Low golf ratings should raise red flag
•  Dust settles in Denver sports radio
•  Boise State sets football braodcasts
•  Rangers TV ratings are robust
•  Theismann perfet fit for Notre Dame TV
•  Lundquist really is a good one
•  Young sportscaster brings it all to game
•  Sportscaster Terry Sisisky dies
•  Red Wings renew broadcast deal
•  Amber leaves ESPN for Raptors TV
•  UW Huskies shake up radio booth
•  Sportscasters move into new roles
•  Pregame, WEEI calls for changeup
•  Tuna set to return to airwaves
•  Ex-Red Wing joins Detroit station
•  Austin host off air until election
•  Bob Uecker's return eases pain
•  News USC voice realizes dreams
•  Young MTSU alums on airwaves
•  ESPN getting defensive with MLB stats
•  STAA's Bruey to ABC TV Orlando
•  Doug Greenwald gets callup to bigs
•  Sports Hub hanging tough with WEEI
•  Chris Russell jumps from JFK to TEM
•  Sports station donated to minority group
•  Reds a big hit on TV, radio
•  Jon Miller has earned Hall induction
•  ESPN ombudsman rules on 'The Decision'
•  Yankes PA Olden aiming for longevity
•  Bill Riley new Utes voice
•  Uecker returning to Brewers Friday
•  Les Shapiro lands at new Denver station
•  Baylor's Morris okay after accident
•  Sportscaster publishes first book
•  WCBS radio guys making TV mark
•  Bill King still missed
•  Getting to know Natalie Taylor
•  Bob Stauffer staying with Oilers
•  Hawks, Thrashers to air on 99X FM
•  Legendary Tulsa sportscaster reminisces
•  Red Rock Radio names Ciskie SD
•  Chris Berman answers his critics
•  STAA's Bryan Holland joins Suns
•  Radio vets return to airwaves
•  Sports fans take to radio
•  Iconic Jim Church retiring
•  Riggins tries to appeal to Ravens fans
•  LA sportscaster Madden dies
•  Ficorelli joins IceMen hockey
•  101 ESPN continues to win in St. Louis
•  Cardinals baseball moving to cable
•  Big time sports on cable to stay
•  New Fan host speaks his mind
•  Denver sports radio shakeup
•  STAA's Furman lands national show
•  Pit Panthers to air on KDKA
•  MSSU signs new radio partner
•  Casting NESN in a new light
•  Staats has worked withlegends
•  Fraser leaves as Blazers voice
•  KOCO hires sportscaster Bob Irzyk
•  Kelly to call Chiefs preseason games
•  Newbery new voice of Greyhounds
•  ESPN pulling out new tricks at ESPN
•  TV loses money on World Cup
•  Listeners identify Lasky's bird calls
•  Michael Irvin gets WQAM show
•  Ex-Steeler Miller joins Pittsburgh's Fan
•  WFAN holding contest for host
•  STAA's Randazzo joins UNLV-ISP Network
•  Candidate loses spot on ESPN Radio show
•  Kelly Crull joins OKC Thunder
•  Chris Berman wins Rozelle award
•  Erin Andrews joining College GameDay
•  Tara Pachmayer fired by Channel 12
•  Mia Harris addresses trying times at WFAN
•  McCarthy sharing baseball love with son
•  Chris Fisher new voice of USC hoops
•  LeBron wins in ratings
•  STAA's McKay joins 94Rock, US92
•  ACC signs 12-year deal with ESPN
•  Nick Brunker to call Cyclones hockey
•  Donaldson has Comcast sports gig
•  Alan York embracing Liberty job
•  ESPN overplays LeBron show
•  Mark Schlereth joining KKFN
•  HBO dropping heavyweight title fights
•  Joe Starkey wins Schenkel award
•  A truly bad decision
•  Duquesne hoops to air on WPGB
•  Ex-Nantz winner Cavalier honored
•  Big Ten Network defies skeptics
•  Wimbledon fades in World Cup glow
•  Alan York new voice at Liberty U.
•  STAA's Straw grabs host slot at KILT
•  Steve Davis to mornings in DC
•  Sean Osbourne out in Sarasota
•  Too much talk on Rockies TV?
•  John Lynch enjoying TV work
•  Blue Jays voices offer different views
•  Tori Holt exits, Waner joins CSU radio
•  Ravens radio expands into DC market
•  Erin Andrews staying at ESPN
•  Page to call Hartford UFL games
•  Sirius XM looking for next great host
•  Team scrambles to fill broadcast void
•  Terps moving to ESPN 980
•  STAA's Furman hosting Fox Sports Radio
•  ESPN Radio PD Harris exiting
•  Rogers buys Raptors radio, tv rights
•  Grand Slam Sports takever over 1380 AM
•  Riggins returns to MASN
•  Pac 10 Network bidding war developing
•  Herbst looks to build another network
•  Radical change marks CBS golf
June 2010
•  PD Spielberg out at 1050 ESPN
•  ESPN keeping Tyler for 2014 soccer
•  Sirius XM adding fantasy sports show
•  Kevin Harlan lands MNF gig
•  Ron Franklin staying at ESPN
•  Butler basketball moves to The Fan
•  Vance Palm to call BC football
•  World Cup TV could lose millions
•  Mike Missanelli fires back
•  Holy Cross student honored
•  Bucs' Benway gives grad speech
•  STAA's Innes to host Jim Rome Show
•  WKNR shakes up lineup
•  Brown replaced Harmon with Brewers
•  Local sports plays out on radio
•  Ex-MLB sportscaster Brown dies
•  World Cup ratings soar
•  Fallout at Toronto's Fan
•  Ex-ref joining Fox NFL coverage
•  Philly sports radio fight is on
•  Sportscaster Adamle won't be stopped
•  Alfred Williams keeps making magic
•  AAA all-stars getting national broadcasts
•  Slaten's status could be in flux
•  Steve Davis returning to air in Baltimore?
•  ESPN's Pam Shriver regrets comments
•  Stephen A. Smith getting Showtime gig?
•  Dolphins adding Stockton for preseason
•  Erin Andrews leaving ESPN?
•  Rice, UH gain exposure
•  Ohlmeyer, Kusserow form TV shingle
•  Neely sharp in return to Padres booth
•  Seinfeld brings laughs to Mets booth
•  Soccer benefits from British accent
•  ASU sports staying on KTAR
•  Smoak to Waco's ESPN 1660
•  Bucs' Benway to deliver grad speech
•  Reds host Doc Rogers fighting cancer
•  ESPN sets draft coverage
•  Seinfeld joining Mets booth
•  Wheelock broadcasts cageside
•  STAA's Cox new SD at KGAS Radio
•  Pacers, Emmis renew deal
•  Norm Fletcher receives honor
•  T-Wolves hosting interactive draft broadcast
•  Dewayne Staats finds his calling
•  Potter wins Pac West media award
•  Bill Pucko out in Rochester
•  DePauw sportscaster Herrick honored
•  The Ticket continues to dominate Dallas
•  KLAA new Raiders home in LA
•  NBC pulls no punches at U.S. Open
•  More sports for Baltimore show
•  NKU hoops to air on Real Talk 1160
•  Sport show all about the kids
•  Erin Andrews taking free agent plunge
•  Richard Topper out as KGOW GM
•  Ch. 7's Scott Clark exiting
•  Toronto sports radio gets shakeup
•  Blues extend deal with KMOX
•  Boston's Sports Hub rising
•  Enberg taking hiatus for Wimbledon
•  Miccouskee sports show going off air
•  Conferences angling for coverage
•  Dave O'Brien enjoying the pitch
•  Producer wants to mike caddies
•  Big Al Meltzer gets big award
•  STAA's Kolsky lands national show
•  Cox to give others access to Padres
•  Swearengin show expands to TV
•  ESPN co-founder making mark in politics
•  Recent grad wins top award
•  Fathers' Day: Jim and Dei Lynam
•  Sportscaster Bob Bell passes away
•  Ex-KFAN host Dubayback to workhouse
•  JMV already boosting Fan's revenue
•  Doris Burke glad to see finish line
•  Young's voice growing on air
•  757 Club growing strong after six months
•  Sportscaster excelling in weight room
•  Twins radio rights up for grabs
•  ESPN chose Tyler for Cup opener
•  Big Ten Net a model for success
•  NHL numbers to aid new TV deals
•  STAA's Leuthner to call Lady Blues soccer
•  Major shakeup Monday in St. Louis
•  Ex-Tennessee sportscaster dies
•  Blues hockey staying put
•  STAA's Cox on board with Rafters
•  TBS gets Strasburg on Sunday
•  ESPN delivers your World Cup kicks
•  Kornheiser responds to Rogers' comments
•  ETSU's Stevens honored
•  Florida Panthers back to WQAM
•  KFNS announces new lineup
•  Hullinger gets new gig at WXIA-TV
•  Strasburg debut sets record ratings
•  Brooke Hundley suing ESPN
•  Jon Barry wasn't looking for TV career
•  Liberty getting little face time on MSG
•  ABC has winning hoops team
•  Czarniak's first Countdown a wild ride
•  Braves fans will like Van Wieren's book
•  Aaron Rogers no fan of Kornheiser
•  "Big Dog" gets online radio show
•  SwampDogs Adam Young recognized
•  College of Charleston hires McCarragher
•  Spero Dedes adds CBS NFL job
•  Bob Haynie departs WNST after 10 years
•  Portland State gets new radio home
•  BHS grad named top sportscaster
•  Ohio U. sportscasting duo honored
•  Sportscaster benched for clash with Gaston
•  NY host, columnist feud over material
•  Charlottesville losing its sports station
•  Harlan ideal replacement for Albert
•  Costas has much on his mind
•  Ramsay's career still going strong
•  Riter radio ventures beyond sports
•  Scott fills void in Esks' booth
•  Marv Albert exits NFL radio
•  Ex-broadcaster starting new gig
•  Twork wins 2010 Jim Nantz Award
•  MLS could end up on Versus
•  MacLean helps rescue man from river
•  Ex-Chicago host Murphy suing CBS Radio
•  Rosenberg reprimanded for comments
•  Caps' Weber gets call from Hall
•  WBFF's Gilbert to host weekly sports show
•  Falcons hockey staying on WHYN-AM
•  DC's Top 10 sports talk hosts
•  Van Gundy calls it like everyone sees it
•  Tennis Channel re-signs Ted Robinson
•  Blackhawks TV ratings remarkable
•  Sudberry pinch hitting on Channel 9
•  NBA voices no match for Hearn
•  Sharing memories of a perfect game
•  Ex-WKRN anchor Sara Walsh to ESPN
•  NCAA Tourney radio up for grabs
•  Ferraro, Mendelson out in Ft. Myers
•  Stanley Cup ratings way up
•  Stauffer favorite to be new OIlers voice
•  Jon Miller has helped many teams
May 2010
•  NHL Oilers' Rod Phillips retires
•  CSU adds Tori Holt to radio team
•  The Score 1260 adds Parkins
•  XL950 to again carry Butler football
•  Cardinals broadcasts may be moving
•  Astros, Rockets might jump for money
•  Changes paying off at Houston's KMBE
•  Bill Walton returning to broadcasting
•  Ex-sportscasters Mack passes away
•  STAA's Mitch Hyder honored
•  Target viewers straying from NASCAR
•  Shields celebrates last day at WLTX
•  Ken Rosenthal delivers for viewers
•  Van Gundy excelling behind mike
•  Pettit was best there ever was
•  Shanks named President of Fox Sports
•  Padres' Coleman gets pacemaker
•  101 ESPN cracks Top 5 in St. Louis
•  Jack Ramsay still going strong
•  Don Geronimo to KHTK Sacramento
•  Fox ecstatic about NY Super Bowl
•  ESPN putting kick into World Cup
•  ESPN launching shows for younger fans
•  ESPN needs to keep Andrews
•  Mudcats sign new licensing agreement
•  Dan Dickerson inspired by Harwell
•  DC's all-time Top 10
•  Lex & Terry to Dallas' Fan
•  ESPN embracing fans, technology
•  Comcast close to Astros, Rockets deal
•  Ex-QB enjoying new sports talk career
•  STAA's Faul joins New Media Broadcasters
•  JMV resurfaces at Indy's Fan
•  The Ticket still king in Dallas
•  Mike & Mike tops in Houston
•  Shreveport gets new sports show
•  ESPN leaves Tourney game for pregame
•  Ex-Nuggets voice Albert back in Denver
•  STAA expands services to sportscasters
•  Myers apologizes for Katrina comments
•  White Sox exploring radio options
•  Changes galore in St. Louis
•  Warner back to AFL for TV debut
•  Merloni still a fan favorite
•  H.S. sports hosts win award
•  Fox head to address Katrina comments
•  NHL ratings are red hot
•  John Buccigross recalls his roots
•  Tim McKernan moving to KFNS
•  Ray Bentley joins Grand Rapids station
•  Q&A with Bats' Matt Andrews
•  Darrow exits PD chair at WQAM
•  ESPN San Diego on last legs
•  Books looks inside MiLB radio booth
•  ESPN beats Fox for ACC rights
•  Berman getting Hollywood star
•  Philly TV station adds fans to the mix
•  STAA's Cartelli joins OC Flyers
•  Kielty re-created games from his desk
•  Sportscaster Mike Raita battling cancer
•  Indy's Fan clears way for JMV
•  Jim Gray joins Kings broadcast team
•  Uecker says he's feeling better
•  Broadcast deals keep Foley on bench
•  Cato Butler to Montana Hall
•  Suitor gets radio show
•  Brennaman: perfect call of perfect play
•  Cable killing network baseball coverage
•  A soundtrack for baseball fans
•  STAA's Cox joins Mudcats
•  Nelson to make more calls for Brewers
•  WQAM aims questionable promos at rival
•  WNBA team to have TV, no radio
•  101.1 ESPN widens lead in St. Louis
•  Fox weighs baseball change
•  ABC/ESPN likely to keep ACC games
•  Behind NHL, WNBA TV numbers
•  Scully, Enberg calling LA-SD series
•  Pondering Erin Andrews' next move
•  Chad Hartman to WCCO
•  Seattle Storm reach TV deal
•  PD Graci among cuts in Pittsburgh
•  Steve Selby set for career milestone
•  Jeff Levering adjusting well
•  Guest utters bad word on ESPN2 show
•  Brian Roth new CSU Rams voice
•  Dan Hoard joins Bengals TV
•  Hartman moves from KCBS to KTLA
•  STAA's Vetrano to NECBL's Mountaineers
•  Joe Tait wins Gowdy award
•  Cavs' Tait sets retirement plans
•  Big Ten Network spurs expansion talk
•  Korach perfectly punctuates gem
•  Few people watching MLB Network
•  Ex-NFLer Brown gets national radio show
•  Suns' McCoy nearing end of career
•  Media power rankings for April
•  Harwell gets one last request for Tigers
•  Hokies to air on DC's Fan
•  The Zone's Graham says goodbye
•  Cole rediscovers play-by-play magic
•  Andrews now ace on radio for Bats
•  One on one with Danny Reed
•  Play-by-play a high profile side job
•  Le Batard successful with atypical approach
•  Major shakeups possible in St. Louis
•  Teinowitz facing discipline
•  Bob Uecker released from hospital
•  Compass renews Papa, Flores for Raiders
•  ESPN to go all-out on soccer
•  Enberg: the best is yet to come
•  Mixing sports, politics not easy
•  Illness claims Ottawa legend Kielty
•  Syracuse sportscaster Parton dies
•  STAA client Allen Faul honored
•  STAA's Milhorn calls it as he sees it
•  Harwell's passing hits broadcasters hard
•  Fox plans to go hard after Olympics
•  Ernie Harwell dies at 92
•  Harwell tributes flowing in
•  Edwards retires as voice of Liberty U
•  Murasnky joins Penguin Sports Radio
•  Golic's career worth talking about
•  Con Elliott enjoys his moment
•  STAA's Heisler joins Gateway Grizzlies
•  Waterloo student wins sportscaster award
•  Devils ratings up on MSG
•  Doc brings prescription for sports talk
•  Derby ratings show a winner
•  Poliquin, Lerch back on in Syracuse
•  Jeff Aaron leaves KRKO sports show
•  NSSA hosts awards weekend
•  Live sports on YouTube?
•  Johnson moves from hardwood to diamond
April 2010
•  Kevin Graham named PD at KTAR
•  Uecker's heart surgery a success
•  Brewers games won't be same without Ueck
•  Mark Rogers stepping down at KOCO-5
•  KGOW expands its horizon
•  Grande perseveres through verbal assault
•  WJZ's Viviano assaulted in park
•  Host's questions peeve Chargers players
•  Cover-up talk irks Cards director
•  Nantz grateful for Emmy
•  Amin brings experience to Somerset booth
•  Objections with Sports Emmys
•  Sporting News Radio moving to Houston
•  HBO wins nine Emmys
•  Opportunity a home run for STAA's Young
•  Meterparel assumes BC hoops duties
•  STAA's Beatty new voice of Pheasants
•  Host Bacsik fired over Tweet
•  Baseball wishes Uecker well
•  Cory Provus takes on expanded role
•  Sportscaster Babik pleads guilty
•  Dick Ebersol jabs ESPN
•  HBO still excels at sports documentaries
•  ESPN needs to tweak draft team
•  Bob Uecker to have heart surgery
•  MLB Network wins four Emmys
•  Host apologizes for Tebow comment
•  Villalba to call Rangers Spanish TV games
•  Tracy's career over at RCN
•  NFL draft scores big
•  Grubbs loves calling Zephyrs' baseball
•  Dallas host suspended over Tweet
•  How CBS-Turner won Tourney bid
•  TD Radio releases fall football slate
•  Boston host makes inflamatory remark
•  Kennedy helps subdue man on plane
•  Former NSU voice George Cook dies
•  Bob Miller loves hockey and it shows
•  Hart keeps Wilmington in his heart
•  Bob Wolff setting longevity records
•  STAA's Griffith staying busy on, off air
•  CBS, Turner win NCAA Tourney rights
•  Ripple effect of new NCAA Tourney deal
•  KTRS' John Hadley battles health problems
•  Concussion keeping Watney off NESN
•  Tait nearing end of brilliant career
•  Behind the scenes with Lakers' Dedes
•  STAA's Caray joins San Angelo Colts
•  Kevin Millar joins MLB Network
•  Margulies a great call for Miracle
•  Students get TV experience
•  Mendola leaving WGR for WECK
•  Chick Hearn gets Staples statue
•  Compass Media expands NFL coverage
•  Anita Marks back to Baltimore
•  Vikings reach deal with KARE
•  ESPN moving in Albuquerque
•  NHL preps to renegotiate TV deals
•  TV pulls in star power for draft
•  Yankees lead in PPM baseball report
•  Lynx announce broadcast partners
•  STAA's Randy Gore wins awards
•  Molly Sullivan auditions in Philly
•  Gillispie living sportscasting dream
•  Fox Sports Radio celebrates anniversary
•  Chris Berman signs extension with ESPN
•  Scully marks 60th year with Dodgers
•  Nick Charles in fight for his life
•  TV eyes NFL draft with glitz
•  Seltzer beginning new chapter
•  Major WQAM changes include Irvin
•  STAA's Jordan to call all-star game
•  Jackhammers returning to WJOL
•  Chiswick adapts quickly to new home
•  STAA's Sudikoff to Brockton Rox
•  CBS-Turner may team for Tourney bid
•  Boston radio battle rages
•  March media power rankings
•  Sports Talk celebrates 21st year
•  NFL draft raised ESPN's credibility
•  Lawler is Clippers fans' best friend
•  McCarver belongs in Hall of Fame
•  Benchwarmer Kirk joining ESPN
•  Hollander to host WBAL's Sportsline
•  Sportscaster Bill Grigsby honnored
•  NBC Sports, Ebersol honored
•  Gumbel marks 15th year on Real Sports
•  TNT, ESPN unveil new NBA toys
•  Chicago Fire soccer to ain in HD
•  STAA's Palaszczuk back to college town
•  Remembering Kalas one year later
•  Blackhawks staying on WGN
•  UDN athletics to air on WDAY
•  Jeff Kingery enjoying retirement
•  NCAA near decision on Tourney rights
•  KCTV5 hires Michael Coleman
•  Kings switch stations for playoffs
•  Ross's son lucky for marrow match
•  Rojas is a tech entrepreneur
•  Masters another ratings boon for CBS
•  Jeff Bagwell joins Astros TV
•  ESPN adds jobs
•  Mike Davis back on in Valdosta
•  Czarniak's career on way up
•  STAA's Cooper returning to Beach Bums
•  Networks take a conservative turn
•  All Tiger, all the time at Masters
•  Cardinals exploring radio options
•  Isotopes extend radio deal
•  Rizzo, Goldhammer continue to impress
•  Grosby lured across town by big names
•  Annoying delay on Reds radio
•  Shan Shariff joins KC's 610 Sports Radio
•  Baybears to air on ESPN Radio HD
•  Purdue U. hires new football voice
•  Hofstra, KU, PSU highlight updated AA list
•  STAA's Balionis joins MSG Network
•  Titans push Citadel for decision
•  Plea likely for TV sportscaster
•  Chase IHL Broadcaster of the Year
•  Sioux Falls sports station adds show
•  Mike & Mike to visit Pittsburgh
•  STAA's Oster to Lancaster Barnstormers
•  Grosby leaving KJR for rival
•  Dodgers, KABC extend radio deal
•  Arbitron score MLB on radio
•  Delmarva sports station goes live
•  Franzke on call for more Phils drama
•  Gary Tanguay out in Boston
•  Finebaum show may get new home
•  Mandich gets encouraging news
•  Remy feeling hearty again
•  NY sports show coming to Charlotte
•  Topeka sportscaster Manns honored
•  Enberg: "I'm so pumped"
•  STAA's Bryant named Ports No. 2
•  San Diego AM show back on the air
•  Dodgers, KABC close to extension
•  ESPN station suspends locals shows
•  1160 AM snags Irish football
•  Jethawks land new broadcast outlets
•  Chenier takes it one year at a time
•  Buck philosophical about setback
•  Griffin celebrates 10 years with Storm
•  Milestone for Tom Mee
•  Expect less exposure for Tiger
•  Honesty serves NBC's Miller well
•  WVU's Jacobs returns to Final Four
•  710 ESPN LA, AM 830 partnering
•  Sherry Ross to call another Devils game
•  Buck signs four year deal with Fox
•  Oakland Raiders changing stations
•  Skyview to distribute Braves baseball
•  Gnats announce new radio flagship
•  Fox's Rose joins MLB Network
•  Hawks, WGN working on long-term deal
•  Press Box gets Baltimore radio show
•  NDSU athletics leaving WDAY
March 2010
•  Andrews hopes to stay at ESPN
•  4 ex-Orioles team up with MASN
•  A Royle welcome to Baltimore's Fan, MASN
•  STAA's Hawkins joins Chico Outlaws
•  Hoiles, Charles get Baltimore show
•  ESPN to land more NFL rights
•  Indians baseball returning to XL 950
•  Changes at The Fan in Dallas
•  Dallas' Fan overtakes ESPN 103.3
•  Montgomery gets new sports station
•  Erin Andrews wants to stay in sports
•  Cosell taught great sportscasting
•  Sports host Geoff Sindelar passes
•  Pioneer Chet Simmons dies
•  Vegas sports talker Lee Pete dies
•  Changes for Kaplan, Laski, WGN
•  ESPN Radio leaving Abilene
•  Upsets haven't hurt Tourney ratings
•  Sportscaster charged with exposure
•  XX morning dispute drags on
•  XX morning tryouts a disaster
•  Veteran voices speak from experience
•  UNI's Rima has waited a while for this
•  Games only part of job for Leonard
•  Taglavore to call Arena Football
•  Fox Sports' Hill not afraid of risks
•  Revolution soccer to air on Sports Hub
•  Montreal MLS games to air on The Team
•  MLB Network wants Chris Rose
•  TNT trio to call play-by-play
•  Adam Amin new voice of Patriots
•  West Virginia station flipping to sports
•  Who will replace Gudel on SportsNite?
•  High school sports play on cable
•  Wofford enjoys working close to home
•  Host Adam Neft joining WBNS
•  Dennis Glasgow leaving Red Zebra
•  Hatch named OM at Bonneville Seattle
•  Mentzl to call Iron football on WSSP
•  STAA's Doty joins Hickory Crawdads
•  Mick Gillispie to call Cubs games
•  Adam Marco new voice of WV Power
•  Leitner's son okay after shooting
•  Sports Emmy nominees announced
•  ABC 32's Bagni among 'Bama's best
•  Vin Scully embarrassed by fall
•  Talk of the Tourney
•  STAA's Pauley to AAA Sky Sox
•  KSTP PD Konrad critically injured
•  Scully hospitalized, okay after fall
•  Korneiser in hot water again
•  Anderson's deal with TBS is pending
•  Madden to receive lifetime award
•  No live TV for Tiger's return?
•  Dedes' world is good right now
•  Harlan's Big 8 experience helped
•  Spanarkel's work a labor of love
•  Directing is gender neutral job
•  Exec leery of league channels
•  NESN trying to solve chemistry problem
•  Prim Siripipat out at CBS 4 Miami
•  Bob Miller returning to Kings TV
•  Madness keeps CBS on its toes
•  Yard Dawgz football to air on KXXY
•  STAA's Farber new voice of IE 66ers
•  Monaco, Musselman call Versus NBDL
•  TBS deal for Brian Anderson?
•  Chris Madsen returns to KNX
•  Houston Dynamo renews TV deal
•  CBS exec Aresco behind Tourney times
•  John Smoltz joins Turner Sports
•  DirecTV, Versus finally reach accord
•  Bob Kravitz off the air in Indy
•  Kaplan, Smith say station breached contract
•  Cleaves joins FSD as Pistons analyst
•  Sherry Ross to be honored
•  WMVP to carry hoops live
•  Orioles network adds six affiliates
•  Tiger's return will draw huge ratings
•  Knight impresses as hoops analyst
•  Achievement award named for Harwell
•  Revs games to air on CSN
•  Redhawks renew radio deal
•  STAA's Richards joins OKC RedHawks
•  Conn moving up at Baltimore's Fan
•  Embattled San Diego show heading to FM?
•  Dawson leaving Portland for Dallas
•  ESPN shows to air on ABC
•  Morley Scott new Eskimos voice
•  Bryant, Rucker to host UT Vols show
•  CBS solid on selection show
•  Nantz stays true to his voice
•  Czarniak moving from pits to host
•  Raftery everyone's best bar buddy
•  LA host now making films
•  Dispute keeps San Diego show off air
•  Networks await NCAA TV decision
•  Georgia Southern extends radio pact
•  Paul Finebaum's show goes national
•  ABC gets a new Wide World of Sports
•  Sid Rosenberg writes a book
•  Enberg appreciates NCAA's growth
•  Enberg eager to call Padres baseball
•  Sudden ending stirred Alice Cook
•  Forever the voice of Baltimore sports
•  Ted Sarandis gets show on Boston's Hub
•  Ernie's first call with Tigers hits 50
•  McLaughlin keeps busy in off-season
•  ESPN talent talks through criticism
•  Mike Flanagan returning to Orioles TV
•  Arbitron releases NFL ratings report
•  Philly talkers do battle in print
•  WQAM's Jim Mandich battling cancer
•  Chuck Wilson returning to ESPN Radio
•  CBS sets NCAA Tourney TV teams
•  CBS ready for foray into 3D
•  No return date set for ESPN Lincoln
•  NFL Network to air ACC games?
•  The Fan Sports Network launches in DC
•  Riggins, Czaban battle for MASN PM
•  Nationals back on WFED-AM
•  AFL's Gladiators sign radio deal
•  Missoula Osprey renew radio contract
•  The next reinvention of Bill Walton
•  ESPN Radio Cowherd, Van Pelt changes
•  ESPN New York juggling lineup
•  Boston College, ISP extend deal
•  ESPN LA adding local show
•  ESPN learns from 3D experiment
•  Sportscaster is back in the game
•  Fired sportscaster finds new career
•  Two sports stations in Twin Cities
•  Cowherd show being reduced one hour
•  Hershiser added to Sunday night games
•  WQAM awaiting word on Mandich's return
•  David Dalati joins KFNC Houston
•  Sampsell to program Jamaica sports station
•  Utica station drops Fox for ESPN
•  Padres radio booth still hazy
•  Cardinals weigh radio options
•  Clear Channel faces Dolphins decisions
•  Kalas remembered fondly at camp
•  SFMS Sports shines light on local sports
•  Mike Morgan to do Braves TV games
•  Versus to air nightly sports show
•  STAA's Anastos joins Dayton Dragons radio
•  Alexander new TNT NASCAR voice
•  Brad Sham out as voice of FC Dallas
•  Townsend to host A's postgame
•  710 ESPN Seattle tweaks lineup
•  Al Galdi earns promotion at ESPN 980
•  Goldberg to fill-in on NBDL games
•  New faces, roles hit sports TV
•  Angels hire Victor Rojas
•  Moonves: NBC likely to keep Olympics
•  STAA's Hyde new voice of Sand Gnats
•  Phillips hopes to return to broadcasting
•  KUPA-AM Hawaii preps resurrection
•  Padres shake up radio booth
•  Rogers launching new sports station
•  Barnstormers staying on ESPN
•  STAA's Gurevitch fills-in for Sixers
•  Billings Mustangs hire Joe Block
•  Eskimos in no rush to hire voice
•  Olympic TV ratings as expected
•  Michael Irvin may sue ESPN
•  Ten STAA clients nab jobs in February
•  Saeger leaving Class A for Missions
•  New Eskimos voice to be named soon
•  Pepcasts SE hires play-by-play voices
•  WQAM loses Dolphins football
•  WEEI producer suspended for texts
•  The Ticket dominating in Dallas
•  NBC hopes for gold in ratings race
•  NHL looks to ride Olympic success
•  Kornheiser rant was harmless
•  Sports radio hits The Fan
February 2010
•  101 ESPN wins big, but also loses
•  St. Louis sports radio ratings
•  ESPN 1480 returning to air
•  A's return to North State radio
•  NBC commentators talking too much
•  New Rockies voice takes his cuts
•  Revsine stays objective on Big Ten Net
•  NY Vinnie now talking in Pittsburgh
•  Radio keeps Huskers fans connected
•  STAA's McCabe lands first full-time gig
•  Chuck Dowdle gets Braves studio job
•  FM Chicago sports talk more likely
•  High-def year for Brewers
•  Zephyrs get new flagship station
•  Stockton Thunder to air on KWSX
•  Answering your NBC Olympic questions
•  McConnell enjoying return to Thrashers
•  STAA's McCabe lands first full-time gig
•  Minor league hockey broadcaster ejected
•  Compass Media sets college football slate
•  No pardon for Kornheiser
•  Korneiser suspended for Storm comments
•  Legendary Iowa sportscaster dies
•  Ex-sportscaster charged with rape
•  Tiger's apology a boon for ESPN
•  NBC freezes out U.S. hockey win
•  Mike Emrick gives his all
•  Enberg looking forward to Padres games
•  STAA's Griffith to call 'Belters baseball
•  Radomski joins Evansville Otters radio
•  Joe Angel staying with Orioles
•  Titans football moves to The Zone
•  Vanderbilt finds new radio home
•  Giants, ESPN Radio return to Redding
•  Michaels unfamiliar in studio
•  Native voices bring Olympics home
•  Much criticized NBC still draws viewers
•  Broadcasting in Josh Caray's blood
•  STAA's Eachus lands TV job in Ohio
•  Team mourns broadcaster's death
•  Senators add Tymann to broadcasts
•  FSM to retain Jack Clark
•  Radio simulcasts might be in Cards
•  Dean Vrooman returning for one game
•  Kansas City getting more TV sports
•  Griffin produces on Braves radio
•  Time is right for live Olympics
•  Milwaukee loves Winter Games
•  STAA's Root named PD in Milbank
•  Local shows swapped in Charlotte
•  Olympics no match for Idol
•  Curve set new broadcasters, station
•  Not all happy Marks is departing
•  Padres reduce Jerry Coleman's schedule
•  NBC Olympics news and notes
•  Vancouver ratings down from '02
•  Sox could anchor new Chicago station
•  NESN, YES top regional networks
•  Farnsworth new sports anchor at KKTV
•  Sunday was a ratings bonanza
•  A little corner of broadcasting heaven
•  STAA's Passanisi joins Altoona Curve
•  Christopher Rude back on 680 The Fan
•  King returns as voice of AppleSox
•  NBC's big bet might pay off
•  Luge tragedy: hype over humanity
•  ESPN duo brings passion to telecasts
•  Talent has story to tell viewers
•  ESPN, Fox swapping spots in Cincinnati
•  Trenton Thunder set new radio team
•  Whatever happened to Jeff Hullinger?
•  Sabres's Robitaille seriously injured
•  Shreve joins STAA duo in Huntsville
•  Costas, Michaels joining forces
•  Seattle host moving to Pittsburgh
•  Ex-sportscaster Schrage dies
•  Network explains tough decision
•  Billikens broadcast woes continue
•  White Sox to air 46 games in Spanish
•  Sports host to play versus Globetrotters
•  KSTP Minneapolis going sports
•  Harwell honored for lifetime achievement
•  Pac 10 considering TV network
•  Ryan, Livingston to voice WFAN updates
•  'Complete Olympic coverage' not hyperbole
•  Women set viewing mark
•  Astros' Romero escapes border battle
•  River Cats reunite with Clear Channel
•  STAA's Leahy finds Freedom in Florence
•  Chris Berman leaving ESPN?
•  NBC unveils Olympics roster
•  White replacing Calabro with Sounders
•  Lamar new voice of JackHammers
•  Longtime Phoenix show signs off
•  Lorentz joins Sabres Hall of Fame
•  Nessler wins Furman Bisher award
•  Tom Brookshier laid to rest
•  Olympic TV to debut new technology
•  Arena football to air on NFL Network
•  STAA's Furman back on in Cincy
•  CBS plays it straight at Super Bowl
•  Simms' analysis is super
•  Electronics shine on CBS coverage
•  Super pregame coverage
•  Keeping focus during Olympics
•  Chambers working his way to top
•  Michael Irvin out at ESPN 103.3
•  Gonzaga grad making mark as sportscaster
•  Fourteen STAA clients accept jobs in Jan.
•  KDKA Pittsburgh sets new sports lineup
•  Padres' Coleman getting reduced role
•  IU voice charged with felonies
•  Springfield Cardinals hire Jeff Levering
•  Huntsville Stars back on radio
•  Marty Lurie moves from A's to Giants
•  Hockey voice back on air following dispute
•  John Riggins gets PM Drive show
•  Super Bowl will look different in Canada
•  Brookshire was good listen, good man
•  Super Bowl expecting record ratings
•  Travelers re-up with The Sports Animal
•  Chiswick to call Whitecaps baseball
•  Kansas City Chiefs renew radio deal
•  Dream is now reality for MLB broadcaster
•  A peek inside Dan Patrick's man cave
•  Netcasts a natural fit for broadcaster
•  Outside the booth with Jim Nantz
•  STAA's Braverman to call Learfield game
•  Pollard, King join 610 Sports Radio
•  Jon Miller wins Ford Frick Award
•  Last call for WMCR's Ang Ottaviano
•  STAA's Bryant gets show in Charlotte
•  CBS-Turner may bid for Tourney
•  Tom Brookshier dies at 78
•  Brookshier loved role of storyteller
•  Linelli to host mornings at Fox Pittsburgh
•  Hot Rod welcomed back
•  Sports radio tough sell in Lincoln
January 2010
•  Seltzer new Reading Phillies voice
•  Garrett Lewis starts show in Tucson
•  STAA's Greenwald joins Newark Bears
•  Calvin Murhpy out in Houston
•  No decision yet on Markas' replacement
•  KILT rules AM Drive in Houston
•  Chicago sports webio founder pleads guilty
•  Trenton Devils to air on WBZC
•  Rex Hudler going through tough time
•  Majerus lights a media flame
•  Networks super-sizing Super Bowl
•  Stevens invested in Bruins broadcasts
•  There is still only one Hot Rod
•  Panthers' Moller shoots to entertain
•  Ratings LA's game analysts
•  Stories drive NFL ratings
•  Best broadcasters list misses mark
•  STAA's Friedman to Kinston Indians
•  The death of sports radio in Lincoln
•  Ex-golf pro finds home in sports talk
•  STAA's Riggs catches on with Blue Crabs
•  Boise State staying on KTVB-TV
•  Gateway Grizzlies changing stations
•  ESPN 1230 now locally owned
•  ESPN 1480 flips to oldies
•  STAA's Kushel joins Saltdogs radio
•  Brett TV scores huge ratings
•  Local sportscaster making a name
•  Anita Marks leaves Baltimore's Fan
•  Fiala out on Huskers' radio
•  New sports station coming to Chicago?
•  Mirabello to call USHL all-star game
•  STAA's Feldman returns to OC Flyers
•  Derek Willis to call first NHL game
•  Liz Chun steps down in Hawaii
•  Super Bowl expecting super ratings
•  Reminiscing with Verne Lundquist
•  Young broadcaster winning awards
•  Dellacamera to call Union soccer
•  Chicago's Score may get FM simulcast
•  STAA's Kiel set for ESPNU debut
•  Padres, Cox Cable ponder future
•  Houston radio revenues down
•  Salisbury aims to move on
•  New sports talk show in St. Louis
•  Majerus no-shows on his own show
•  STAA's Morse joins Huntsville Stars
•  Comcast's Philly sports monopoly ends
•  Somerset Patriots lose radio voice
•  Simpson saw start of Super Bowl, ESPN
•  Announcers need to identify tacklers
•  Rosenhaus joins Indians broadcasts
•  Pete Sheppard out at WEEI
•  Splittorff gets back to broadcast booth
•  MSU athletics staying on WJR
•  MLB Net hopes best is yet to come
•  KDKD Pittsburgh flipping to sports
•  Gammons, Madden to NSSA Hall of Fame
•  UF sportscaster facing charges
•  Ex-sportscaster sentenced to prison
•  STAA's Breslauer calling shots at Rutgers
•  STAA's Tighe new Miami Heat host
•  Blackhawks, WGN close to deal
•  Favre scores big in Milwaukee
•  STAA's Furman could resurface in Cincy
•  STAA's Young new Voice of SwampDogs
•  WJOX shakes up lineup
•  Ex-sportscaster Bill Brooks dies
•  Kentucky radio pioneer passes away
•  George Michael memorial set
•  Smith honored for lifetime achievements
•  Blowouts don't hurt NFL ratings
•  Simms excels on Jets broadcast
•  STAA's Hawkins to AZ Winter League
•  New sports station coming to Pittsburgh
•  Elson honored as Arkansas' best
•  Ackerman promoted at KMOX
•  Sylvester, Dunleavy to fill-in for Sabres
•  NBC to air 835 hours of Olympics
•  YES nation's most watched regional net
•  Vitale to call women's game
•  STAA's Focke promoted on T-Wolves radio
•  Sportscaster Grossman to be honored
•  Sports talk ratings soar
•  NDSU negotiating radio deal
•  Costas to grow with MLB Network
•  Memo to Simms: Don't lose voice
•  Dierdorf senior among NFL analysts
•  Tough season for Chargers's Bauer
•  Best, worst of LA sports radio
•  Producer makes LA sports show sing
•  Steve Kolbe is a capital fellow
•  Stews get two more years
•  Dwight Jaynes joins Portland's Game
•  ESPN joins Spring Cup fast track
•  STAA's Tarnawa takes Moberly job
•  Pioneering sportscaster Art Rust dies
•  Sportscaster Roger Grossman honored
•  Sounds introduce Paul, new flagship
•  Norm Jones hangs up his mike
•  ECHL sets all-star crew
•  Ex-sports host returns to jail
•  Kosmicki to call Nuggets games
•  Services set for Rory Markas
•  ESPN St. Louis debuts Hometown Heroes
•  Nate Lundy named PD at KKFN
•  Cannon removed from sports talk show
•  NBC's Jets telecast could have been better
•  STAA's Flemming to call P-Nats baseball
•  NBC expects to lose money on Olympics
•  Wild-card pays big for NBC
•  Uncertain future at ESPN Radio Lincoln
•  Cable provider might drop NFL Network
•  STAA's Benway to call CHL all-stars
•  Bob Blackburn's voice will endure
•  Mike Tyler a wise choice by ESPN
•  Cardinals' analyst Wolfley is a hoot
•  Sportscaster Bob Blackburn dies
•  ECHL sets all-star TV crew
•  STAA's Schemmel new Rockies voice
•  Schemmel looking forward to Rockies job
•  STAA's Bowling to call Big East package
•  Houston veteran Collins moving to Dallas
•  Schmit returning to KSTP as sports anchor
•  Legal issue for NBA voice raises questions
•  ESPN personality interested in senate seat
•  Admirals' Pete Michaud honored
•  Fescoe leaves St. Louis with no regrets
•  Virtual golf shots coming to studio
•  ESPN will air BCS games next season
•  RedZone never sleeps
•  Theismann back in booth for playoffs
•  ESPN's Winer joins Turner Sports
•  WSPO Charleston signs NCAA hoops deal
•  Angels face tough call after Markas' death
•  Davd Cone exits YES Network
•  Andy Gresh back in Boston
•  Vikings extend deal with KFAN
•  Hamblen leaves sports for AM show
•  Team 1010 adds two local shows
•  Tennis Channel files complaint vs Comcast
•  Fulton FM flips to ESPN Radio
•  Rosenberg continues to entertain
•  STAA's Paul joins Nashville Sounds
•  Ken Broo recovering from heart attack
•  Missanelli signs contract extension
•  Cablevision adds NESN
•  RedHawks to air on The Fan 740
•  Bowls boost ESPN
•  TCU-Boise state ratings just average
•  Angels voice Rory Markas dies
•  Sportscaster Ron Forsell passes away
•  KIDO: Boise State was too expensive
•  Mike & Mike crack Top 5 in St. Louis
•  ESPN to launch 3D network
•  Christenson's style rarely matched
•  Jay Towers leaves Detroit's Ticket
•  Ford Frick finalists announced
•  Gammons set for MLB Network debut
•  Brent Musburger stays in picture
•  Farwell to legendary Bill Gleason
•  'Sox Homer' Bill Gleason dies
•  Ed Kaplan returning to sports talk radio
•  Tom Ronco's sports show ending
•  ESPN in awkward spot with Leach story
•  Simms, Nantz make it look easy
•  Christenson's style rarely matched
•  Time Warner, Fox reach temporary deal
•  Charter picks up Big Ten Network
•  ESPN poised for further growth
•  A whole new media ballgame
•  101 ESPN makes biggest '09 wave
•  10 things we can do without in '10
December 2009
•  MASN, Comcast settle differences
•  Fescoe new morning host on KCSP
•  Football at risk in cable dispute
•  MASN, Comcast settle differences
•  Fescoe new morning host on KCSP
•  Mark Patrick rejoins WNDE
•  Carson named PD at ESPN Memphis
•  Time Warner Dallas, Fox contiue feud
•  Ernie Harwell still has much to do
•  Gophers' Jonckowski has game
•  Lets get quizzical about TV
•  ESPN Radio shuffles management
•  Parrish, Calkins join ESPN Radio Memphis
•  Sportscaster George Michael dies
•  Sportscaster Dave Diles passes away
•  Bob Fescoe exits KFNS
•  ESPN throws everything at Meyer story
•  NBC has Fenway hockey covered
•  FM sports making mark in Philly
•  Economy may slow Channel 4 hiring
•  Kid who messed up remembers Michael
•  Jon Gruden enjoying ESPN team
•  WTOL's Cummins welcomes additional work
•  Stelton joins 101 ESPN St. Louis
•  STAA's Holland gets Daredevils job
•  Ex-OU sportscaster wins award
•  Steigerwald makes questionable crack
•  The TV year in review
•  La. Tech's Nitz still going strong
•  Sportscaster Christenson dies
•  Cherry responds to doctor's blame
•  Caray back as Braves broadcaster
•  Citadel files for bankrupcy
•  Knight calls game at Hinkle Fieldhouse
•  CBS' Davis has advice for Knight
•  Bomani Jones to air on Sirius
•  Kevin Calabro enjoying soccer
•  10 questions with CMU's Schuiling
•  Carpenter, Taylor returning to Nats
•  Cards team expected back in 2010
•  Lakers' Dedes earns CBS games
•  St. Louis sports talk moves
•  MLB Net quickly a major player
•  Lamey calls Colts games with pride
•  Hot Rod enjoying ride with Lakers
•  Sportscaster turns to blogging
•  College sports show grows with program
•  STAA's Crozier joins WRUL
•  ESPN shakes up NASCAR team
•  Fenway full of memories for Costas
•  FCC to protect sports broadcasts
•  ESPN the Ornament
•  Ron Santo signs three year deal
•  Andy Barch exits WV Power
•  WDFN trying to re-establish itself
•  SI salute stuns Dan Shulman
•  Lewin's Rangers return wasn't a given
•  Hundley returns to Utah with Lakers
•  Walton enjoys time in Lakers booth
•  Billick gets A as analyst
•  MASN, Flanagan discuss Orioles job
•  Lewin signs extension with Rangers
•  Mike Stone hired by Detroit's Ticket
•  Davis introduced as Biscuits voice
•  Chargers voice at home in Texas
•  Citadel may file for bankrupcy
•  NESN making waves
•  Comcast show off to strong start
•  Dalati receives appropriate tribute
•  Sports media's top movers and shakers
•  Cox 4 goes all-out for H.S. games
•  Martinez new Blue Jays TV voice
•  Boise State returning to KBOI
•  757 Club Show goes full-time on The game
•  STAA's Shackil joins Yankees AA club
•  Dick Enberg to Hall of Fame
•  Walton to play it safe on Lakers radio
•  Randy Moller's greatest hits
•  Gammons jumps to MLB Network
•  Hot Rod Hundley to call Lakers games
•  Vikings, KFAN near broadcast deal
•  Gumbel recovering from cancer surgery
•  Sportscaster yells at ref on air
•  Ticket, SportsDay to share content
•  STAA's Murray joins Frederick Keys
•  Steve Czaban out at FSR
•  Tiger's a non-person on NBC
•  CMU tweaks football broadcast team
•  Paul Keels joins Reds broadcasts
•  Stephen A. Smith joins Fox Sports Radio
•  NCAA Tourney could move to cable
•  ESPN Radio moving in Syracuse
•  Gibbs, Theismann to call playoff game
• Hanh calls 1,000th Sharks game
• Ex-sportscaster running for office
• Jack Buck Highway opens
• Al McCoy writing autobiography
• Grid voices dish nonsense
• Lincoln needs local sports talk
• WPTV sportscasters canned
• 101 ESPN cracks top 5
• Mudcats relinquish broadcast rights
• Duo embraces H.S. play-by-play
• STAA's Andrews gets Bats top job
• 590 boss Millman to Sportsnet
• Padres make splash with Enberg
• Enberg ready to talk baseball
• Brian McKenna to KFNS
• WEEI holding off challenger
• KILT on top in Houston
• No need for media apology to Tiger
• Reds hire Jim Kelch
• Thomas' return part of KMBE changes
• Celtics broadcaster calls 1,000th
• Fanatic on FM is an early hit
• Comcast set to take on ESPN
• Comcast takeover could help NBC
• Long-time Dallas sportscaster dies
• Jiggets, North land TV show
• Enberg to be Padres lead TV voice
• Goldberg to call hoops tourney worldwide
• NSSA names honorary board
• NFL fever fuels ratings
• ESPN's LA website to launch Dec 21
• Sports Webio founder to plead guilty
• Big Ten Network settling in
• Scully officially returning in 2010
• Nadel candidate for Frick Award
• STAA's Foley joins BlueClaws
• Wexler, Jackson to Houston's Animal
• ESPN Radio Lincoln axes PM drive show
• Frick voting begins today
• Sherry Ross shattering barriers
• Chip Caray leaving TBS
• Rockies narrowing candidate field
• ESPN/ABC spreads its bowl talent
• Cowboys star shines in prime time
• Nailers honor late Kellas
• Pete Dalliday achieves milestone
• WKBV adding Mike and Mike
• Sports media frenzy in Boston
• Houston's sports talk shuffle
• Denver voices rise above sports talk din
• Ex-coach Dakich generous with opinions
November 2009
• Sherry Ross makes play-by-play history
• JM Vincent exits WNDE
• Major changes coming in Houston
• McKenna hopes to be back on air soon
• Spielman in booth following wife's death
• NASCAR ratings take wrong turn
• Milo Hamilton on CD
• Hudler stood out among Angels voices
• Ready to rumble, cable viewers?
• Unlikely pals prove good sports
• Land an old hand at Bedlam Game
• Angels oust Physioc, Hudler
• Little sense to NFL Thanksgiving slate
• STAA's Casson to call ACHA in Europe
• Flying Squirrels land on radio
• Physioc, Hudler out in Anaheim
• Keith Hernandez staying at SNY
• RailCats staying on WLPR
• Four STAA clients tabbed by Learfield
• Clippers TV team suspended
• Hahn recovering from cancer surgery
• Bill Simmons suspended from Twitter
• Albert finds reports upsetting
• Revolution to air on WOYK
• Top sportscasters poll misses mark
• McConnell preps for finale at Purdue
• Teen calling Ferris State hockey
• Spielman's wife dies of cancer
• Bennett exits The Game in Norfolk
• Familiar duo to call BCS title game
• Andrews' stalker also tracked her in Ohio
• NFL on a ratings roll
• NFL Net still not on Time Warner
• NFL Network shows highs, lows
• ESPN trying to engage MLS viewers
• Boston's unsung sportscasters
• Top 25 college football broadcasters
• Mediocre Packers draw ratings
• A's sign 10 year deal with KTRB
• Pens to air "The NHL in Russian"
• Dick Enberg being courted by Padres
• Capps named Broadcaster of the Year
• Terry Bradshaw is emphatically wrong
• Owen Murphy new PD at ESPN Seattle
• PPM shakes up sports radio
• ESPN Radio returns to Nashville
• River Hawks hockey to air on WCAP
• Gruden, ESPN agree to extension
• Comcast ready to challenge ESPN locally
• David was a credit to sportscasting
• Kurtz named Sports Director at KKTV 11
• Sportscasting Hall at Dodgertown?
• Walleye's Matt Melzak needs to cue
• Networks sidestep arrests in college
• The life of a sportscaster
• STU student hopes to 'score'contract
• Harwell relives career on MLB Network
• Sportscaster McKernan staying at 1380
• Sportscaster Kentera returning to air
• Sportscaster Leitner on the move
• Stearns signs off at Channel 25
• TV sates Billick's football need
• Veteran Illinois sportscaster dies
• Texans tackle radio/TV game
• Musburger punches Cowherd
• Grizzlies enhance TV broadcasts
• STAA's Innes joins KILT Houston
• Vin Scully back in 2010
• NASCAR criticizes ESPN
• Fox, Cablevision clashed over Yankees
• Phillies need to change voices
• Joe Buck reflects on time at IU
• Dallas sports show moves crosstown
• Veteran LA sportsaster dies
• STAA's Kolker lands show in Portland
• Rusty Brown to call Saints basketball
• Cataldi, WIP talks moving slowly
• Sportscaster Owens exiting KKTV
• Cowboys, 105.3 off to slow start
• Fox, ESPN take shows to military
• Sportscaster Bradshaw serenades troops
• Duke's Harris remembers his roots
• Dungy's words carry weight
• Lloyd-Jones leaves Whitecaps
• Fox 25 Boston dumps Stearns
• Jim Stone out at NBC San Diego
• Pat Parris let go by ESPN St. Louis
• Suspeded Dan Sileo back on air
• Tim McKernan still weighing options
• Sportscaster escapes manslaughter charge
• Boston's 'Hub' climbing charts
• KILT edges competition
• World Series a ratings bonanza
• Loyola basketball to air on three stations
• Walton's words will be missed
• Could Comcast/NBC rival ESPN?
• Son follows dad into booth
• Does ESPN have too much power?
• STAA honoree Amin joins KUQQ
• ESPN might bid on March Madness
• No smart TV this post-season
• Lindskog leaves Springfield Cardinals
• Gus Johnson defends comment
• World Series ratings scoring big
• Third grader starts sportscasting career
• Curran to broadcast Bellarmine hoops
• The Horn debuts in Austin
• STAA's Reed to call Maine football tilts
• Alabama host John Thrower dies
• Fox NFL Sunday heads to Afganistan
• News sports station in Austin
• Sports radio returns to Colorado Springs
• Sky Sox changing stations
• CornBelters sign radio deal
• UTSA renews radio deal
• Johnson makes questionable comment
• Mickael Kay sidelined for Series
• Sportscaster Sileo remains suspended
• Bill Walton finished with broadcasting
• Comcast facing decisions in NBC deal
• Charlotte station completes move
• Comcast SportsNet dropping North-Jiggets
• Purdue sportscaster McConnell retiring
• Echos of Kalas abound at Series
• Mackel remains objective on Saints
• Media has Favre covered
• Francesa challenges Post columnist
• Dierdorf still doing dandy work
• Keith Murphy obsessed with sports
• Sportscaster Stewart living a dream
• Q&A with sportscaster Dave Revsine
• Tampa sports talk host suspended
• Hutchinson not being renewed at KSTP-TV
• Sportscaster Dave Brown exits KRGV-TV
• Steve Phillips might revive TV career
• NFL getting lucky with ratings
• Sportscaster Russillo finds voice at ESPN
• Sportscaster Egale embraces hectic slate
• NFL policy no friend to Favre fans
• Fox's outdated policy hurts fans
• Broadcast booth highs and lows
October 2009
• Magic sportscaster Steele to miss game
• Waldman makes World Series history
• Waldman proud to broadcast Series
• Strong night for Tim McCarver
• Hall preps for final game with Eskimos
• Atlanta's Zone partners with TV station
• Sportscaster Mike Toth out at Rogers
• Team 1040 simulcast ends
• Deckerhoff takes long road trip
• Fox crew will swing for the fences
• Sac State alumni skate up to the mic
• Amateur's Internet sports show catching on
• Ex-Rangers voice Bill Chadwick dies
• Chicago Bulls radio schedule changes
• Steve Phillips to rehab, Hundley fired
• Bob Griese suspended by ESPN
• Yankees boost baseball ratings
• Joe Tait's career rounding third
• STAA's Bogard takes WV job
• Steve Phillips out at ESPN
• Bob Griese makes racial slur
• Sportscaster Griese apologizes for slur
• Ex-ESPN sportscaster sues website
• Kentucky sportscasting legend dies
• Internet sports show earns on-air shot
• T-Wolves TV schedule pared
• Kevin McHale ready to start new gig
• Scott Franzke living his dream
• NBC set to begin Olympic push
• Tim McKernan could move across town
• 101.1 FM expands lead in St. Louis
• Joe Buck supports Chip Caray
• Mike & Mike to announce MLB awards
• STAA's Jakusz relocates to home state
• ESPN encourages sexual insensitivity
• Crowd inspires Thunder's Pinto
• Curtis settles in with Everblades
• An NBA Dream Team
• Playoffs deserve best broadcasters
• ESPN's Steve Phillips takes leave
• Phillies fans boo TBS coverage
• Veteran sportscaster retires
• Bernstein into boxing Hall
• NFL star puts effort into talk show
• DirecTV purchases Bruno, Patrick shows
• TBS sticking with Caray for playoffs
• Karraker launches drive to save Rams
• Tollackson joins Gophers broadcasts
• Niagara basketball to air on WGR
• Baseball ratings down in LA
• Buck stops Fox madness
• STAA's Storholt new NC State puck voice
• Joe Buck having good postseason
• Grizzlies sportscaster aims for big time
• Versus move costs IRL race viewers
• Martin Tyler to broadcast World Cup
• Aaron Boone joins MLB Network for LCS
• Baseball's LCS ratings up
• Freeway series could be ratings strikeout
• ESPN sharing MNF with local stations
• Old times for Mike & Mad Dog
• Jack Arute enjoys homecoming
• Gorillas hockey signs radio deal
• Mike Shannon denies reduced role
• Dish Network dumps many Blues games
• ESPN sets college basketball roles
• Jeff Marek joins CBC News mornings
• Mike & Mad Dog briefly reunite
• Slow start for TBS, Dodgers
• Baseball TV ratings shrink
• Potsdam to honor sportscaster Elliott
• Sportscaster Steiner has USFL roots
• Baseball's cliches are out of hand
• ESPN takes cut at virtual pitches
• Jimmy Powers new PD in Detroit
• Possible radio war in Phillies future
• Johnstown Chiefs sign radio deal
• Sportscaster Greene has style, grace
• Sportscaster predicts Broncos 5-0 start
• STAA, NSSA partner to help sportscasters
• TBS hoping for long playoff series
• Lack of races hurts baseball ratings
• Youngstown State extends radio deal
• Volunteer sportscaster brings passion
• STAA's Laaser to call Richmond baseball
• Short playoffs hurt TBS' wallet
• Cavs sportscaster Joe Tait honored
• Stan Savran recovering from bypass
• Sportscaster Adamle finishes Ironman
• Producer Smolton out at YES
• The Ticket still tops in Dallas
• WFAN leaving Astoria
• Sportscaster Powers grabs brass ring
• Off the field with Hannah Storm
• Rating the top play-by-play voices
• Play-by-play guys talk too much
• 101 ESPN tops in St. Louis
• 950 ESPN now airing on FM
• Sportscaster Adamle tackling Ironman
• Women tuning in to sports radio
• Sportscaster DeNiro out at KFNS
• Cardinals might make KMOX cameo
• OKC Thunder have new faces on sidelines
• Odd miscalls by sportscaster Caray
• Ex-WABC sportscaster now team doctor
• Sportscaster Hoard should get Reds job
• Sportscaster Markas now fully recovered
• Houston sports radio Arbitrons are weak
• Herm Edwards now getting to speak mind
• Boston's Sports Hub dials it up
• NASCAR, TV agree to earlier starts
• Compass sets college hoops schedule
• KFNS taken over by Grand Slam Sports
• ESPN sets cable ratings record with Favre
• TBS views plus ratings for playoffs
• Caray errs on Tigers-Twins big play
• Sportscaster Jim Nantz honored
• Vin Scully, the artful Dodgers voice
• STAA's Knox to AM Drive in Charleston
• Hernandez might not return to Mets
• Gruden shines on Favre telecast
• Sunday Night Football dominates ratings
• Hawaii station adds local programing
• Grande exits Reds TV booth
• Sciambi leaving Braves for ESPN
• Erin Andrews voyeur arrested
• Bobcats basketball to air on WFNZ
• NFL coach cancels QB's radio show
• ESPN Virginia Beach moves to FM
• A's award Bill King scholarship
• Madden enjoys hot, fun Sunday
• Stars sportscasters still talking good game
• Jack Edwards inspired by Cusick
• Young sportscasters go camping
• Toledo sportscaster moves to WABC
• Bender establishes scholarship
• Toledo sportscaster moves to WABC
• Cardinals, Blues leaving free TV
• CBS happy on FM in Houston
• UFL ready for kickoff
• GameDay goes off beaten path
• ESPN's Herbstreit can't avoid the rush
• Collinsworth finds voice on SNF
• World Series games starting earlier
• Ex-Illini play-by-play voice dies
• TBS unveils MLB playoff plans
• Tigers nightcap score record rating
• NHL Centre Ice gets free cable preview
• WZON on top of MAB awards
• Talk radio hype a bit too much
September 2009
• M's Blowers makes call of the year!
• Sirius Canada adds sports shows
• Sports host John Lopez moving to KILT
• Sportscaster Valentine joins ESPN
• Ciskie back at UMD hockey mike
• STAA's Washington gets scoreboard show
• Radtke voice of Aces, Wolfpack
• Theismann wishes he had watched mouth
• TV keeps ex-coaches in spotlight
• Pens launching HD radio channel
• Bruins to name booth for Cusick
• HBO analyst still the Merchant of boxing
• SportsWatch host at home on air
• Rockies' Kingery stepping down
• Denver's Fan unveils new lineup
• Cowboys' Sham on spiritual journey
• Gruden a great fit on MNF
• Veteran PA sportscaster Jordan exits
• Grand Rapids show finds niche
• PD White out at 790 The Ticket
• Sportscaster Taft to cover Nets for YES
• Reggie wants another shot at booth
• ESPN loves 'Canes resurgence
• Rating NFL's TV rookies
• Tennis Channel, Cablevision reach deal
• Ciskie could be next UMD hockey voice
• NBDL's Vipers moving to FM
• MNF now 39 years old
• STAA's Filipowski joins KNOP-TV
• Veteran Iowa sportscaster dies
• Valentine close to deal with ESPN
• Ex-Chief shining as sportscaster
• Harwell serene in face of cancer
• All football, no gimics for UFL
• George Michael now mostly silent
• Sims, Flutie headline UFL TV teams
• Off-days rare for sportscaster Sims
• Sportscaster McCarthy moving to NESN
• Atlantic League playoffs get Net coverage
• MNF now 39 years old
• Sportscaster McCarthy moving to NESN
• Atlantic League playoffs get Net coverage
• MNF now 39 years old
• ESPN crew pokes fun at Clemson fans
• Idaho sportscasting legend dies
• MLS Cup to air after SNF
• Brown new voice of Syracuse Crunch
• D-Backs honor Garagiola
• Ex-Ram Glover joins 101 ESPN
• CBS gets boost from Jets, Vick
• Sportscaster Davis adds NFL duties
• ESPN Radio Norfolk moving to FM
• Spanier relaces Salisbury in Dallas
• Hacksaw joins San Diego's XX
• St. Louis sports show is staying
• On-air fireworks at WQAM
• Fox builds online programming
• Cablevision commits to high school sports
• Sports radio returns to Redding
• Ohlmeyer evaluates MNF team
• Sportscaster Fouts finds right fit
• Cowboys Laufenberg now a star
• ESPN's Coleman got break in Albany
• Sportscaster Cusick leaves fond memories
• Fans honor sportscaster Harwell
• Fox not interested in Olympics?
• Radio tuning in to listener habits
• New sports show coming to Fargo
• Sportscaster Theismann returns
• Sixers, Flyers sign radio deal
• Roadrunners hockey to air on KTOP
• ESPN basketball to tip-off early
• Emmitt Smith getting another shot
• Gus Johnson explains Stokley call
• Ex-sportscaster excels in new career
• Ex-Bruins sportscaster dies
• Caps hockey staying on WTOP
• Portland sports radio PD exits
• Rome's online audience growing
• Sportscaster Page gets TV show
• Sportscaster Kolber tracks down Brady
• Rays' Kennedy needs to work more
• Pac-10 blocks launch of Arizona Net
• ESPN: the local sports leader?
• STAA's Montesano to call Bucs hockey
• ESPN Radio Boston signing off
• Collinwsorth embarassed by video
• Veteran NFL sportscaster honored
• Final repsects paid to Daughtery
• Kellerman still punching away
• McCaffrey impressive in Broncos booth
• Bears sportscaster connects with audience
• Madden still watching NFL
• Antonellis airing it out in Portland
• Johnson in rare form on Stokley catch
• Harwell preps for next great adventure
• Americans hockey signs radio deal
• St. Louis TV station cuts sportscast
• Grizzlies hockey to air on KFAN
• USC-Ohio State in 3D
• Sportscaster Nantz gets different view
• Gruden upgrades Monday Night Football
• The voice of a sports generation
• Legendary Philly talker could get co-host
• Sportscaster Goren takes over NSSA
• Sportscaster Jim Nantz to be honored
• Rochester sports radio station debuts
• MLB sportscaster new NFL Films voice
• Redkins force reporters to wear team shirts
• Quick moving across town in Portland
• 10 year old calls Mets play-by-play
• Sportscaster Bernstein to New York
• Sportscaster pleads guilty to child porn
• Sportscaster Kross returning part-time
• Reading Royals renew radio deal
• ESPN wants Olympics
• Sportscaster Antonellis honored
• Robertson has fond WSU memories
• Sportscaster Harwell low key, high class
• ESPN has carved a niche
• Tennis Channel using faux set
• Ohio sportscaster dies
• Vet Baltimore sportscaster retires
• Bruschi to join ESPN
• Sportscaster to plead guilty to child porn
• Sportscaster Berman still goes all the way
• O'Brien has deep New Hampshire roots
• Jody McDonald exits 950 ESPN
• Veteran NBA, MLB sportscaster dies
• Phelps to broadcast MAC football
• Ernie Harwell battling cancer
• Cancer can't shake Harwell's spirit
• Sportscaster Corso returns from stroke
• Sportscaster Ello back on in San Diego
• ESPN, MLB guilty of deceit
• Amendolara carving niche in Boston
• Teen sportscaster has bright future
• Rooke to broadcast Big East games
• WDFN adds local sports talk
• Padres: Coleman to remain in family
• Baseball's chatties TV sportscasters
• Andrews returns to sidelines today
• Sportscaster dating star QB?
• Visser to serve as NFL analyst
• STAA's Goldberg honored by ULB
• DirectTV dumps Versus
• Sixers basketball names analyst
• NFL TV blackouts possible
• TBS tabs Bon Jovi for playoffs
• Sportscaster Larrivee to call BTN games
• Andrews tells Oprah about video
August 2009
• Veteran Cleveland sportscaster exits
• Schaap gets ESPN Radio show
• STAA's Roper joins Erie Otters
• STAA's Hasty, honoree MacKay to ISP
• Kornheiser returning to radio
• Sportscaster Irvin joins NFL Net
• Steinbrenner sues over YES
• CU sportscaster gets national gig
• STAA's Nathan to host Duke football show
• New technology can beam up talent
• Kings hockey to air in HD
• Red Sox baseball back on The Game
• Page's sportscasting career takes off
• Baseball on TV turns 70
• Wings sportscasters have major goals
• Young sportscaster dreams of ESPN
• Collinsworth ready for big role
• Clippers to play on Prime Ticket
• Tennis Channel, Cablevision face off
• Syracuse sports find NYC home
• Jethawks create sports network
• Clarksville gets new sports show
• Scully's voice still perfect treat
• Padres sportscaster Masur fitting in
• Marshall sportscaster among best
• WW1 partners with Sports USA
• STAA's Cantor scores DI hoops gig
• Cablevision, Tennis Channel at odds
• Costas moves out of NBC studio
• NBC loves its NFL roster
• Ex-Cavs sportscaster leaps to rival
• Capps, Byers on Triple-A title broadcast
• Denver sportscaster Smith dies
• Winona sportscaster nominated for Emmy
• Rutgers Football Network expands
• Marshall sportscaster among best
• Rating San Diego's sportscasters
• Veteran SEC sportscaster retiring
• Red Sox returning to WEEI
• NHL's Ducks hire radio analyst
• CBS eyes super 50th
• Gamecocks hire basketball broadcaster
• SportsByline back from Iraq
• Nine STAA clients among PBP hires
• OSU Radio Network announced
• MNF alum Gifford misses old days
• Avs sportscaster Jones deserved better
• Avs shake up radio broadcast
• Veteran SEC sportscaster retiring
• Padres to honor Leitner's 30 years
• Sportscaster Leitner a survivor
• Tigers' Allen is passionate
• Dump KTRS, fan poll says
• Sports radio always talk of town
• Nothing personal between rivals
• Sportscaster Casey good fit at MLB
• Sportscaster Remy to return Friday
• Sportscaster Charles has cancer
• WNDE tops in Indy sports radio
• Covering the team that pays you
• STAA's Palaszczuk lands job in Missouri
• Sportscaster Ryan staying at WBCS
• Sportscaster Catalon to call Giants game
• Phantoms hockey to air on 101.7
• Rocky football returns to radio
• Ex-players turn to sportscasting
• D'Ambrosio at home with Rock Cats
• Otters hockey receives 130 applications
• Sportscaster Rosenberg back on in Miami
• Gottfried to host Christian football show
• Sportscaster Irvin adds TV work
• Rennison to call Mavs hockey on KCWJ
• Uncertain future for 1260 ESPN
• Sportscaster Sterling captures attention
• Sportscaster Hamilton has seen it all
• USOC backs off Olympic Network plans
• Record Olympic ratings expected in 2010
• Gifford to have role on MNF's 40th season
• Sportscaster Hitzges still going strong
• Small Houston station brings big game
• Scully's retirement not certain
• Sportscaster Ryan exits WCBS-TV
• Brown to fire fastballs at Vick
• Fox's NFL coverage changes faces
• CBS Collegiate adds hosts
• Clippers basketball to KFWB
• Cards staying on KTRS for now
• Phils voices establish Kalas scholarship
• ORU lands new radio deal
• ULM sets football broadcast team
• Everblades hockey finds new home
• Ducks Web program gets radio simulcast
• Confusion mars Boston station's launch
• New Boston station shows promise
• ESPN destroying live broadcasts
• Fired Tampa sportscaster returns
• Major changes in Birmingham sports radio
• Shakeup on U. of A broadcasts
• New Boston sports station debuts
• Remy plans return this season
• Golf show host dies
• ESPN to experiement on race broadcast
• New Boston station unveils lineup
• Omaha station adds new hosts
• Sports broadcaster North files suit
• Citadel Sports Network expands
• Jeanneret joins AHL's Portland Pirates
• STAA's Straw joins WJOX Birmingham
• Rampage hockey hires sportscaster
• Roth joins CSU football booth
• Tiger could get exclusive Web coverage
• Cervasio eager for Little League gig
• Sportscaster Splittorff continues recovery
• Capitol buys Raleigh sports station
• STAA's Anastos joins DSU radio
• Lucas joins Rutgers football radio
• Hall of Fame show too long
• New sports station energizes Norman
• STAA's Riggert to help launch new station
• Sportscaster Theismann gets radio show
• Sportscaster Kalas to be honored
• Milwaukee sportscaster to St. Louis
• Sportscaster Lavelle to Quad City
• Boston sports stations expand rosters
• Slaten last in St. Louis ratings
• Lake Superior State names PBP voices
• UMD sports find new radio home
• San Diego station shines after big trade
• Dodgers training young sportscasters
• Sportscasting workshop draws crowd
• Collinsworth takes NBC handoff
• Brevard hires play-by-play sportscaster
• STAA All-American scores DI job
• Veteran college sportscaster is out
• KC radio,TV stations partner for content
• Ex-UGA stars join football broadcasts
• Florio joins Sports USA Radio
• OU radio adds sportscaster Rowland
• NBA player debuts sport talk show
• Denver sportscaster loses job
• WEEI ends ban on Globe writers
• Massarotti could join new Boston station
• ESPN limits employees' social networking
• Sims builds career on hard work
• Nebraska sportscaster on the move
• STAA's Means to cover ODU sidelines
• Corso continuing recovery
• Sportscaster Patrick at home on TV
• Ads part of baseball on radio
• Vet recalls sportscasting highlights
• Black just loves doing sports
• AHL sportscaster lands NHL gig
• Broncos to use several analysts
• Kingery still not traveling with Rockies
• ESPN ends ban on Post staffers
• Jacksonville station drops FM
• MTSU sports find new radio home
• Favre a perfect fit for TV
• Blaney transitions from sportscasting
• UA grds share MLB dreams
July 2009
• Tri-City Storm hockey has new voice
• STAA's Teeple joins Bismarck Bobcats
• Shakeup at Team 1260
• GSU Network adds affiliates
• Senior preps for sportscasting career
• Changes at ESPN Radio Dallas
• WW1 sets football broadcast teams
• Sportscaster Dan Patrick back on TV
• Iconic Atlanta sportscaster retiring
• Longtime Salem sportscaster dies
• Dolphins, UM limit media coverage
• Newcomer winning in St. Louis ratings
• Nashville loses ESPN Radio
• ESPN analyzing viewers in lab
• NFL Films creator deserves Hall
• Sportscaster Bruno back on FSR
• Troy expands radio broadcasts
• Sportscaster Andrews 911 call released
• ABA scores national TV deal
• Sportscaster Barnhart gets TV show
• Cal sportscaster to host ceremonies
• Phantoms hire radio sportscaster
• Scully sets retirment plans
• Sportscaster Hansen exits ESPN Dallas
• Ex-sportscaster sentenced
• Ex-OSU sportscaster adds new job
• Calabro revving up soccer fans
• Sports USA names football voice
• Sheldon lands AHL job
• STAA's Rothenberg joins Campbell radio
• Sportscaster Merloni chooses WEEI
• Robertson links to sportscasting's past
• Rondeau finds calling in sports
• Sportscaster Loverro hits ground running
• Chicago sportscaster named in suit
• Pioneering sportscaster dies
• ESPN to try analysts in dugouts
• Stations set to tackle ESPN
• Raible calls news and sports
• Rizzo makes smooth transition to TV
• Kubek unscripted at hall
• Sportscaster Niehaus still strong
• Brunson feels for Andrews
• Sportscaster Visser broke barriers
• STAA's Westling to new Kansas station
• Sportscaster Garner adds college job
• Brunson feels for Andrews
• Sportscaster Visser broke barriers
• STAA's Westling to new Kansas station
• AHL sportscaster steps down
• Changes coming in Houston
• Remy's return is uncertain
• New sports radio show debuts in DC
• Sportscaster back on in San Diego
• KFNS sells FM outlet
• ESPN defends news coverage
• Braves baseball leaving WGST
• Sportscaster adds NFL duties
• Veteran programmer steps down
• Sportscaster Harwell still active
• ESPN allows 1250 to cover Big Ben
• ESPN punishes New York Post staffers
• Capitals finally settle radio deal
• ESPN sportscaster is everywhere
• Sports duo returns following meltdown
• Islanders fire radio team
• ESPN not covering Roethlisberger
• Media reacts strangely to Andrews saga
• ESPN won't have Cup qualifier
• MLB sportscaster adds NFL gig
• Summerall influenced by poor pipes
• Sacramento station revamps lineup
• Sportscaster Locke steps into big shoes
• Female sportscasters earn due
• Jazz name new radio sportscaster
• Webio co-founder stays in jail
• STAA's Brown lands job in OK
• Ex-Gamecocks voice back on air
• DC sports radio battle begins today
• Grand Rapids gets second sports station
• Tampa sports fan talks way onto air
• ABC bogeys British Open golf coverage
• Papa is Bay Area's top broadcaster
• Leaheys are sports voices of Hawaii
• Urban sports talk launching in STL
• WFAN dominating New York
• New Miami station starting strong
• WEEI ready for challenge
• New KILT PD has full plate
• Visser top female sportscaster
• Sportscaster Barnett right at home
• Padres sportscasters earn high marks
• Siriusly, a good day for radio
• Webio exec pleads not guilty
• NHL, NBC extend hockey deal
• Missouri station dropping sports format
• Titans score new Huntsville home
• Webio exec pleads not guilty
• NHL, NBC extend hockey deal
• Sports show broadcasts from Iraq
• Missouri station dropping sports format
• Golf coverage starting early
• STAA's Gajtka new voice of Phantoms
• Versus riding strong Tour ratings
• MLB voice demoted after outburst
• Boston's new station banking on hockey
• New D.C. sports station: uncensored
• St. Louis gateway to Buck's heart
• Denver sports radio heating up
• Legendary sports TV exec joins ESPN
• Rosinski lands ESPN play-by-play
• Ex-NFLer gets full-time anaylst gig
• Boston, D.C getting sports stations
• AHL voice recovering from collapse
• Ex-Lobo joins radio booth
• Broadcasters add sparkle to all-stars
• Obama to visit all-star booth
• Denver sports radio heating up
• Phoenix hosts rank as power brokers
• Sportscasting's Godfather has seen all
• Sportscasting pair facing reality check
• STAA's Eddy joins Jammers
• Flutie out in college football shakeup
• Coyotes broadcaster moving to Blues
• Reynolds exits Fox NFL pregame
• Rose to host all-star pre-game
• Radio syndicator lands college hoops
• Padres mull new TV outlet
• Economy ravages Miami market
• Sportscaster Buck moving on
• NBC should exit tennis business
• GM Salvadore out at KNBR
• Deener new Louisville TV voice
• WJFK sets preliminary lineup
• USOC to launch cable channel
• MLB Network sets all-star lineup
• ESPN launching new UK channel
• New ESPN graphic predicts HRs
• South Dakota sportscaster honored
• Suit allows sportscaster back on air
• WJFK flipping to sports
• AHL vet joins Blue Jackets radio
• Wizards basketball to WJFK
• McNair hot sports radio topic
• TV golf is a major production
• Stanford in limbo following changes
• ESPN using soccer to go global
• Webio backer burned many
• SoCal legend impressive in return
• Rosenberg negotiating with WQAM
• Fox shines spotlight on Manny
• Nadel struggling to work with one eye
• Sportscasting rookie settling in
• ESPN's Mikes get MNF, Sportscenter gigs
• ESPN Radio show debuts Monday
• Memorial set for long-time sportscaster
• Hockey voice out after 12 years
• This All-America is on press row
• Change in TNT's NASCAR booth
• Sports host irks Jackson fans
June 2009
• Graham, Kaat to broadcast Futures game
• Ficorelli staying with Lumberjacks
• Veteran sports broadcaster retiring
• Webio co-founder in court
• Ex-jocks have no safety net
• NFL players attend broadcast boot camp
• STAA's Vicker moving to Garden City
• Veteran football analyst demoted
• More changes expected in Dallas
• Rosenberg not moving to New York
• Rangers Nadel to undergo second surgery
• Mercurio still firing away
• Baseball, radio still great fit
• Houston sports radio switch
• KSLG hosts reject contract offer
• Sportscaster ambushes tennis star
• Sportscaster exits for medical career
• Sportscaster gets vision back
• TV shows bad form covering Manny
• Darling endearing with honesty
• Francesa feeling good
• K-State signs Topeka radio deal
• Triple-A all-star radio set
• Sports radio pioneer dies
• Sports broadcaster won't face DUI charges
• Kornheiser ready for return to radio
• NHL TV exec stepping down
• Sportscaster Jiggets' name takes a hit
• NKU student sportscaster honored
• Sports radio shakeup in Dallas
• A legend exits Miami sports station
• Sportscast website investor in custody
• Fox takes aim at online sports
• Nascar helping minority sportscasters
• Pritchett to call Notre Dame hockey
• Veteran hockey sports broadcaster dies
• STAA debuts all-star coaching roster
• Buck out of his league on HBO
• Golf fans miss Open coverage
• Houston ratings looking up
• ValleyCats broadcasts move to web
• Confessions of a sports talk radio listener
• Sportscaster Gary Papa dies
• Georgia Bulldogs set broadcasters
• Texas A&M to air on 105.3 The Fan
• Schemmel new voice at Colorado State
• STAA's Harp PD at new Charleston station
• ESPN Radio star gets TV show
• Buck's controversy draws ratings
• Shaer failed to warn North
• XX taking Hacksaw to morning show
• Chargers extend broadcast deal
• Red Sox baseball now on demand
• Duke follows dad's footsteps
• Scully the voice of perfection
• Texas Stars choose new radio voice
• Rutgers sportscaster honored
• The Ticket dominating ESPN in Dallas
• Louisville Bats extend radio deal
• NDSU network adds affiliates
• Sportscast legend elected to Hall
• NBA's Mavericks staying on 103.3 ESPN
• WNBA's Mercury sets broadcasters
• STAA's Jordan hosting NHL draft show
• Ohio sports station starts simulcast
• Ex-sports talk host facing jail
• Fired sports broadcaster thriving
• Sports talk trio brings passion
• Sports site backer is missing
• STAA builds 300th demo-resume package
• Crimson Tide names football analyst
• Sportscaster eyes USC basketball job
• Sports station impacted by tainted ratings
• Wrestling radio show debuts
• Blind play-by-play voice excels in MLB
• MLB team cultivates sports broadcasters
• Berman back in swing at Open
• Millen won't give Lions special treatment
• SEC sues Mike North's web partner
• Mike North fired as exec at Webio
• FBI probe focuses on North sponsor
• Sportscaster Rivers out in Denver
• Ex-Islanders sportscaster Lawrence dies
• Dan Patrick show moving to TV
• Sportscaster Esiason signs extension
• Flyers host speaks on dream career
• Lina Cohn: move over boys
• H.S.sports broadcaster facing challenge
• ODU keeping sportscaster Alexander
• Chicago webcasts changing media
• Joe Buck's show will feel familiar
• New MLB Net show has promise
• Red Sox ratings rally on NESN
• ESPN has room for improvement
• Sports TV is full of frauds
• Frank Thomas joins White Sox TV
• Schefter officially joins ESPN
• DePauw sports broadcaster honored
• DC getting new sports radio station
• Chiefs football returning to WIBW TV
• MLB Network launches reality series
• Marshall sports broadcaster wins awards
• 101 ESPN receives accolades
• Sports broadcaster Gaarder honored
• New rules for sports broadcasting
• FC Dallas staying on ESPN Deportes
• ESPN's Bodenheimer signs extension
• Tigers' sportscaster Dickerson to miss trip
• Old Dominion signs radio deal
• STAA's Demos to broadcast ValleyCats
• Canucks' Shorthouse on short leash
• Sports radio WSCR poised for FM move
• Donahue might revive sports talk show
• Awards rolling in for Zimmer
• Cavalier wins Jim Nantz Award
• STAA's Goldberg returns to WhiteWings
• Sports broadcaster dies in crash
• Sportscaster Nadel's streak ends
• ESPN's Storm producing documentary
• Cup Finals not heard in St. Louis
• Borel boosts Belmont ratings
• Barkley courted trouble again
• Sportscaster Collinsworth tough to replace
• MLB best of three pro sports networks
• Yankees Sterling salutes self
• Dungy, Harrison join NFL on NBC
• Sports broadcaster Wolff to be saluted
• Sportscaster's book could become film
• ESPN Radio Lima moves to FM
• Sportscaster McNeil back to The Score
• WBNS-TV makes staff changes
• Barrale, Wise land KFNS show
• Sports Broadcaster Zimmer honored
• Curto gets extra Rainiers broadcasts
• STAA's Kayal to ESPN Philadelphia
• NFL star to NBC
• Ex-Rangers sports broadcaster to Hall
• Sports broadcasters all a-Twitter
• Sportscaster Walters to call MTSU
• Non-compete keeps Tirrell off air
• Commo off Lake Monsters broadcasts
• Sports broadcaster Wolff to be honored
• Cubs sale delayed by broadcast deals
• Sports Broadcaster Pepper out at WOKV
• Sportscaster Selwyn gets Versus show
• ESPN's Phillips bashing columnists
• NHL forced into odd scheduling
• Don't expect neutrality from Van Gundy
• Ex-pitcher puts heart heart into talk radio
• ESPN hit by layoffs
• Sportscaster Corso recovering from stroke
• NY sportscasters Scott is MIA
• Hennessy to broadcast UMASS hockey
• South Jersey's ESPN moves to FM
• Grand Rapids sports station extends reach
• Digger not to blame for NASCAR ratings
• ESPN vets not ready to retire
• Sportscaster Roberts fitting-in at NESN
• Lambuth sports switching stations
• TNT's Collins loves his stats
May 2009
• Sportscaster Kaline back on Tigers radio
• Sports radio WBBL moving to FM
• Vegas station adding sports, Dodgers
• Sportscaster Dickerson plans Tue return
• WEPN signs 4 year extension with Jets
• Tigers Dickerson hurt, misses game
• CSU interviewing for vacant PBP seat
• Indy 500 TV ratings plummet
• Roadrunners hockey back on radio
• Sportscaster Wheeler living dream
• Long series boost NBA TV ratings
• Sportscaster Zelasko pleased with debut
• Sportscaster Chase retiring after 56 years
• Sports talk show finds unusual new home
• McKernan could leave KSLG
• Strahan to work NFL Network games?
• Gruden is likely a booth short timer
• Hacksaw glad to be back in NFL booth
• Second Blue Jackets sportscaster is out
• Hacksaw to call national NFL games
• WNBA's Storm signs broadcast deal
• Shaq takes sportscasting course
• Olden's road leads to Yankee Stadium
• Station auditioning next great sportscaster
• Broadcast value holding up Cubs deal
• NFL TV deals include new wrinkles
• Hope for NFL, cable deals
• Tirico leaves ESPN Radio show
• ESPN: Kornheiser chose to leave
• KTRB to provide SF sports radio alternative
• PD Van Rysdam out at KILT Houston
• Sports host Ware exits Houston's KILT
• Kornheiser out, Gruden in on MNF
• Broadcast value holding up Cubs deal
• NFL close to deals with CBS, FOX
• Series games to start earlier on Fox
• Changes expected at San Diego's XX
• Tanner joins Motor Racing Network
• Conn moves to college radio
• Schemmel loving ride with Nuggets
• Golf sportscaster Rosburg dies
• Christensen returning to Gophers mike
• STAA's DeNatale new Crushers voice
• Bay Area getting new sports station
• 101 ESPN sets Rams broadcast team
• Hanifan will be missed on Rams radio
• Wells brings fire to TBS baseball
• Sportscaster Russo likes new life
• Sports media busy in Boston
• Aeros' O'Donnell aspires to NHL
• Sportscaster Kozimor let go by Kings
• ESPN Deportes returns to Dallas
• Jackalopes hockey moving to FM
• Ball State's Mannies to Hall
• NASCAR ratings take hit
• STAA's Thayer joins CFSN
• ESPN 980 fires Mitchell, Koken
• Curtis to call Everblades hockey
• Vasgersian apologizes for gaffe
• Versus gives shot to amateur sportscasters
• Sports talk duo makes history in Reno
• T-Bones set revised radio schedule
• Denver sports station makes additions
• Sportscaster Feherty makes major gaffe
• Filipelli a YES man for network
• Sportscaster Cassadonte living dream
• STAA's Sudikoff joins Brockton Rox
• Sedano moving to mornings in Miami
• Hannifan out of Rams booth
• Miami sportscaster Malden dies
• Ex-Giants sportscaster Park dies
• Sports radio KSLG rules in St. Louis
• WQAM winning in Miami
• Sportscaster Remy leaves hole at NESN
• Sportscaster Millen will fit at ESPN
• More than a game for UI student
• NHL hockey longing for ESPN
• Red Sox Remy sidelined by cancer
• MiLB team starts radio network
• Phillies honoring sportscaster Kalas
• Lakers fans vent on sports radio
• Blue Jackets: Gore out; others stay
• Potvin won't return to Panthers
• Outlaws hire Rauschenberger
• Dispute keeps BoSox off air in NH
• Dust Devils baseball to air on KFLD
• Evans taking over XX Sports Radio
• Stark, Fellhauer return to Sports Talk 1050
• STAA's Beatty joins RiverHawks
• Hundreds celebrate Bircumshaw's life
• Yankees squeezing radio, tv media
• Texas Tech sports find new radio home
• Lubbock getting new sports station
• Unemployed sportscaster wins award
• Koken known for making good calls
• Sportscasting's best are honored
• Locke expected to be Jazz candidate
• Len Berman will be missed
• Brown named Sports Director at KQBL
• Barrett takes play-by-play seriously
• LA critic tries play-by-play
• Gamecocks keeping PBP man Ellis
• STAA's Kushel joins Forest City baseball
• Top sportscasters gather this weekend
• Ex-Rockets sportscaster McLemore dies
• Brewers extend TV deal
• New STL station debuts low in ratings
• Sports host Perrault moving to Des Moines
• Edwards is a man of his words
• CSU voice Bircumshaw dies
• Legendary sportscaster Reynolds dies
• Comcast, NFL Network still at odds
• Braves back on in Birmingham
• NBA playoff ratings up and down
• Kalas calls last Springsteen slam
• KIRO comes out swinging
• Stephen A. moving on
April 2009
• St. Paul Saints set broadcasts
• Jackets radio, TV voices in limbo
• NBC tops sports Emmys
• Sirius NASCAR host Poole dies
• UNLV's Gondrezick passes away
• No limit to NFL Draft coverage
• Brewers have dynamic duo in booth
• Sports staff laid off at CC Cincinnati
• McDonnell joins Sporting News Radio
• Munson to Sportscasting Hall
• Gonzaga signs new radio deal
• Albert must take MNF pay cut
• Hot Rod Hundley retiring
• Hot Rod has his own style
• The Ticket dominates in Dallas
• No limit to NFL Draft coverage
• Herm is Palin-esque in draft gig
• Don't feel sorry for Stephen A.
• Sports talk moves onto Net
• Syracuse athletics extend radio deal
• Dallas Cowboys move to The Fan
• Sportscaster Flegler adds duties
• ABC gets NBA bounce
• MLB Network covering all bases
• Padres' Neely making smooth transition
• Millen's worthiness is debatable
• Garcia to co-anchor on KCAL 9
• STAA's Riggs to call Geneva baseball
• Stelton latest cut at Sporting News Radio
• Missanelli beats Eskin in Philly
• Daneyko, Duguay gets hockey show
• Len Berman preps for final sportscast
• Sports broadcaster Kalas returns to Rays
• Remembering sportscaster Les Keiter
• Different spins on NFL draft coverage
• Maddenleaves indelible mark
• Tafoya to host PM drive on WCCO
• Morgan out at South Carolina
• Veteran director Goodrich honored
• YSU student builds sportscasting career
• Sportscaster spared discipline after slip
• Collins ready for Dodgers debut
• UT student sportscaster honored
• ESPN fights allegations of bias
• The thrill remains for Sam Rosen
• Madden made us smarter
• Another honor for Scully
• Naples gets Fox Sports Radio
• Stephen A. Smith out at ESPN
• Sportscaster Millen to ESPN
• Swain, Peterson get sports show
• Sports radio coming to Tyler, TX
• Scully embarrassed by attention
• Sportscaster Emrick recalls BGSU roots
• Nuggets sportscaster Hastings earns praise
• Madden retirement causes domino effect
• Stabler won't return to Tide radio
• KXNO fills PM sports talk slot
• New Yankee Stadium not TV friendly
• Masters ratings unorthodox
• Learning from a sportscasting legend
• Sportscaster John Madden retiring
• Sports broadcaster Merle Harmon dies
• Sportscaster Barkley gets online platform
• Spanier out at SNR
• Salvatore new GM Compass Media Sports
• Sportscaster Les Keiter dies
• Alabama station flips to sports
• Clippers' Lawler maintains enthusiasm
• Theirs were the voices we knew
• Following Kalas falls to McCarthy, Wheeler
• Colleagues remember sportscaster Kalas
• Sportscaster Kalas didn't act like legend
• Costas ready for return to PBP
• NBC, NHL in no rush for new deal
• Tributes to Harry Kalas
• Sportscaster Harry Kalas dies
• 610 Sports Radio sets lineup
• New sports show debuts in Des Moines
• STAA's Richards to call Colts baseball
• Fisher to call Ems baseball
• Kellerman might not pair with Francesa
• CBS Masterful at Augusta
• Navajo sportscasting icon dies
• STAA's Gore wins sportscasting awards
• Student sportscaster earns Miracle shot
• Sportscaster Swirsky back in Chicago swing
• Jack and Brick remember roots
• Podolak returning to Hawkeyes radio
• Dial Global, Compass partner for football
• Comcast to sack NFL Network
• Sports host Russo banned from openers
• Sportscaster Rose to host Fox pregame
• San Diego sports show canceled
• Astros put more work on Hamilton
• Sportscaster Edwards rips ESPN
• Masters golf coverage wall-to-wall
• Hacksaw expands XM baseball duties
• Cavender joins Boise State Radio
• Sportscaster Vargas out in Philly
• Fired Des Moines sportscaster lands job
• Chukars' Garshow recovering from surgery
• Sportscaster Milo Hamilton honored
• ESPN Chicago preps new web venture
• Sportscaster Schiavone finds dream job
• STAA's Spolane joins Rockies team
• Denver Sports Radio adds two
• Fox working to start Series games earlier
• Riders baseball to air on CBS radio
• Fisher Cats baseball extend radio deal
• LA Sportscaster anchors need time
• Q&A with sportscaster Marv Albert
• Sportscaster Provus settles in with Brewers
• STAA's Palaszczuk joins Sand Gnats
• Cable wary of NFL's Red Zone Channel
• NFL Network not for everyone
• City Stars soccer sets TV team
• Sports host Bloniarz reflects on 15 years
• A&A with sportscaster Gania
• STAA's McKay returning to Denver
• Sportscaster Tafoya to WCCO?
• Rage sportscaster Clark laid off
• News sports TV show in San Francisco
• Anchor reunion in San Diego
• Phillies' Kalas back for another season
• Sportscaster Powell begins his dream
• STAA's Flemming joins JetHawks
• Coleman off Padres play-by-play
• Sportscaster Shimabuku to San Diego
• Orioles deny credential to sports host
• D'Ambrosio to call Rock Cats baseball
• Smith new Rome Braves broadcaster
• Sportscaster McGovern back on the air
• New sports station ready in Miami
• ESPN finds new Sioux Falls home
• Sportscenter moves into LA
• Marlins, Panthers juggle broadcasts
• CBS zooms in on Final Four
• Sportscaster Wingo visits his roots
• McShay is Kiper's draft counterpart
• Sportscaster Shea back on the air
• Curve retains Pittsburgh affiliate
• Miklasz moving to 101 ESPN
• Bulls baseball gets new radio home
• STAA's Margulies new DareDevils voice
• Gumbel suing TV producer
• Sportscaster Berman leaving WNBC
• Winfield joins Baseball Tonight
• Hagerstown baseball to air on WJEJ
• Sportscaster Rathburn honored
• MLB Network thinking big
• Seattle sports talk radio wars begin
• Sportscaster Smith exits WRCB-TV
• 710 ESPN Seattle names "insiders"
• Ex-KFAN host Dubay entering treatment
• STAA's Collegiate Top 20 debuts
• NFL Network losing money
• Tampa sportscaster Reynolds laid off
• TV viewers catch Tiger's return tale
March 2009
• Sportscaster Nielsen leaving KHOU
• Buckeyes rights go to IMG
• 710 ESPN Seattle launching next week
• Ex-Kane County voice O'Connor dies
• Schefter finished at NFL Network?
• Sports host Griffin exits WUMP
• Orioles baseball broadcast cut short
• Spurs renew basketball broadcast deal
• U. of Maine sportscaster becomes coach
• Faith based sports show debuts in Georgia
• Mutual admiration on Rangers radio
• A case of March badness
• Duke, Carolina power basketball ratings
• Q&A with FSAZ's Mike Roth
• Sirott joins Cubs baseball broadcasts
• Caray lands G-Braves TV job
• Cotlar decides against joining Tirrell
• Schrock calls 1,800th game
• STAA's Larson hired by T-Bones
• Sports host Kilcoyne back on KFNS
• CBS expands Purdy's role in Texas
• UH sports staying on 790
• Aces baseball to air on Fox 1450
• A's still don't have DirecTV deal
• March Madness has record viewers
• WBC far from ratings classic
• Kornheiser expected back on MNF
• Dodgers hope Collins attracts diversity
• Sportscaster Collins not right fit for LA
• Leitner excited for Garden broadcast
• Leitner a traveling man
• Bird-Magic wasn't exciting
• Meet SNY's studio team
• TV needs lesson in golf lingo
• Dorados set football broadcast plans
• Bisons baseball to air on TV
• Des Moines getting new sports radio
• Sportscaster fired for profanities
• Brahmas prep for first playoff TV game
• Sports host Carmichael uncensored
• Bigby adds OM duties for KRLD
• MLB Net sets Thursday game slate
• Mancow won't change WTKT's sports focus
• Milwaukee viewers caught in switch
• When Kell spoke, people listened
• Fox Detroit to air Kell tribute
• Ex-Tigers sportscaster Kell dies
• NFL, DirecTV extend deal
• Darling delivers reality on SNY
• Sports hosts suspended for cursing
• ESPN 980 now on cell phones
• STAA's Hawkins joins KMZE
• Dodgers hire Collins for TV
• Twins to talk calls during broadcast
• Sportscasting legend O'Mara dies
• Des Moines sports host drops F bombs
• Sportscaster is cancer free
• NFL makes DirecTV a hot ticket
• Goalies make best sportscasters
• CBS flips switch in Tourney coverage
• Sweet 16 mix could stir ratings
• Miklasz moving to FM sports station
• Yet another sports station in Miami
• Earthquakes soccer signs radio deal
• New San Diego show nets tepid reviews
• NESN unveils Opening Day lineup
• Neverett eager to call full MLB slate
• NCAA basketball online is in demand
• NCAA can opt out of CBS contract
• Michigan sports host Terpstra wins award
• Sportscaster Moller a Florida fan favorite
• Sportscaster Frattare takes new role
• Williams leaves void in Charlotte
• A pioneer among black sportscasters
• Ford to Royals flagship, McCabe to B-Mets
• Goldstein exits ESPN 890 Boston
• Sportscaster Kraska suspected of DUI
• Toronto soccer to air on The Fan
• NCAA can opt out of CBS contract
• Canceled Macon show finds new home
• STAA's Long joins Steamers baseball
• Dawson accepts reduced role in KC
• Perrault leaving Big Sports 590
• Zmudzien joins SteepleCats radio
• Kellogg not expecting advice from Packer
• Sportscaster Parker writes book
• Eagle hosting sportscasting camp
• Bracket TV coverage lacks drama
• San Diego host fired for comments
• Patrick lands Direct TV show
• Sports host Rosenberg out in Miami
• Kaat returning to baseball booth
• Houston gets new local sports show
• Basketball is CBS' time to shine
• Sportscaster Emrick back in hockey finals
• STAA unveils sportscasting success tools
• North to launch April 6th
• Burk to call Portland TV games
• Hacksaw signs XM baseball deal
• Marquette fans miss dramatic finish
• Salzberg pulling double duty
• Blues' chase battles brain lesion
• SD station should end awful experiment
• Nance-Kellogg working well
• NCAA sportscasters have Utah ties
• Anthony prefers the college game
• McGuire calling shots during telecast
• Billy Packer is back
• Cool job puts Moskal center stage
• NFL staying on Westwood One
• San Diego duo benched after comments
• Marathon men behind the basketball mike
• ESPN asking for $100,000 from affiliates
• ESPN Seattle unveils lineup
• ESPN corporate ko's local promotion
• Sportscaster ridiculed after live audition
• Eagle explains rejecting WFAN
• Sports host Teinowitz injured in stunt
• Philly's Campbell gets reduced role
• Madness brings mike time for Kellogg
• Francesa-Kellerman would be ego mania
• Kellerman exits 1050; Joining Francesa?
• North launching Net sports station
• Scholastic websites catching on
• San Diego station fires sports department
• NFL Net steps up carriage talks
• Georgia negotiating with ISP
• Basketball madness goes wireless
• Miller is Dallas' only female sportscaster
• 710 ESPN adds sports host Mike Salk
• Godett joins Buffalo Bisons radio
• STAA's Suchon broadcasts Dodgers game
• No baseball deal yet on Sirius
• March Madness again on demand
• Iron football sets broadcast teams
• Joke jock Valenti just doing his job
• KNBR's Razor still sharp
• Francesa needs an understudy
• 950 ESPN revamping lineup
• Cowherd show returning to New York City
• Huard gets show on 710 ESPN Seattle
• Neely ready for Padres debut
• Opperman joins Reading Phillies radio
• Michaels to host Olympics
• Learfield gets Boise State athletics
• STAA's Laaser new voice of Biscuits
• Valenti apologizes for boat joke
• Gillispie joins Tide baseball booth
• Incmikoski to Fox Sports North
• STAA's Rogol to call Bluefish baseball
• Tampa sportscaster sorry for mistakes
• Herm Edwards eager to hit airwaves
• Opperman joins Reading Phillies radio
• McGinn to call P-Nats baseball
• Maher among cuts at WTVH
• Ordway grateful for baby's miracle
• Admirals hockey extends radio deal
• KFLD cancels sports show
• SNY launches enhancement system
• Teen builds sportscasting career
• Nitz to call Explorers baseball
• YES renews Francesa simulcast
• STAA's Hasty joins Wilson Tobs radio
• Sportscaster's son missing at sea
• KWSN drops ESPN for Fox
• Student finds calling as sportscaster
February 2009
• Notre Dame hockey's Lockert dies
• Bulls broadcasters Kerr, Van Lier die
• McKenna joins Miklasz on 1380
• Yardley to broadcast Dynamo soccer
• Ranking LA sportscasters
• Laskey caught between dream, reality
• Darling has spring in his step
• GM sticks with CBS' NCAA basketball
• Bender to call ChiSox spring games
• Sportscaster Brinkley living dream
• STAA's Farber joins Sky Sox baseball
• Canwest selling stake in Score Media
• Golf networks banking on Tiger
• Sportscaster Provus finds his voice
• Sportscaster McKinney going to prison
• Dynamo soccer renews radio deal
• Hundreds mourn sportscaster Kellas
• Spear to broadcast Miracle baseball
• A's games might not air on DirecTV
• STAA client gets shot with NBA's Rockets
• Thunder hockey signs radio deal
• STAA's Bryant hired by Evansville
• Emmitt Smith cut by ESPN
• STAA's Vlietstra new voice of Diablos
• Nantz named Sportscaster of the Year
• Miami station reduces sports department
• Houston station cuts sports show
• Barkley contrite in return to TV
• IronPigs unveil broadcast team
• Sportscaster Bob Rasmey honored
• ESPN sign Sun Belt deal
• Milbury brings opinions to mike
• Degler leaves Reading Phillies
• Sports radio gets boost on Cape
• Neupert joins 101 ESPN
• Contrite Barkley has his day
• ESPN's Everett, Verrett moving to LA
• Sports host Vee out in Columbus, GA
• Sooners sportscaster Brooks into Hall
• FS Rocky Mountain feeling pinch
• Bender calls life as he sees it
• Kennedy joins Rays broadcasts
• No YES at Yankees spring training
• Provus walks into enemy territory
• Favre could land at ESPN
• Provus joins Brewers radio
• STAA's Feldman new SD at WIXC
• Brainerd received his start in Eau Claire
• STAA's Cooper new voice of Windy City
• Sportscaster Dales out at ESPN
• Kalas recovering from surgery
• Wings' Kal battling laryngitis
• Angels to simlucast on KFWB
• OSU extends radio deal
• Legal issues swirling in St. Louis
• KSLG downplays problems
• All-Star weekend in 3D
• Marv Albert still honing his craft
• Merloni loves new CSN deal
• STAA's Maun joins Pelicans radio
• A's baseball finds new TV home
• MLB, NFL shield themselves in Sirius deals
• Jack Dale recovering from brain surgery
• Abraham finds new Nashville home
• Bulls' sportscaster Kerr honored
• To cover or not to cover?
• Bruins hockey may leave WBZ
• Miracle hire Obama show stealer
• Costas improves team at MLB Net
• Insurance agent also a sportscaster
• STAA's Braverman joins Blue Crabs
• Jones to call WhiteCaps baseball
• Lezotte new voice of LumberKings
• Columbus ready for more sports radio
• NFL could land on Sporting News
• Sports host Shanks fired at WIFN
• River Cats baseball extends radio deal
• Lugnuts hire Goldberg-Strassler
• ESPN airs A-Rod extravaganza
• A-Rod makes it easy for Gammons
• Tourists announce broadcast team
• Perkins replacing Santos at WBZ
• Van Pelt slams Selig over salary
• Comcast serving up local sports
• Calling all youth sportscasters
• Mad Dog Radio officially launches
• Higgins to call Drillers baseball
• Buck replacing Costas on HBO
• Fisher out at WTRX
• Tim Saunders to call Riversharks
• Ex-sportscaster Healey dies
• Pistons basketball moving to FM
• Travelers find new radio home
• WCVB loses Patriots 'Access'
• 1090 yanks interview from PM Drive
• Kay banned from stadium
• MU coach apologizes for outburst
• Drexler's slip of lip
• Powell expresses appreciation
• Rating Miami sportscasts
• Miami listeners fight flip to sports
• STAA's Hawkins earns opportunity
• Vispoli joins Dayton Dragons radio
• Costas eager to speak his mind
• What teams want in broadcasters
• A conversation with Pat Hughes
• Costas joins MLB Network
• NBC claims Super Bowl record
• Rangers moving weekday games to FM
• Affiliate questions using Millen
• Student's sports TV show goes national
• STAA's Cantor gets Manhattan games
• NHL considering leaving NBC
• Riter put opposite former mates
• WBFG adds local sports talkers
• Rock Cats baseball to air in HD
• NBC gives semi-super effort
• Station airs porn instead of game
• XLIII super observations
• Michaels, Madden worth watching
• Proctor covered sports history
January 2009
• Provus, Munn lead Brewers list
• Fisher out at WTRX in Flint
• STAA's Deutsch returns to booth
• Madden still working at 72
• ESPN plans job cuts
• Brewers radio gig on fast track
• Changes coming in Miami sports radio
• MiLB Indians sign radio deal
• Davis stunned by WBAL layoff
• KGOW takes holiday silver
• Michaels watches Super Bowl TV evolve
• Michaels still gets nervous
• Collinsworth comes full circle
• Remembering sportscaster Joe May
• Serey to call Silverhawks baseball
• Rome keeps the Jungle karma
• Railcats sign radio deal
• NBC going all out for Super Bowl
• Korach: King was a master too
• Sportscaster Podolak enters treatment
• Georgia Tech renews with ISP
• Sierens still one of a kind
• Dean Blevins injured in fall
• Sportscaster Sutton rejoins Braves
• Sand Gnats sign radio deal
• Sam Ryan accepts larger role in NY
• From player to sports broadcaster
• Dibble joins Nationals broadcasts
• A's Korach earns extension
• Revolution extends radio deal
• New York TV sports anchors face ax
• WFNZ's Williams moving to Sirius
• Hacksaw wins another award
• Sports radio invades Tampa
• Martin takes over Fox Sports Radio
• Martin takes over Fox Sports Radio
• Davis out at WBAL
• Columbus' Fan goes FM
• Masur, Suchon on Brewers list
• Krueger joins Mad Dod Radio
• Salisbury to join Scruggs in Dallas
• Atlanta's Shapiro clashes with Rocker
• Magic, Jackson chat makes waves
• Economy threatens local sports shows
• 770 ESPN's Moulton: what now?
• NESN hockey team likes what it sees
• May was premiere prep sports booster
• Drawing the line on homerism
• Tough call: criticizing management
• Contrasting Reds, Pirates radio
• Cowboys seeking new radio home
• Ex-Bulls sportscaster Kerr ailing
• Northwestern staying on WGN
• Roberts expanding Houston TV duties
• Siliciano is KLAC's real loss
• Schaefer writes sportscasting book
• Friedman exits Ticket for 103.3 ESPN
• WQTM returning to sports format
• Marks staying in Baltimore
• STL sports radio ratings plummet
• WQAM tops Miami ratings
• Thrall to call Pelicans baseball
• Ex-coaches lend voices
• Neely calls Padres "dream job"
• Versus making name for itself
• San Diego PM drive a wasteland
• Padres introduce Neely as TV voice
• Clarifying LA sports radio changes
• Changes in Seattle sports radio
• Schilling accepts larger role on WEEI
• Sabres' Jeanneret to miss games
• Beninati's rise mirrors Caps'
• Editor trades pen for PBP mike
• KLAC merges with Fox Sports Radio
• Braves hire Powell; Sutton next?
• Drayer to cover M's baseball on KIRO
• Help available for ex-CC sportscasters
• Chad Hartman out in Minneapolis
• Staff purged at XTRA Sports 1360
• Sileo taking over Florida
• ESPN shuffles baseball lineup
• Watson to call Fort Wayne baseball
• WHEN PD Lerch let go
• WDFN cuts local sports shows
• Lamm, Cowart out at WXFJ
• CC fires San Diego sports staff
• Captains baseball to air on WREO-FM
• Q&A with GSU's Dave Cohen
• Illinois sportscaster Mays dies
• Ex-KFAN host Dubay enters drug program
• Riverdogs baseball reach radio deal
• STAA's Smith joins Trenton Thunder
• McNeil out at Chicago's WMVP
• New deal for ESPN's Berman?
• ESPN seeking new inside critic
• Sportscaster honored in Oklahoma
• No one called a game like Rush
• Q&A with Josh Heller
• Sportscaster Kleinjan honored
• Kozimor joins new sports TV station
• Denny added to ECHL all-star TV
• College player also broadcasts games
• Stars hockey moving to The Ticket
• Brewers acting like Powell leaving
• Knicks, Rangers staying on ESPN 1050
• WHOO moving towards local format
• Curve baseball to air on ESPN 1430
• New XX San Diego show failing miserably
• Marchiano says he's not finished
• DJ loving life as sports talk host
• Rating NFL playoff broadcasts
• Enberg, tennis perfect match
• Radio put Providence College on map
• Chelesnik talks STAA on LA radio show
• Astros staying on KTRH
• ESPN Radio tweaking lineup
• Sounders soccer to air on KIRO
• Chelesnik talks STAA on LA radio show
• Radio put Providence College on map
• Astros staying on KTRH
• CBC won't air Jays baseball
• A's sign Spanish radio deal
• Ex-A's broadcaster Rush dies
• Madison sports stations like changes
• Lepay giving sports talk a try
• Scully recalls perfect broadcast
• STAA's Hirsch to call Captains baseball
• Iowa's Podolak retiring
• Potesta, Zangrilli to call Curve baseball
• UCLA's Roberts making waves
• Salina gets all sports station
• AF2 Pirats land radio deal
• Student becomes youngest on ESPN
• Rays baseball to air on WDAE
• Renshaw joins CW Louisville
• North's new show a snooze
• Fox gets Cardinal ratings win
• The Fan's Belue has Bell's Palsy
• WKNR adds Reghi to lineup
• Eagle passes on Francesa show
• Dambach lands Spikes GM gig
• ECHL sets all-star radio team
• Duvall joins CHL all-star radio
• Calabro turns up the volume
• Behind the scenes with Dave Cohen
• Student gets play-by-play chance
• Barnett joins Texas Rangers radio
• Sports Broadcaster Gil Santos retiring
• Ragone, Padgett back on in Louisville
• North, Jiggets set for return to TV
• WEEI caller charged for obsceneties
• Martin denies being fired in Dallas
• MLB Net to announce Hall inductees
• Blues hockey leaving free TV
• NESN blocked by technical foul
• Rapid City gets ESPN Radio
• ESPN 1370 adds Howell
• MS Braves moving to FM
• Things getting worse at San Diego's XX
• Chargers boost ratings in LA
• BCS in 3-D is jarring
• STL's 101.1 gets wakeup call
• Strahan a super rookie on TV
• Sherman a voice for all venues
• Brewers calling all auditions
• Potesta to Curve; Harris to D-Jaxx
• Williams to lead Olympic broadcast
• Gus Johnson new Showtime voice
• Dambach leaves Altoona Curve
• Fox adds new dimension to BCS
• Millen deserves second shot on TV
• 1070 The Fan celebrates birthday
• ESPN LA taps Berry as VP/GM
• Calabro to 710 ESPN Seattle
• Cowlishaw joins The Fan in Dallas
• Late Kansas sportscaster honored
• STAA unveils All-America program
• Powell could be Braves choice
• Ex-sportscaster Crum passes
• Giger to host show in Altoona
• Francesa doing well solo
• UK's Price has E. Tennessee sound
• Robinson new voice of 49ers
• Oakland A's changing stations
• Edwards into SWOSU Hall
• Two sides to technology
• Ordway signs rich deal at WEEI
• Millen joins NBC Super Bowl coverage
• Ex-sportscaster Owenby passes
• Popular sports host going to jail
• Pedersen joins 66ers radio
• Padres close to naming TV voice
• New 1090 show called disasterous
• Vara out at KILT
• KOW strikes blow in Houston
• Vasgersian facing challenges
• Vitale back to NBA for one game
• Grading NFL TV coverage
• Fox going all out for Sugar Bowl
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