One Reporter’s Take On What Makes A Good Broadcaster

From our pal Gail Sideman at PUBLISIDE:   Sports Business Journal’s/Daily’s John Ourand prefers sports analysts check jargon at the door Posted on May 8, 2015 by Gail I continue my series of comments from some of the top sports television reporters in the country about what makes a good play-by-play announcer and color analyst. Today, […]

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AIPS Announces the Sport Media Pearl Awards

Humanity’s love of sport is global, transcending national and cultural divisions and encompassing some of the most noble human aspirations and qualities.   Sport recognition tends to be confined to athletes and players, leaving sport storytellers – those who bring the exciting world of sport to the ordinary enthusiast – underappreciated. The Sport Media Pearl […]

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Lady In The Lockerroom

Gina Miller is a lifelong sportscaster and TV host, having worked for the CBS affiliates in Dallas and Houston, the NBC affiliate in Knoxville and the ABC affiliate in Dallas. She also worked for the Dallas Cowboys and interned for the Houston Rockets. She has covered Super Bowls, Final Fours, World Series, the NBA Finals, […]

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Video: 56th Annual NSSA Awards Preview

Video detailing the events of the 56th NSSA Awards Weekend, June 6-8, 2015, in Salisbury, NC.

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2-Time Colorado Sportswriter of Year Leaves Post for TV Station

2013 and 2013 NSSA Colorado Sportswriter of the Year Mike Klis has left the Denver Post after 17 years and moved to KUSA-TV News9 in Denver to join their Broncos coverage team. Story from News9 Story from Denver Post

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11-Time VA Sportscaster of Year Roth Leaves VT for UCLA

Bill Roth, a veteran of 27 years as the radio play-by-play announcer for Virginia Tech football and basketball, is leaving the school to take a similar position at UCLA, the school announced on its website. Roth is an 11-time winner of the NSSA’s Virginia Sportscaster of the Year Award and was inducted into the Virginia […]

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