NEW YORK (AP) — The late Hall of Fame pitchers Dizzy Dean and Don Drysdale are candidates for the Hall’s Ford C. Frick Award for excellence in baseball broadcasting, along with Fox’s Joe Buck,...
Fans looking for options other than Joe Buck and Troy Aikman calling “Thursday Night Football” will be in luck starting this week as Amazon begins its fourth season of streaming games when Chicago...
NEW YORK (AP) — The HBO television show “Real Sports” is returning from a suspension forced by the coronavirus before the real sports themselves begin again.
Joe Buck has taken up a different type of commentary with games at a standstill.
Instead of setting the scene from the 18th fairway, the Fox announcer can be heard describing a toddler’s...
Ever since the Kansas City Chiefs qualified for Super Bowl 54, Joe Buck has been on a sentimental journey. It was 50 years ago that his father, Hall of Fame announcer Jack Buck, called his only...
Erin Andrews and Chris Myers may not get a lot of on-air time during Fox’s broadcast of Super Bowl 54, but they will have lots to contribute during Sunday's game.
Sunday's Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs marks the biggest day of sports broadcasting for networks.
Here are some things to know about Fox's coverage as...
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — It's two hours before kickoff, and in the Fox TV truck, a large screen shows logos of the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Miami Dolphins and this season's Super...
Sunday's Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams marks the biggest day of sports broadcasting for networks.
Here are some things to know about CBS' coverage as well as other Super Bowl-related programming on other networks:
SUPER 20 FOR CBS
This marks the 20th Super Bowl broadcast for CBS, which gives them the lead among all networks. NBC is next with 19 followed by Fox (eight) and ABC (seven). CBS and NBC both aired the first Super Bowl.
Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer had so much fun in their first season calling NFL games on Amazon Prime that they are coming back for an encore.
Amazon announced Thursday the veteran announcing duo will return next season to call the Thursday night package on Amazon's prime video service.
Terry Bradshaw thought his career as a football analyst was over in 1993 when CBS lost the NFL rights to Fox. But instead of going back to cattle ranching, he has had a front-row seat to the biggest sports broadcasting startup of the past quarter-century.
"It seems like an eternity. We all have occasionally talked about where we started. We've had all of these innovations that has transformed broadcasting on television," Bradshaw said.
With the Fall Classic going the full seven games the past two seasons, Joe Buck is preparing for Boston and Los Angeles to go the distance as well.
"I'm asking for John Smoltz to get a raise, because all we get are seven-game series," Buck said Monday as he prepares for his 21st World Series call for Fox. The series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox begins on Tuesday at Fenway Park.
Starting his new gig as ESPN's Sunday night game analyst, Alex Rodriguez won't complain about endless pitching changes and trips to the mound.
"I'm biased, I'm probably the wrong person to ask," he said Friday. "I can watch a five-hour game."
Rodriguez was released by the New York Yankees in August 2016 following 696 home runs, three AL MVP awards, a season-long drug suspension and enough tabloid headlines to fill a floor at the Hall of Fame.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — Bob Costas, Al Michaels and Joe Buck are among the finalists for the Hall of Fame's 2018 Ford Frick Award for excellence in baseball broadcasting.
Don Drysdale, Dizzy Dean, Joe Morgan and Pee Wee Reese, a quartet in the Hall of Fame for their playing careers, also are among the finalists, the Hall said Monday.
Buddy Blattner also is on the ballot, which rotates among national broadcasters (the 2018 ballot), early voices (next in 2019) and team-specific announcers (2020).