Archive for the 'On-Air Talent' Category

Pat Summerall

The quintessential play-by-play voice of the National Football League, Pat Summerall defined excellence during his 40 years in the booth, calling more Super Bowls than any announcer in history. He made up one half of pro football’s most legendary broadcast team, alongside fellow inductee John Madden, and spent more than 20 years as the signature [...]

John Madden

In the business of sports broadcasting, few names are as ubiquitous as John Madden’s. Known as much for his lively, colorful personality as for his in-depth commentary, he spent three decades calling NFL games for all four major networks. During 50-plus years in football, the Pro Football Hall-of-Famer cemented his standing as a cultural icon, [...]

Keith Jackson

If imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, then Keith Jackson is perhaps the most flattered broadcaster ever to sit in a booth. A versatile play-by-play man who has covered everything from baseball to boxing, his distinctive Southern twang is most associated with college football. He took the ABC announce booth every football Saturday [...]