2019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame Ceremony

Wednesday, December 18, 2019Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame 2019The Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame celebrates the class of 2019, honoring 10 legendary professionals who have made an indelible mark on the sports-TV and -media industry. Watch as the induction ceremony is held on Dec. 17 at the New York Hilton Hotel in Midtown Manhattan.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Steve AndersonESPN executive Steve Anderson accepts his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Doug WilsonOne of the men behind the legendary sports program Wide World of Sports, Doug Wilson, takes his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Ken WooOne of the greatest camera operators in sports television history, Ken Woo, accepts his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Mary Ellen CarlyleAn innovator and one of sports television's great technical pioneers, Mary Ellen Carlyle, takes her place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Mike 'Doc' EmrickAmerica's voice of hockey and one of sports' great broadcasters, Mike 'Doc' Emrick, gives a heartfelt reminder to all as he accepts his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Roger PenskeAn auto racing legend, Roger Penske also left an indelible mark on the sports television history by paving the wave for innovation. He accepts his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Jerry GepnerSports television innovator and former Fox Sports executive Jerry Gepner accepts his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Bob FishmanOne of the greatest sports television directors of this, or any, era, - and a man beloved by his industry colleagues - Bob Fishman accepts his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Bob LeyBob Ley of ESPN accepts his place in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.Wednesday, December 18, 20192019 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Bud CollinsLegendary tennis broadcaster Bud Collins has been inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame. Accepting for his posthumously was his wife, Anita Ruthling Klaussen.

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