Search results for "Broadcast "

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FL
Dick Stockton is a national network sports television broadcaster who has covered events for virtually every major sport for over four decades. He has called baseball’s World Series, nine NBA championship finals, countless NCAA basketball tournament games including... View More

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UT
Steve Young built his fame as the record-setting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers…but he is also a licensed attorney, an acclaimed motivational speaker, a sought-after corporate spokesperson, a supporter of numerous charities and foundations and—most importantly—a... View More

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Jimmy Johnson, the architect of the Dallas Cowboys' consecutive victories in Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII, former Miami Dolphins coach and current member of FOX's NFL SUNDAY team, is a proven leader and motivator. Johnson served as Cowboys' head coach from 1989 to March... View More

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With all of his legendary accomplishments on the football field--Heisman Trophy winner, star running back at The Ohio State University, NFL rookie of the year and holder of a host of NFL records--Eddie George could have retired a proud man, with a strong legacy as a... View More

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Mike Ditka, Pro Football Hall of Fame player and Super Bowl-winning coach, joined ESPN as an NFL analyst in 2004. With a combined 26 years of playing (12) and head coaching (14) experience, Ditka is a key weekly contributor to Monday Night Countdown, Monday Quarterback on... View More

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Emmy winner and Super Bowl Champion Michael Strahan is the co-host of top-rated entertainment talk show “LIVE with Kelly and Michael.” He also serves as special co-host for leading morning program, “Good Morning America,” and as an Emmy-nominated analyst for “Fox NFL... View More

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While the football narrative of NFL quarterback Kurt Warner reads like a rags-to-riches Hollywood script, it is the story of a man filled with dignity, class and undeniable faith that captured the imagination of the sports world and beyond. Warner continually beat the... View More

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CA
Bill Walton has a passion -- for his work, for family & friends, for music, for life and for greatness! Bill brings his outsized passion to the stage and inspires audiences with tales from an improbable life in sport and beyond. Walton speaks about the secrets of... View More

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Don Newman is a dynamic speaker and skilled communicator, a leading political and economic analyst, and an award-winning broadcaster and journalist. His career in journalism spanned four decades, culminating as Senior Parliamentary Editor of CBC Television News and anchor... View More

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Clay Travis is an American sports journalist, writer and television analyst for Fox Sports. He works as an analyst on Fox Sports 1's college pre-game show, as well as their weekly SEC football show. He is also the host of Fox Sports nationally syndicated "Outkick the... View More

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Arizona
Experience United States Congressman from Arizona, 1995-2007 First Arizonan to serve on the Ways and Means Committee Author of the Hayworth Education Land Grant Act Chairman, Conservative Opportunity Society, 1999-2003 Author Whatever It Takes: Illegal Immigration, Border... View More

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Florida
As a professional speaker, Mort Crim draws from the thousands of interviews he’s conducted during a lifetime in journalism to show his audience that happiness and success are never a matter of life’s circumstances. With stories of personal courage and triumph, Mort shares... View More

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Greg Gumbel’s standout work in the busy world of sports broadcasting has made his face, his name and his voice as familiar as any in the industry. Considered one of the best in sports television, this winter Greg teams with Dan Dierdorf to call the NFL play-by-play action... View More

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Missouri
Ozzie Smith is known in baseball as “The Wizard” and the best defensive shortstop of all time. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2002. Ozzie retired from baseball in 1996 after playing 19 years in the major leagues, the first four years with the San Diego... View More

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Massachusetts
On Jim Bouton’s high school junior varsity baseball team his nickname was "Warm Up Bouton" because all he ever did was warm up, he never got into the games. The goal of becoming a major league pitcher was considered "unrealistic," so he did his Career Week essay on... View More

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Connie Dieken is the author of the bestsellers Talk Less, Say More and Become the Real Deal, both published by Wiley. A former broadcast journalist, she delivers her thought leadership on developing executive presence and building influence. Connie draws on two unique... View More

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North Carolina
Jeff Hammond joined Fox Sports at the end of the 2000 Winston Cup season. He and partner Chris Myers host the weekly pre-race show from the famed "Hollywood Hotel" usually located near Victory Lane at each race track. Jeff also contributes to the race coverage on Fox and... View More

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What if television news reporters presented their own reports on camera directly to the audience viewing at home? It was a radical idea in August of 1965. That's when KYW-TV, Channel 3, Westinghouse Broadcasting in Philadelphia experimented with this concept. Today, it's... View More

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Marci Rossell electrifies audiences nationwide, speaking on the nexus of economics, politics, culture and the media. Her animated style was honed when she served as the popular, lively Chief Economist for CNBC in the months immediately following September 11th. She takes... View More

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The baseball career of Steve Sax spanned 18 years and featured many impressive moments. This five-time All-Star was named “National League Rookie of the Year” in 1982 and continued to improve his game with each passing season. Steve played second base with intensity and... View More

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Washington
Nationally renowned broadcast journalist Susan Stamberg is special correspondent for National Public Radio. Stamberg is the first woman to anchor a national nightly news program and has won every major award in broadcasting. In 1994 she was inducted into the Broadcasting... View More

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Washington
When the nation's leading policy makers and journalists want to check the pulse of the national public opinion, they tune in to The Diane Rehm Show. It is broadcast live from WAMU-FM in Washington D.C. from 10 a.m. until noon, and transmitted to 110 National Public Radio... View More

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Fox News Contributor, Former Trump Campaign Operative Steve Cortes has appeared daily on TV news programs for a decade. His broadcast career began at CNBC where he commented on financial markets, primarily as part of the “Fast Money” franchise. In recent years he... View More

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Texas
Leslie Mouton is the noon and 6pm anchor at KSAT-12 news, the ABC affiliate in San Antonio, Texas. She has been a broadcast journalist for 18 years. In that time Leslie has covered many stories – but perhaps the most important story is her own. In October of 2000, at the... View More

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New York
Anderson Cooper anchors Anderson Cooper 360, an unconventional, wide-ranging weekday news program on CNN. Mr. Cooper, who joined CNN in December 2001, served as CNN's weekend anchor before moving to the 7 pm hour in March 2003 following the war in Iraq. Since joining... View More