FOX will attempt to inject some life into otherwise sterile ballpark environments devoid of fans because of the coronavirus pandemic by utilizing virtual ones during MLB telecasts this season.
What wasn’t expected, however, was that viewers would catch a glimpse of Shaq’s boxers, as the NBA legend stood up too early as EJ closed out Thursday’s telecast.
Longtime TNT announcer Kevin Harlan recently shared some details about how the network will handle the unprecedented challenge of televising games remotely.
Tony Romo will play a starring role in an upcoming program in which he will discuss quarterbacking in the NFL with three young up-and-coming signal-callers.
Joe Buck generated a lot of buzz this week with comments concerning how FOX may approach broadcasting NFL games in stadiums without fans in attendance.
In a broadcasting call that will live in infamy, Joe Buck condemned Randy Moss on the air in 2005 for his faux mooning of a hostile crowd, and the longtime announcer insists to this day he has no regr
ESPN will again rely upon some seriously quirky programming this coming weekend in this live sports-starved climate, as “The Ocho” will take over its flagship network for the first time ever.
ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter has apologized for overlooking an event last week when tweeting about how refreshing the arrival of the 2020 NFL Draft was for sports fans. He has since apologized.
ESPN personality Katie Nolan has long worn her New England Patriots fandom on her sleeve, and the news that Tom Brady was signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers left her doing something she previous th
Smith obviously has become a talking-head icon thanks to his bloviating rants and on-air meltdowns. Hearing his commentary as if spoken by a tyke-sized S.A.S. makes them hilariously absurd.
Tony Romo’s impending potential free agency in the broadcasting world has interestingly developed into one of the more intriguing storylines of the NFL offseason.
rles Barkley has never been afraid to call things as he sees them and take merciless shots at the biggest stars in the NBA, and Kyrie Irving and Draymond Green have become the latest victims of the an
Troy Aikman was overcome with emotion on Sunday upon learning that his former coach, Jimmy Johnson, will be part of the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame class, and the legendary Dallas Cowboys quarterba
Shaquille O’Neal spun a yarn during Thursday night’s “Inside the NBA” show on TNT during which he outrageously claimed to have proof that legendary music icon Stevie Wonder isn’t really blind.
Charles Barkley essentially had to eat his own words when it comes to the Philadelphia 76ers during NBA on TNT’s postgame show Tuesday night by stating his former team have “no chance” of reaching th