| Sports announcer|
| April 6, 1967 (age 48) (1967-04-06) Hanover, New Hampshire, USA|
Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University
Brad Feldman Wikipedia
Brad Feldman is an American television/radio announcer, radio personality, and broadcasting executive. He is the TV and radio play-by-play announcer for the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer.
Feldman was born in Hanover, New Hampshire on April 6, 1967. His mother is Diane Feldman, who worked as an artist. His father is Joel J. Feldman, a former plastic surgeon who worked with burn victims and Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at Harvard University. Brad Feldman attended Massachusetts schools Shady Hill School, located in Cambridge, and graduated from Belmont Hill School in 1985. He went on to earn his BA from the Johns Hopkins University. He then earned a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University and a Masters of Business Administration degree at Northeastern University. After college, he began his career working in television production in Los Angeles, then worked as a print news and sports reporter before moving into sports television production in New York City. Feldman launched his sportscasting career at TV stations in Texas, New York, and New Jersey. He first began covering professional soccer while working as a sideline reporter for the Kansas City Wizards.
A TV and radio announcer for the New England Revolution since 2001, Feldman has been the play-by-play voice for the team’s radio and television broadcasts since 2005. He has also provided color analysis and sideline reporting on Revolution telecasts since 2003 for games shown on Comcast SportsNet New England, and was a broadcast-team member for the club’s U.S. Open Cup and SuperLiga championship-winning matches. Feldman was an announcer on Sports Radio 850 WEEI for all four Revolution MLS Cup appearances. Since 2014, he has also contributed to the post-game show for Revolution games on CSN.
Feldman also announced and produced non-MLS soccer telecasts for various international competitions and assisted former Revolution head coach Steve Nicol's staff with video and computer scouting. He hosted the online programs RevsWrap and In the Net, and hosted the program Inside the Revolution on MyTV New England. Feldman is a contributor to CSN New England's State of the Revs and Revolution Postgame Live programs as well as to 98.5 the SportsHub, SiriusXM FC's MLS coverage and to other New England and national radio outlets and podcasts. He provided FIFA World Cup analysis for CSN New England and NECN in 2014 and ESPN Boston in 2010.
Feldman’s experience as an announcer includes four seasons as a play-by-play commentator on ESPN International during which time he announced matches for several top European soccer leagues. These included Serie A, the Scottish Premier League, La Liga, and the UEFA Champions League. He also announced MLS, USL and college soccer games on Fox Soccer Channel and UEFA Champions League games for Setanta Sports. He began his soccer announcing career as a sideline reporter for the Kansas City Wizards and on telecasts for the Boston Breakers and New York Power of the WUSA. Feldman was a regular guest soccer expert on WEEI on "The Planet Mikey Show" and "The D.A. Show" 98.5 The Sports Hub. He also wrote and hosted video blogs for ESPNBoston.com on the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Feldman has also worked as a play-by-play announcer for Fox Soccer and other international networks such as the Brazilian network Rede Globo.
Feldman has served as the team's head of communications, Feldman now also works as the Supervising Producer for Kraft Sports Productions' Revolution telecasts on Comcast Sports Net New England and has held the titles of Broadcast Executive and Director of Soccer Broadcasting. Feldman also co-founded Sala USA with former player Ilija Stolica. Sala USA was the American distributor of Munich futsal shoes.
Feldman lives in Massachusetts, is married to Elizabeth Graham, and has one daughter. He has served on the advisory boards for Grassroot Soccer and the Kicking & Screening soccer film festival.