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List of Jewish sportscasters and promoters

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Jewish sportscasters and promoters refers to sportscasters and sports promoters who are Jews and have attained outstanding achievements in sports.


Jews who are sportscasters or sports promoters:

  • Kenny Albert, US sportscaster
  • Marv Albert, US sportscaster
  • Mel Allen, US sportscaster, New York Yankees play-by-play announcer
  • Bob Arum, US boxing promoter
  • Senda Berenson, Russian-born US basketball pioneer
  • Chris Berman, US ESPN talk show host
  • Len Berman, US sportscaster
  • Bonnie Bernstein, US ESPN sportscaster
  • Steve Buckhantz, US Washington Wizards play-by-play announcer[1]
  • Steve Bunin, US ESPN sportscaster
  • Craig Carton, US WFAN morning show
  • Linda Cohn, US ESPN anchor
  • Myron Cope, US Pittsburgh Steelers radio announcer
  • Howard Cosell, US sportscaster
  • Seth Davis, US ESPN sportscaster <"Center for Sport and Jewish Life, interview."/><>
  • Ian Eagle, US sportscaster
  • Rich Eisen, US ESPN, NFL network anchor
  • Al Farb US, (1905–2005) boxing promoter of championship bouts including Floyd Patterson vs. Brian London <Toledo Blade, April 7, 1959, p. 2"/><>
  • Roy Firestone, US sportscaster
  • CK Friedlander, South African rugby commentator.
  • Elliotte Friedman, Canadian CBC Sports broadcaster
  • Joel Gertner, US professional wrestling promoter [2]
  • Hank Goldberg, US football analyst
  • Marty Glickman, US, sprinter & broadcaster; US Olympic team, All American (football)
  • Doug Gottlieb, US ESPN NCAA Basketball analyst
  • Mike Greenberg, US ESPN anchor
  • Paul Heyman, US professional wrestling manager & promoter
  • Mike Jacobs, US boxing promoter
  • Dana Jacobson, US co-host ESPN's Cold Pizza
  • Billy Jaffe, US New York Islanders sportscaster
  • Max Kellerman, boxing broadcaster
  • Suzy Kolber, US ESPN sportswriter
  • Tony Kornheiser, US radio show host, t.v. show host, author
  • Justin Kutcher, US sportscaster
  • Michael Landsberg, Canadian TSN anchor
  • Ken Levine, Major League Baseball announcer
  • Steve Levy, US ESPN anchor
  • Mike Lynch, 1080 The Fan ESPN Portland Host
  • Mitch Melnick, Canadian Montreal Expos English radio colour analyst
  • Al Michaels, US sportscaster
  • Johnny Most, US Boston Celtics sportscaster
  • Sam Muchnick US wrestling promoter
  • Elliott Price, Canadian Montreal Expos radio play-by-play
  • Karl Ravech, US ESPN journalist
  • Scott Reiss, US ESPN anchor
  • Jim Rome, US radio, TV host
  • Howie Rose, US New York Islanders, New York Mets sportscaster [3]
  • Sam Rosen US New York Rangers on TV, NHL on OLN, NFL on Fox sportscaster
  • Dick Schaap, US sportswriter & broadcaster
  • Jeremy Schaap, US sports commentator & broadcaster (son of Dick Schaap)
  • Louis O. Schwartz - US President, American Sportscasters Association (ASA) - Founder, ASA Hall of Fame - Editor, ASA Insiders Sportsletter - Former President, Finger Lakes Broadcasting Corp.
  • Archie Shacksnovis, first man to broadcast rugby in South Africa.
  • Dan Shulman, Can. sportscaster ESPN: Sunday Baseball, College Basketball coverage
  • Charley Steiner, US Los Angeles Dodgers radio-TV play-by-play announcer
  • Dick Stockton, US TNT broadcaster
  • Steve Stone, US WGN-TV broadcaster
  • Bert Sugar, American boxing writer
  • Suzyn Waldman, US New York Yankees TV play-by-play announcer & current commentator/analyst for NY Yankees radio; 1st woman to hold either position on regular basis for Major League baseball team
  • Lisa Winston
  • Warner Wolf, US sportscaster, w/CBS 9 in Washington, D.C. & CBS 2 in New York City, now w/WABC NewsTalkRadio 77 in NYC
  • Andrea Kremer, US sportscaster/ NBC sideline reporter
  • Mickey Duff, British Boxing Promoter
  • Josh Elliott, American Television Journalist
  • J Russell Peltz, US Boxing Promoter
  • Adam Schefter, Adam Schefter is an American sports writer and television analyst.
  • References

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