ASA News

Al Michaels Receives 2013 Pete Rozelle Radio & TV Award

Dale Jarrett Voted into NASCAR Hall of Fame

ASA President Lou Schwartz Makes Presentation at Fourth Annual Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day Ceremony

Joe Garagiola Ends His Hall of Fame Broadcasting Career at 87

Stu Lantz, Lakers Announcer, Reflects on the Passing of Lakers Owner Dr. Jerry Buss

ASA President Lou Schwartz Remembers former New York City Mayor Ed Koch

Brent Musburger Apology Not Necessary, Says Katherine Webb

2013 Baseball Hall of Fame a Shutout

GMA's Robin Roberts Celebrates 'Major Milestone'

ESPN's Hannah Storm Returns After Accident

Larry Merchant, longtime HBO Boxing Analyst, to Retire

ESPN's Rob Parker Suspended for RG III Remarks

Tom Cheek Named Recipient of 2013 Ford C. Frick Award

Marv Albert Returns Home

Joe Buck Accomplishes Rare Double Assignment

Baseball Hall of Fame's Ford C. Frick Award Ballot Finalized

LA Dodgers Hit Home Run with the Return of Vin Scully

Len Dawson Receives Pete Rozelle Radio-TV Award

ASA President Lou Schwartz Attends Easter Seals Veterans Event

Jim Nantz Gets Married on Pebble Beach Golf Course

Tommy Lasorda Suffers Mild Heart Attack

Scott Van Pelt to Remain at ESPN

National Academy of TV Arts & Sciences Announces Winners of 33rd Annual Sports Emmy Awards

USS Intrepid's "Meet the Pilots" Event - ASA President Lou Schwartz Receives Special Invite

ASA President Lou Schwartz Attends Mets-Marlins Game, Visits with Marlins Announcers

Lou Schwartz, President of ASA, Named to New York Downtown Hospital's Community Advisory Board

ASA President Lou Schwartz Attends Bert Sugar Memorial Service

ASA President Lou Schwartz Reflects on the Passing of Colleague & Friend Bert Randolph Sugar

Tim McCarver Wins 2012 Ford C. Frick Award

ESPN Analyst Bobby Valentine to Become New Boston Red Sox Manager

2012 Ford C. Frick Award Ballot Finalized

Sportscasters Poll Overwhelmingly Urges Inclusion in the Baseball Hall of Fame Voting

Baltimore Orioles TV Announcer Mike Flanagan Commits Suicide

Jim Nantz Receives the Pete Rozelle Radio-TV Award

ASA Urges FOX to Invite Vin Scully to Work this year's World Series

This Year's Wimbledon Was Dick Enberg's Last

Costas & Michaels Team for First Time in Booth

ASA President Lou Schwartz Comments on the Passing of Sports Cartoonist Bill Gallo

Al Michaels Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award at the 32nd Annual Sports Emmys Awards

Pat Summerall Receives WFUV's Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award

Library of Congress Acquires John Miley's Collection of Historic Sports Recordings

ASA Applauds the Efforts of the New York Knicks For Honoring the Men & Women of Our Armed Forces

Charles Barkley and Steve Kerr Among Those to Work the NCAA telecast for CBS & TNT

Dave Van Horne Wins Ford C. Frick Award

Bill Walton, ASA Board Member, Returns to Broadcasting

Joe Tait, ASA Member & Radio Voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Released From Hospital

ASA Mounts a National Campaign to Promote the Efforts of the Pentagon's Warrior & Family Support Program

ASA Board Member Jon Miller Receives Ford C. Frick Award, ASA President Lou Schwartz in Attendance

ASA Mourns the Loss of George Steinbrenner - Now More Than Ever He Deserves to Be Enshrined in Cooperstown

New York Yankees Owner George Steinbrenner Dies

Longtime Yankee Stadium Announcer Bob Sheppard Dies

ASA President Lou Schwartz Attends Mets-Phillies game, Visits with Announcers

Former ESPN President Chet Simmons Dies

ESPN's Tony Kornheiser Suspended

ASA Board Member Jon Miller Wins Ford C. Frick Award

ASA Chairman Dick Enberg to Become New TV Voice of the San Diego Padres

Bob Sheppard, Longtime Yankee Stadium Voice, Retires

Legendary Tigers Announcer Ernie Harwell Has Inoperable Cancer

Jerry Remy Returns to Red Sox Booth

ASA Names Top 15 Women Sportscasters both Past and Present, Lesley Visser Voted No. 1

Jon Gruden in, Tony Kornheiser out on ESPN's "Monday Night Football"

ASA's Greg Lucas Reflects on Merle Harmon

NFL Announcer John Madden Retires

ASA Chairman Dick Enberg Brings His Play "McGuire" to N. Hollywood's El Portal Theatre

ASA's List of the Top 50 Sportscasters Creates Much Interest

ASA's Top 50 Sportscasters of All Time

Tony Kubek Wins Ford C. Frick Award

Bob Wolff Receives Curt Gowdy Media Award

Dan Patrick Joins NBC, Reunites with Keith Olbermann

ASA President Lou Schwartz Visits with Tommy Lasorda at Dodgertown

Houston Rockets Radio Man & ASA Member Jim Foley Recovering From Surgery

Dave Niehaus Wins 2008 Ford C. Frick Award

Dick Vitale Set to Return to ESPN for Duke-NC on Feb. 6

ESPN's Dick Vitale Has Throat Surgery

Jim Kaat Thinks Joe Torre, Dodgers Are Perfect Fit

ASA Member Milo Hamilton Recovering After Heart Attack

ABC's Robin Roberts Has Cancer

Dan Patrick to Leave ESPN After 18 Years on Air

ASA's Gary McKillips featured in ABC/ESPN's "Ruffian" to premiere June 9th


Phoenix Suns and KTAR Radio Announce Dedication of Al McCoy Media Center

ASA member Ron Jaworski to Replace Joe Theismann on "MNF"

Denny Matthews Wins Ford C. Frick Award

Jim Karvellas, Former New York Knicks Broadcaster, Dies

Bill Walton Named to the ASA's Board of Directors

Dick Enberg Inducted into Indiana University's Athletics Hall of Fame

Lesley Visser, Ian Eagle, Todd Ant and Bert Sugar Honored at Bill Gallo Dinner

Bill Raftery Wins Basketball Hall of Fame's Curt Gowdy Media Award

Gene Elston Receives Baseball Hall of Fame's Ford C. Frick Award

Lesley Visser to Receive Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Award

Big Ten Cuts Fox TV Deal

Book on Mel Allen: How About That!

Sportscaster Profile: Phil Rizzuto

Legendary Broadcaster and ASA Hall of Famer Keith Jackson to Retire

Gary McKillips, ASA Advisory Board Member, Chosen to Play Sportscaster Jack Whitaker in New ESPN Film, “Ruffian”

HBO's Collinsworth, Gumbel in NFL Booth

Colleges with most NBA Play-by-Play and Color Broadcasters

Tony Kubek, Peter DiMaggio and Lou Schwartz among those in attendance at Curt Gowdy Funeral

Curt Gowdy, Legendary Sportscaster & ASA Vice President, Dies

ESPN Announces New "MNF" Team; Breen to Call NBA Games

Bob Sheppard to Retire as New York Giants' Public Address Announcer

Dick Galiette, Voice of Yale Football, Dies

Bill King, Voice of the Oakland A's, Dies

Tom Cheek, Voice of the Toronto Blue Jays, Dies

Kenny Smith Headed to MSG Network

Chris Schenkel, Legendary Sportscaster and ASA Hall of Famer, Dies

Jerry Coleman Receives Ford C. Frick Award at the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies, July 31, 2005

Al Michaels to Stay on "Monday Night Football"

A Message from ASA President Lou Schwartz on the Passing of General William Westmoreland

General William Westmoreland, Friend of ASA, Dies

Hank Stram, Legendary NFL Coach and Sportscaster, Dies

John Madden Signs with NBC for "Sunday Night Football in 2006

The 26th Annual Sports Emmy Award Winners

'Countdown' to Berman - Chris Berman to Host "Monday Night Countdown" in 2006, by Andrew Marchand, NY Post

ESPN Grabs "Monday Night Football; NBC to Air Sunday Night Games, by Bob Raissman & Matt Marrone, NY Daily News

Bob Casey, Minnesota Twins Public Address Announcer, Dies

A Special Tribute: Lifetime Members of ASA

ASA Attends St. Jude's Charity Event in Washington, D.C.

Chuck Thompson, ASA Member and Voice of the Baltimore Orioles, Dies

Jerry Coleman, ASA Member, Named 2005 Ford C. Frick Award Recipient

Masao Hazama of Japan, First ASA International Hall of Fame Inductee, Revisited

Don Poier, ASA Member and Voice of the Memphis Grizzlies, Dies

ASA Members Harmon, Lucas and Ortegel Featured in Jerry Bruckheimer Film, "Glory Road

Dick Ebersol, NBC Sports Chairman, Survives Plane Crash

Lon Simmons Receives Ford C. Frick Award

Rush Limbaugh Resigns From ESPN

ASA President Lou Schwartz Attends Special Ceremony Honoring Former Vice President Dan Quayle at the Capitol in Washington

LeRoy Neiman, ASA Benefactor, Unveils New Sports Art Exhibit at Gallagher's

ASA President Lou Schwartz Addresses Chinese Sports Seminar in Beijing, China

Sports Emmy Award Winners 2002

Brown, Michaels, Morgan and Gray, 1999 ASA Sportscasters of the Year

ASA Sportsbeat, Sportscasting in the News

Rush Limbaugh Joins ESPN

Ray Scott Named to American Sportscasters Hall of Fame

Nantz, Miller, Morgan, Madden and Gray, 1998 ASA Sportscasters of the Year