More Sports Archive: July / August 2008
Media Guide: Cunningham Tree Has Strong Roots
Sports director Bruce Cunningham came to Fox 45 in April 1991, and since then he has nurtured and mentored a newsroom of broadcast professionals that have gone on to major success throughout the industry.
A Monumental Vision
It has been almost six years since the unveiling of Fred Kail’s 14-foot bronze statue of John Unitas in front of the main entrance to M&T Bank Stadium. Now he would like nothing more than to see the rest of his envisioned "Walkway of Legends" project completed.
Team Phelps-Hoff Ready in Beijing
Michael Phelps, Katie Hoff and U.S. assistant coach Yetter, also a Loyola Blakefield grad and the senior women's coach at NBAC, are in Beijing now with Phelps leading the charge.
Schroeder Rows into Second Olympic Games
Jamie Schroeder will compete in his second Olympics in Beijing this summer as a part of a four-man sculls team. After his Olympic quest is over, the 26-year-old will make his home in Baltimore.
Media Guide: Bisciotti Hits the Airwaves
Ravens majority owner Steve Bisciotti is not a regular on Baltimore radio, but he came across as charming and candid during a one-hour in-studio interview on the the Anita Marks Show.
Point of Order: Politics and the Olympics
Lately, however, Olympic sites like Athens, Sydney and Atlanta haven’t stirred up political protests. That changes this month withe the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing.
Point of Order: Athletes, Academics
Academics or athletics? Unfortunately -- and this is nothing new -- most major colleges and universities have chosen athletics.
Volleyball Champs Applaud Rash Field
The Toyota Pro Beach East Volleyball Tournament at Rash Field featured 15 men’s and eight women’s doubles teams in a fan-friendly setting.
Media Members Fail as Comedians
What is going on with the national sports media? It seems not a week goes by without some commentator inserting not one but both feet in his/her mouth.
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