Salt Lake Bees voice Steve Klauke has broadcast over 3,500 games for the organization. Originally moving to Utah as part of the Jazz broadcast, Klauke took over PxP with the city's baseball team when the Buzz moved to town from Portland.
Josh Suchon began his career with a decade of newspaper reporting and, at age 34, took the dive and headed into the world of play-by-play. He also made it quickly back to the Major Leagues working on the Dodgers Radio Network.
Gary Hahn is the 30-year voice of the NC State Wolfpack, but before that he was the voice of the Ohio State Buckeyes and worked on the Louisville and Alabama Networks ... oh, and he had a stint on national radio with NBC in New York. One of the giants of the collegiate space is this week's guest on PxPCast.
Andrew Allegretta is the newest voice to the FBS scene as the Voice of the Green Wave at Tulane. This week he joins the podcast to talk making the jump to being an FBS voice, why Tulane was the right fit and how he knew, what makes a perfect call, his influence from Bill Roth and more.
Courtney Lyle is one of the youngest full-time broadcasters on the ESPN roster, still not yet 30 years of age. The Tennessee grad got her start with the SEC Network and working local news before beginning to work her way up the ESPN ladder. Today we talk travel stories, cracking the network level, broadcasting on twitter and more. Follow Courtney @Sportney_Lyle.
Brett Dolan worked his way up in the broadcasting world through MiLB, eventually cracking the Majors with the Expos and Diamondbacks on a fill-in basis and then the Astros full-time. How did he make it to the majors? Well, we discuss the road this week and how you know you're ready to make that leap.
Well, I've got a soccer broadcast this weekend and it's my first in a decade. How did I prepare? I called one of the better soccer broadcasters right now in Jenn Hildreth and figured out exactly what I'm doing.
Want an idea of what to do when you're tackling a new sport to your repertoire? Want to know how to call soccer? This is the episode for you.
Jeff Munn is the voice of ... well ... a lot of things. A PA voice of the Olympics, Fiesta Bowl, World Series and more, Jeff has also called pxp in the NBA, MLB, Alliance of American Football and NCAA. He's also skilled at media relations and wears more hats than you could imagine. All of it provides an awesome perspective on this week's PxPCast.
Greg Wrubell has been around BYU athletics for almost all of his adult life ... and he truly is a standard when it comes to looking at what we do in this field as an art and a craft to be honed. We talk this week about his multi-faceted role at BYU, his prep, constant review and more.
This week on PxPCast we talk about the best ways to help make a television broadcast work as a PxP broadcaster....through the eyes of the other side. ESPN producer/director Dave Tasca sits down with Joel at the LLWS of Softball regionals and talks about his role and how a PxP guy fits into the puzzle of a TV broadcast.