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Holy Toledo, Bellino Slips

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As most hockey P. A. announcers will tell you, dress shoes on ice are a bad idea.  Anthony Bellino, the voice of the Toledo Walleye in the ECHL will tell you the same thing, but now speaks a little more emphatically after a slight slip turned into a troll-fest on[…]

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Burgess Is A Real American

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Ryan Burgess is a P. A. announcer in western New York and this past hockey pre-season, he was given a great opportunity to announce an exhibition game for the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League.  His story about that game is below. I suppose I should start by introducing[…]

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My Day As A Bear

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In over 25 years of P. A. announcing, I’d announced over 1,000 hockey games but had never announced a professional hockey game.  Minor League Baseball, yes, I spent nine years there; semi pro sports a few times; college athletics at the National Championship level, D-I, D-II, D-III schools, and more;[…]

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Announcer Line-ups

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We’ve begun posting the daily P. A. announcer line-ups on Twitter.  Find them by following us @SportsAnnouncin.  You can also see the tweets at the bottom of the home page on our Twitter feed.  We’re also working on posting the line-ups daily on the website as well.  So far, we’re[…]

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The Hershey Audition Model

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There have been many P. A. announcing jobs posted on this website that have sent people into the audition process.  It’s our goal to help those looking to further their P. A. career with the proper tools to do so, while also helping those who are looking for the right[…]

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