• Mike Jameson Has Final Words at PBKC

    Mike Jameson Has Final Words at PBKC0

    Mike Jameson will have the final words on the mic tonight at Palm Beach Kennel Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, as the greyhound track goes dark to racing after today’s card.

  • Happy New Year To All and Be Safe!!!

    Happy New Year To All and Be Safe!!!0

    Stay safe, typically this time of year we are finishing a hockey tournament known as the Purple Puck, but with COVID-19 still an issue, teams and tournaments are taking a break. This is a good thing for all as we work to get the vaccine out and get back to something resembling normal. Please be

  • Keith Jones Steps Down at Parx Racing

    Keith Jones Steps Down at Parx Racing0

    Keith Jones, after over 70,000 races that began June 24 1985 is calling it a career after today’s races at Parx Racing in Pennsylvania where he has been calling races for 34 years the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Keith Jones retires as Parx Racing announcer after 34 years Calling a horse race takes quick identification and

  • Rege Schiebel Passes Away at 86

    Rege Schiebel Passes Away at 860

    Long time football announcer for Knoch High School, Rege Schiebel, died Sunday at Concordia Lutheran Ministries at the age of 86. The Winfield, Pennsylvania native was known as “Mr. Knoch” and the “voice of Friday nights” to his adoring fans for over 40 years. His teaching career began as a math teacher at the school

  • New Podcast Coming Soon

    New Podcast Coming Soon0

    With the recent success of podcasts such as Behind the Mic by Alex Staab, SportsAnnouncing.com has decided to jump into the podcast realm starting in 2021. It’s the first of many updates we are making to the site to help those who are getting into sports game production and one of its many categories. Guests

  • Joe Simons Retires

    Joe Simons Retires0

    Minnesota Public Address Announcer Joe Simons has retired after 37 years of announcing for Crosby-Ironton basketball the Brainerd Dispatch reports. The voice, who announced in two different home courts for both boys and girls basketball is 78 years old and feels that now is the time to call it a career. “I am stepping down,”