• Lincolnton, NC P. A. Announcer Passes Away

    Lincolnton, NC P. A. Announcer Passes Away0

    Max Garner, who spent 37 seasons as Public Address announcer for Lincolnton High School in western North Carolina passed away on Thursday at the age of 76.  He had been announcing all the way up to his passing, serving as the school’s baseball and football voice all the way up through last season. Lincoln Times-News:

  • Molly Haynes, NCAA Women’s Basketball Announcer

    Molly Haynes, NCAA Women’s Basketball Announcer1

    Molly Haynes has lent her voice to some of the biggest women’s college basketball games in recent history as the voice of the NCAA Division-I Women’s Basketball Final Four for the last two years. Her high-energy and enthusiasm are what drew the NCAA to her.  The Lancaster Eagle-Gazette recently posted a story about her, a

  • From Globetrotters to Horse Racing0

    The transition from one sport to another can typically be seen as simple, a lot of sports are similar but nobody has ever said that about basketball and horse racing. But that’s where Chris Griffin is going after spending five years as the voice of the Harlem Globetrotters, he’ll become the “Voice of the Humboldt

  • Larry Collmus Gives A Tour of Saratoga

    Larry Collmus Gives A Tour of Saratoga0

    He became the first announcer in 37 years to call a Triple Crown in horse racing, and he’s also Saratoga’s track announcer, Larry Collmus gives the Albany Business Review an inside look of his perch at one of the most famous tracks in the sport. Albany Business Review: What Larry Collmus sees from the Saratoga

  • What Is Your Twitter Account?

    What Is Your Twitter Account?1

    In an effort to reach out to fellow P. A. announcers, we’ve taken the time to follow those on Twitter who are P. A. announcers, along with sports DJs. You can follow us on Twitter at @SportsAnnouncin (Twitter won’t let us put on the ‘g’!). To help make SportsAnnouncing.com a resource for game operations professionals,

  • Larry Collmus Is Now Part of History

    Larry Collmus Is Now Part of History0

    Last Saturday, American Pharoah, became the first horse in nearly 40 years to win horse racing’s Triple Crown by taking the final leg at the Belmont Stakes in New York.  It’s something that’s been tempted a few times, but something always happened, until American Pharoah pulled away from the pack and stayed there on a