• McClurg Flies High in San Diego

    McClurg Flies High in San Diego0

    My name is Callan McClurg (Cal-an Mc-Clerg), and nine times out of ten you’ll find me at the Valley View Casino Center or Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California currently serving as the Public Address announcer for both of PLNU’s soccer teams and the baseball team. I also hold the duties of play-by-play commentary for

  • Burgess Is A Real American

    Burgess Is A Real American0

    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 myself.  I’m Ryan, and you

  • My Day As A Bear

    My Day As A Bear0

    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; NHL games as a DJ

  • Making A Debut

    Making A Debut0

    Today is the day I make my American Hockey League debut for the Hershey Bears.  It won’t be the first time announcing in Giant Center, nor my first hockey game announced.  There’s been over a thousand of them for USA Hockey youth, USA Hockey junior, World Police & Fire Game, college club, adult hockey leagues,

  • Announcer Line-ups

    Announcer Line-ups0

    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 tracking the P. A. announcers

  • Job Opening:  Syracuse Crunch DJ

    Job Opening: Syracuse Crunch DJ0

    The Syracuse Crunch of the American Hockey League are looking for a new DJ for the upcoming season.  The best candidate would be someone around Syracuse as compensation is listed at just $50 per game. TheAHL.com:  Music Coordinator – Syracuse Crunch Hockey Club With the AHL season starting soon with exhibition games, act quickly.  The