• 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

  • 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,”

  • Are We Making It Harder On Ourselves?

    Are We Making It Harder On Ourselves?1

    Technology was created to make our lives simpler, however by trying to create something so simple we are starting to create more work and more demand on ourselves with little, none or even a negative return on the time/monetary investment. It’s great to have a method to keep all of the information you need at

  • Job Opening:  Indiana Pacers

    Job Opening: Indiana Pacers0

    There has been a lot of movement among P. A. announcers this summer, and with Michael Grady moving to Brooklyn to become an analyst for the Nets on YES Network, it means there is an opening for his old position in Indianapolis. For information on this job opening, click here. This position carries a little

  • Olivier Moves From Cavs to Nets

    Olivier Moves From Cavs to Nets0

    In the world of sports, it’s typically the athletes that move from one team to another, but as we near the start of the NBA season, there’s going to be new faces in new places, but not necessarily new names. NBA.com – Brooklyn Nets Name Olivier Sedra as Public Address Announcer Olivier Sedra, who has

  • Holy Toledo, Bellino Slips

    Holy Toledo, Bellino Slips0

    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 Twitter.  And it’s not a