Jim Nantz

NFL TV Networks View Philip Rivers As ‘Next Tony Romo’

NFL TV networks are eying loquacious Philip Rivers as the ‘next Tony Romo,’ said sources. Rivers could retire from the NFL after 17 seasons this year.

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Without Fans in Stands, Sports Missing Vital ‘Soundtrack’ This Year

Without fans in stands, sports is missing its natural soundtrack this year. TV pros discuss the challenge of calling games with no fans.

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Synonymous With The Masters, Jim Nantz Looks To Broadcast Many More

CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz says he wants to call well over 50 Masters Tournaments in his career.

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How Bryson DeChambeau Could Deliver Masters Moment For Ages

It could be one of CBS’ most epic Masters TV moments. Nick Faldo, Dottie Pepper answer whether DeChambeau could drive 445-yard, 1st hole.

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How Masters, CBS Will Avoid Sunday Conflict With NFL

CBS Sports will move up Sunday final round coverage of the 2020 Masters by three hours to avoid a conflict with its late afternoon NFL telecast. The coronavirus pandemic forced Augusta National Golf Club to move the Masters to November from its normal slot in April.

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ESPN To Show Protesting Players And Singing of Black National Anthem

ESPN is planning live coverage of player protests and singing of the Black national anthem during Week 1 of “Monday Night Football.”

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NFL TV Preview: ESPN Debuts New ‘Monday Night Football’ Crew

Networks collectively pay over $5 billion a year for rights to televise NFL games. Just days away from the 2020 NFL season, here is what ESPN, Fox Sports, CBS Sports, NBC Sports and NFL Network will look like this season.

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CBS Adding Drones and Fly Cams to PGA Championship Broadcast

While fans won’t be able to attend the 102nd PGA Championship in San Francisco the first weekend of August, broadcaster CBS will use technology to give those watching from home […]

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PGA Tour Returns To Television With New Broadcast Innovations

Golf is the most traditional major sport, and the PGA Tour is no different. But as live golf events begin to resume after being halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, […]

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NCAA’s Coronavirus Decision Looms Large For March Madness

As coronavirus spreads throughout the United States leading up to both college conference tournaments and the NCAA DI men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, so too does concern about hosting events […]

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