John Madden, Hall of Fame coach of the Oakland Raiders and the only man to serve as lead color analyst of NFL telecasts on all four of the major broadcast networks, has decided to retire from broadcasting, NBC Sports said Thursday.
John Madden, the burly former coach turned top TV analyst, used his blue-collar style and love for in-the-trenches football to endear himself to fans. His last telecast was the Super Bowl between Arizona and Pittsburgh.
The tumultuous events of the 1960s are responsible for the undercurrents in American politics today, said longtime NBC journalist Tom Brokaw, who was in Austin to speak at the University of Texas' LBJ Library on Monday evening.
April 13 (Bloomberg) -- NBCâ€™s Boston affiliate WHDH-TV will air Jay Leno â€™s new 10 p.m. weeknight talk show starting in September after first rebelling against the network by saying it planned to broadcast local news instead.
FRANKFORT - Names of famous deaf champions, such as Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin and best-selling author Connie Briscoe, are familiar to scores of fans worldwide. However, the successes they have celebrated in their fields may not have been poss...