Sports Media

Buzz Bissinger

As a winner of such prestigious awards as the Pulitzer Prize, the Livingston Award, and the National Headliners Award among others, H.G. “Buzz” Bissinger is one of the nation’s most honored and distinguished writers. A native of New York City, he has been a Philadelphia resident for over forty years as well as a prominent… Read more »

Frank Dolson

For forty-one years and three months, to be precise, Frank Dolson was a celebrated sportswriter and columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer . During his four decades of doing what he loved best, experiencing and reporting the world of sports, Dolson saw a number of managers and coaches come and go. “I’ve covered 16 Phillies managers,… Read more »

Mel Greenberg

Mel Greenberg is a January, 1965, graduate of Northeast High who grew up in that section of the city and still resides there. He has been on the staff of The Philadelphia Inquirer for 35 years and is best known for his national and local coverage of women’s basketball. Using knowledgeable coaches of the day,… Read more »

Stan Hochman

Stan Hochman has been chronicling the Philadelphia sports scene in print, television and radio for six decades. As a columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News since 1965, the Brooklyn native has provided readers and sports fans with his perceptive insights into all fields of sports and the men and women who play them. He joined… Read more »

Phil Jasner

Well-known, long-time Philadelphia Daily News sports writer Phil Jasner is a worthy addition to the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Mr. Jasner has covered the Philadelphia 76ers for 30 seasons. In 2004, he was honored by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame with the Curt Gowdy Award for excellence in print journalism. He… Read more »

Andrea Kremer

Philadelphia native Andrea Kremer has been described as the number one TV interviewer covering the National Football League today. Currently, she is the sideline and feature reporter for NBC’s top rated program, Sunday Night Football. In 2009, she was the sideline reporter for the Super Bowl. Both TV Guide and the L.A. Times have called… Read more »

Franz Lidz

Franz Lidz is a prominent journalist who spent 27 years as a senior writer at Sports Illustrated. He is a contributing editor for Smithsonian, a correspondent for Slate, The Wall Street Journal, GQ, The Village Voice, NY Observer, Golf and Men’s Journal, and, since 1982, has written for The New York Times on travel, TV,… Read more »

Glen Macnow

For three decades, Glen Macnow has been an influential voice in Philadelphia sports, through newspapers, talk radio, television and books. As a fixture on WIP, a hard-nosed reporter and author of regional best-sellers, Macnow has been an integral observer of this city’s unique sports scene. He also hosts the Philadelphia Eagles official radio pre-game show,… Read more »

Al Meltzer

When you think of television sports commentary and play-by-play in Philadelphia, the first name that comes to mind is Al Meltzer. “Big Al” has spent most of his more than 50-year television career in Philadelphia. A nine-time Emmy Award winner, Meltzer come to Philadelphia from his native Syracuse, NY, to join WPHL-TV in 1966 as… Read more »

Marc Rayfield

Marc Rayfield’s story is one of a local boy who made good…very good. Born in Northeast Philadelphia, he graduated with a degree in Journalism from Temple and a Master’s in Organizational Management from the University of Pennsylvania. This strong educational background led to his present position as Senior Vice President and Market Manager of CBS,… Read more »