TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 566.3: Tribute to John Madden with guest Steve Beverly is available for listening on demand as a free podcast

How John Madden Left His Mark on the NFL
Original Airdates: Jan. 28-30, 2022
TVC 566.3: Retired television journalist and sports announcer Steve Beverly joins Ed for a look back at the broadcast career of John Madden, the legendary Super Bowl-winning and NFL Hall of Fame coach of the Oakland Raiders who also enjoyed an extraordinarily successful career on television as an NFL game analyst and commentator, including seventeen Emmy Awards. John Madden passed away Tuesday, Dec. 28 at age eighty-five. Besides his extensive background as a TV news professional, Steve did play-by-play for men’s and women’s college basketball on television for twenty-five years, including thirteen years on a national level.

How John Madden Changed Sports Broadcasting
Original Airdates: Jan. 28-30, 2022
TVC 566.4: Steve Beverly and Ed continue their look at John Madden’s legacy as a sports broadcaster, including how Madden prepared for each NFL game telecast almost as if he were coaching; his on-air partnership with Pat Summerall, which spanned two networks and more than two decades; Madden’s career in radio, which began with San Francisco disc jockey Gene Nelson; and his masterful use of such technology as the telestrator. John Madden passed away Tuesday, Dec. 28 at age eighty-five. Also in this segment: A look at what’s on tap on Steve Beverly’s TV Classics, the weekly TCM-like look at classic television that Steve hosts every week on

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