- n. One who reports sporting events on television or radio. (Primarily used in North American English.)
- n. A person who comments, presents, and reports sport events.
- n. an announcer who reads sports news or describes sporting events
- Blend of sports and broadcaster (Wiktionary)
“This television sportscaster is known for his enthusiastic, fast-talking style and strong, booming voice.”
“He is a smug political poseur, whose commentaries are factually vapid but filled with obtuse and flowery language, designed to obscure his insecurity about being known as a sportscaster who is pretending to know anything about history, politics, or policy.”
“After a grueling 12 weeks of competition, the Pussycat Dolls songbird and her pro partner Derek Hough bested figure skater Evan Lysacek and ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews with a eye-popping Argentine tango during the 10th season finale of the hit ABC ballroom series.”
“Knott, Rene: D.C. sportscaster who in 2000 was forced to do live reports from the Redskins Park parking lot while peers filmed inside the practice facility.”
“Playboy expressed interest in running naked pictures of the 32-year-old sportscaster, who was mocked by at least one NFL player and called "bootylicious" by Rush Limbaugh.”
“He's appeared on prime-time network television longer than any broadcaster in history, more than 2,200 hours, and is the only sportscaster ever to call a Super Bowl, a World Series and the NBA Finals and host the Stanley Cup Finals and the Olympics.”
“Heading into a runoff for a House seat: Tim D'Annunzio, a former paratrooper who hosted a "Machine Gun Social" fundraiser and promises a "war to the death" against "liberal leftist socialist Democrats," and retired TV sportscaster Harold Johnson.”
“But Charles, who joined CNN even before it went on-air in 1980 and became its most prominent sportscaster in his two decades there, won't take anything for granted.”
“Nowadays, one is immediately confronted by a fat sportscaster interviewing a monosyllabic athlete, hyperventilating political commentators, or advertisements for pickup trucks and hemorrhoid ointment.”
“A TV Guide poll in the 1970s found him to be simultaneously the most liked sportscaster and the most disliked.”
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