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  • n. Plural form of sportscast.

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Examples

  • Truth be told, we've been fortunate in the nation's capital to have been informed and entertained by some of the country's finest on-air practitioners on the nightly sportscasts of all four local network owned or affiliated stations.

    Top 10: Washington sports broadcasters well worth the air time

  • A demanding taskmaster overseeing the largest TV sports staff in town, he peppered his six - and seven-minute long sportscasts with highlights from NASCAR, pro rasslin ', rodeo and Jack Russell terrier races and hosted a variety of Redskins-related studio shows, as well as the popular late-night "Sports Machine," a nationally syndicated highlight show that was a slickly produced precursor to ESPN's "SportsCenter."

    Top five local sports anchors since 1970

  • A demanding taskmaster overseeing the largest TV sports staff in town, he peppered his six - and seven-minute long sportscasts with highlights from NASCAR, pro rasslin ', rodeo and Jack Russell terrier races and hosted a variety of Redskins-related studio shows, as well as the popular late-night "Sports Machine," a nationally syndicated sports highlight show that was a slickly produced precursor to ESPN's "SportsCenter."

    Top 10: Washington sports broadcasters well worth the air time

  • Fans nationwide with no dog in the fight still remained glued to their late-night sportscasts to watch New York-Indianapolis highlights and see celebrities such as Mr. Lee, Woody Allen, Jerry Seinfeld, Alec Baldwin, Mel Gibson and others root from courtside.

    Reggie Miller, Verbal Warrior

  • And wouldn't you know it, the New York CBS affiliate had a young weekend sportscaster who got to deliver the happy post game show in New York, and then the 6 & 11pm sportscasts.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • After a summer of watching Shanahan sound bites on local sportscasts and reading transcripts of his news conferences after games and practices, he's definitely a close-to-the-vest guy who watches every word, often communicates in classic, clichéd coach-speak and very rarely lets his guard down.

    'Mike Shanahan Show' offers little to entertain Washington Redskins fans

  • Even sportscasts have stopped showing the loon who runs onto the field, realizing that getting on TV only encourages the next one.

    Robert J. Elisberg: At Least Dick Cheney Has Credentials

  • Gladwell started with the story of how broadcasting pioneer David Sarnoffs airing of one of the first major radio sportscasts, a 1921 prize fight, showed the world that this new technology, radio, had the potential to be used in innovative ways by delivering something other than just news.

    Your Call Is (Not That) Important to Us

  • He lost sponsorship on many of the radio stations that had used his sportscasts.

    Space Ships of the Visitors

  • We're using some techniques that you use in sportscasts -- what we want to do is to make a trial more interesting and more understandable than it would be if you were sitting there in the courtroom.

    Happy Talk: Confessions of a TV Newsman

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