After covering hall of fame players and moments in 15 years and counting on ESPN Radio, “Mike & Mike” hosts Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg are joining a hall of fame of their own with the announcement that they will be inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
Premiering in 2000, “Mike & Mike” has covered the top sports news both on and off the field, becoming a nationally recognized brand. Their presence has gone beyond the radio room, appearing in movies like “Valentine’s Day” and “Just Wright” and serving as guest emcees at the White House’s Tee Ball on the South Lawn. They also wrote the book “Mike & Mike’s Rules for Sports and Life,” which made it on the New York Times Best Sellers list; they were also awarded a Sports Emmy for their animated comedy series “Off Mikes.”
Golic is a nine-year veteran of the NFL, playing for the Houston Oilers, Philadelphia Eagles and the Miami Dolphins. Greenberg joined ESPN in 1996 where he served as anchor for both ESPN News and the network’s signature program, “Sports Center.”
The pair joins a number of legendary sports broadcasters in the NAB Radio Broadcasting Hall of Fame, including Bob Uecker, Vin Scully, Jack Buck and Harry Caray.
NAB will officially induct its newest members into the NAB Radio Broadcasting Hall of Fame during the NAB Show Radio Luncheon on April 19. The NAB Show will take place April 16–21 in Las Vegas.