Talk Show Host Rush Limbaugh made national headlines when he quit his ESPN job after a controversial comment he made about an African-American football player on the eve of keynoting the NAB Radio Show in that city. During his keynote, his first public appearance after the incident, he referred to the controversy as “the ESPN thing.” Extra police were called in during that particular session as the story made national headlines.
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image caption: Maverick Turner – Broadcast Audio Engineer; 2013 GRAS graduate; currently working for ESPN as an A1 Audio Operator. Gilbert, Ariz., Sept. 24,...
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image caption: Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame member and FOX Sports senior mixer and consultant Fred Aldous assisting Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences...