Since 1993, there has been a Steve Levy appearance as a SportsCenter anchor on ESPN, as well as host of “National Hockey Night,” the network’s NHL series. His previous work with the network included the network’s college football coverage for four seasons. In 1995, he did NHL regular-season and playoff games on ESPN2. Since 1998, Levy has worked on the NCAA Division I men’s hockey semifinals and finals for ESPN and ESPN2. The following year, he did play-by-play on ESPN2 college football telecasts. He also has co-hosted “The NFL on ESPN Radio.”
The first Steve Levy appearance on television was at WTOP-TV in 1983, working at the station even as an undergraduate. From 1992 to 1993, there was a Steve Levy appearance on WCBS-TV in New York as a sports anchor/reporter and host of “Sports Desk” on the Madison Square Garden Network.
There was also a Steve Levy appearance on radio as a weekend sports reporter and host of “The NFL In Action” and various call-in programs at WFAN-Radio in New York City. Levy was part of the hosting and productions of a pre-game show on the NHL Radio Network, and he hosted intermission updates for the New York Rangers’ and Knicks’ games and filled in as a host for “SportsNight” at WNBC-Radio. In 1987, Levy became a part-time reporter for a number of sports events at WABC-Radio. He also did play-by-play for Oswego State’s hockey team on WOCR-Radio.
Levy joined ABC Sports in January 2000 as a play-by-play commentator on the network’s NHL coverage.
**Steve Levy Speaker**
Steve Levy speaker appearances have become so prominent that, in 1997, Levy received the first-ever G.O.L.D Award from Oswego State, which honors an outstanding graduate of the last decade who has achieved prominence in his career.
**Steve Levy Appearance**
A Steve Levy appearance doesn’t only happen in the broadcast booth. Most recently, Levy has appeared in a print advertisement for Swiss watchmaker, Raymond Weil. He appeared as himself in a pair of 2005 films, covering the Boston Red Sox in spring training in Fever Pitch, and the Special Olympics in The Ringer.
**Steve Levy Endorsement**
Levy has significant NHL coverage, making a Steve Levy endorsement a great tool for establishing brand and name recognition. In fact, Levy is so well-known to NHL fans that his nickname is “Mr. Overtime,” in part because he has called the three longest televised games in NHL history, all of which have been playoff games.