The first Ted Robinson appearance in broadcasting took place in college, where he worked at the college radio station with Charlie Weis, current Notre Dame football head coach. From there, Robinson went on to broadcast several sports games and tournaments.
For the past 19 years, Robinson has been the main voice for the USA Network’s coverage of Grand Slam tennis, calling both the French and US Opens. Robinson serves as the lead announcer of NBC’s coverage of the French Open and The Championships, Wimbledon.
For baseball, Robinson spent nine seasons as a radio and TV announcer for the San Francisco Giants, six seasons for the Minnesota Twins, four seasons for the New York Mets, and three seasons for the Oakland Athletics. He also worked as an announcer for The Baseball Network for two years, and for NBC Sports’ Major League Baseball’s Game of the Week for four years. In addition, he was the play-by-play voice for CBS Radio’s Baseball Game of the Week and called postseason baseball for TBS and the American League Division Series between the Los Angeles Angels and Boston Red Sox.
Besides tennis and baseball, there was also a Ted Robinson appearance calling games for college basketball on CBS TV and radio. Robinson has announced for swimming events on NBC, as well as called games for the NFL for Westwood One/CBS Radio Network. He has even called boxing matches, PGA Tour tournaments, games for World Football League, and even the Olympics.
Ted Robinson Speaker
Aside from his experience in TV and radio, a Ted Robinson speaker appearance can also have the broadcaster discuss his experiences as a contributor to MSNBC.com, as well as a baseball-themed blog called “At Bat.”
Ted Robinson Appearance
A Ted Robinson appearance can also be noticed in the movie “A Few Good Men” as an announcer in a Minnesota Twins game being watched by Tom Cruise’s character.
Ted Robinson Endorsement
With his highly recognizable voice, a Ted Robinson endorsement might be just what your company needs to become memorable in the minds of consumers and your customers.
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