Chuck Kaiton called the final game for the Hartford Whalers and ushered in a new era with the Carolina Hurricanes. A stickler for pronunciation, Kaiton is also the man who helps decide the Hall of Fame broadcasters in the NHL. So who made the call to him when he was inducted into the HOF? He talks about that, the emotions he went through during the final game with the Whalers and what it was like to call a Stanley Cup winning moment. You can now find the podcast at ESPN1500.com, subscribe via iTunes, follow us on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV and on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheVoiceBehindTheVoice.
Cory Provus has worked with some of the best and brightest in the world of broadcasting. From Ron Santo to Bob Uecker he's learned from men with an amazing sense of humor and the ability to weave a story into their broadcast. Provus discusses his Chicago Cub fandom, having dinner with Uecker and some of his favorite wrestlers. Also, a big moment for the podcast as we've joined the 1500 ESPN podcast family. You can now find us at 1500ESPN.com and very soon on Podcast One (PodcastOne.com). You can continue following us on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV and on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheVoiceBehindtheVoice.
Brian Jeffries is a one man band when it comes to the University of Arizona. Having one of the pre-eminent jobs with the Arizona Men's Basketball team isn't enough for this versatile broadcaster. He also does Arizona football and baseball. Brian discusses what it's like when he has to go from a pre-season basketball tournament in Hawaii to a football game on the mainland. He discusses who he believes are the five best basketball players at Arizona, what it's like to sit down and talk with coach Lute Olson and if he has any of the same musical tastes as former Arizona great Luke Walton's Dad.
Randy Hahn is more than just the TV broadcaster for the San Jose Sharks. He was instrumental in getting the franchise to San Jose and turned that hard work into a full-time gig as their TV voice. He discusses what it took to bring the franchise to Northern California, what it's like to be the voice on a video game and how he landed a role in an Academy Award Winning film. Don't forget to follow us on twitter at @TheVoiceBTV and on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheVoiceBehindtheVoice. Also, please subscribe via iTunes.
After 22 years of broadcasting minor league baseball, 19 withthe New York Yankees Triple-A affiliate in Columbus, Terry Smithmade his Major League debut in 2002 with the Angels. Perhapshe brought them good luck as the Angels won their only World Seriestitle that year. Terry discusses how Rex Hudler helped himland the Angels job, the importance of family and what it was liketo have his broadcast partner, Rory Markas, pass away. Thisis one of the more emotional and rawest Voice Behind the Voiceepisodes yet. Follow us on Twitter at @thevoicebtv or onFacebook at Facebook.com/TheVoiceBehindtheVoice.