The Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame inducted the Class of 2012 at an unforgettable ceremony on Dec. 11 at the New York Hilton Hotel. The Hall of Fame’s sixth class of inductees is made up of ESPN executive chairman George Bodenheimer, audio pioneer Ray Dolby, famed NFL commentator Frank Gifford, CBS and Fox Sports production visionary executive Ed Goren, trailblazing NBC cameraman Cory Leible, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, former NBC operations and engineering guru Jack Weir, and iconic broadcaster Jack Whitaker.
The Hall of Famers
Discover the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame Inductees. League and network management, on-air talent, directors, producers, technologists, and operations; every one, an industry legend. Here, all are recognized for their lasting contributions to the sports-broadcasting industry.
The Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame Ceremony is held each December in New York City, celebrating the industry legends that have made the sports-broadcasting industry the powerhouse that it is today. Join the celebration by watching and reliving past ceremonies.
The Sports Broadcasting Fund
The Sports Broadcasting Fund, established in 2012 by the Sports Video Group, is designed to offer financial support for industry professionals and their families who find themselves facing financial difficulty due to calamity or natural disaster, illness, injury, or loss of life.