We do not know why we are so lucky, but we won't start asking questions now. The great Johnny Holliday is joining us for this week's episode. #35 the Lonny Baxter episode. As you can imagine we talk all things Terps, including what their chances moving into tournament season and how Football will look in the fall. Ray swings by on the one year anniversary of COVID-19 shutdown and is happy that the American Relief and Recovery act finally passed both houses; and is on Biden's desk for a signature. This bill will directly give funds to municipalities like Cumberland, to help start the process of recovery. Allegany County Vaccine Roll out is slow but is still reaching the goal of "Getting Shots in Arms" and hopefully helping us see a little light at the end of a very long tunnel.
The Steelers lost! Hooray! The Steelers lost! But...they lost to the most detestable franchise in American sports, so...it's still cool, I guess? Also-who do you think the biggest threat to the Chiefs repeating is and why? We discussed that throughout today's show. Late in Hour 1, former Ravens/NFL wide receiver now Fox Sports analyst TJ Houshmandzadeh joined us to discuss the Ravens' offensive struggles and his new Fox Sports Radio show "Up On Game." Early in Hour 2, Drew Forrester (DrewsMorningDish.com) joined us to discuss who the biggest threat to the Chiefs might be, the Ravens' potential need to win out and the final week of our coats/clothes drive for Helping Up Mission. And at the bottom of Hour 2, we caught up with the great Johnny Holliday to discuss the death of legendary Maryland QB Jack Scarbath (Poly) as well as some Terps football and Terps hoops.
Joining PJ and Joe this week is legendary sportscaster and voice of the Maryland Terrapins, Johnny Holliday. Johnny and the guys discuss the BIG 10's decision to restart the football season, expectations for Maryland basketball this season, and how Johnny's broadcasting career began as a prank. PJ and Joe also discuss Bryson Dechambeau's impressive U.S. Open victory, whether or not the Nuggets and Celtics can come back in their respective series, and if the Lightning can be stopped. The guys look a head to a loaded Week 3 NFL schedule and welcome back the SEC. They give out their best football bets of the week and end, as always, with some trivia.
Zach chats with Johhny Holliday, DC sportscasting legend as well as the voice of the Maryland Terrapins for over 40 years about all things #Nationals and their early-season struggles, the #Orioles hot start, the postponement of #bigtenfootball and what that means for the Terps, the outlook for the Terps basketball team with a new-look roster, Alex Smith's triumphant return for the Washington Football Team, and more. Donate to Feeding America Follow Upon Further Review on Instagram and Twitter Subscribe on YouTube
We spend Happy Hour with broadcasting legend Johnny Holliday today. He talks about getting a World Series ring and looks back on his dominate charity basketball teams he put together. Plus, we look at the NFL cutting the preseason back to two games.
On this episode,Steel City Nation podcast Mark Maradei speaks with Matt Noble.Noble is a Silver Spring, MD native and is currently the PA announcer for University of Maryland football, men's basketball and baseball games. He is also the radio play-by-play announcer for the women's basketball team and fills-in for Hall of Fame broadcaster Johnny Holliday on select football and men's basketball games as well as occasionally substituting for Holliday on the weekly football coach's radio show. We discuss his career in the world of sports and his long term involvement with the University of Maryland athletics. Matt also gives his outlook on a possible professional baseball 2020 season. He also will help with Decade Definers by giving his five most influential athletes to wear a Maryland Terrapin uniform. You can follow Matt on Twitter @Radionoble You can also listen to Maryland games on the Tune In app (the free version). The flagship stations for the Maryland Sports Radio Network are 105.7 FM and 1300 AM in Baltimore and on The Team 980 in Washington, DC. =========================== CONNECT WITH US =========================== Check out our websites which includes our store and much more: https://www.steelcitynation2020.com/Like our Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/IronCitybuilt/Join the conversation on Twitter https://twitter.com/vander_guyFollow us on Instagram pics https://www.instagram.com/steelcitynationpodcast/Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVZuudj681oIAbnscyHBa0g?view_as=subscriber =========================== Feel free to let us know if you have any comments or questions By emailing us at: email@example.com Intro and outro music provided by podcast guest Ryan Benton
On this #WouldYouRatherWednesday (Glory Days Grill) Glenn Clark Radio, Glenn and Kyle Ottenheimer discussed baseball, basketball and more. At 10:30, Baltimore Sun high school sports reporter and friend of the show Kyle Andrews. At 10:50, broadcasting icon and Terps radio play-by-play voice Johnny Holliday talked about Wes Unseld, Len Bias and more. At 11:20, former Orioles pitcher and current ESPN SEC color analyst Ben McDonald talked about what he's seen from Vanderbilt top prospect Austin Martin and more. At 11:40, former Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo discussed the protests throughout America due to police brutality.
Paul Mittermeier is here, we're talking Ed Block Courage Awards, the disappointing end to the Ravens' season, whether they should throw the bank at Matt Judon, UMBC basketball and more in Hour 1. In Hour 2-the return of #DefinitivePowerRankings, this time in honor of Paul being a PBP guy and before Joe Buck calls the Super Bowl we go with "National Play-by-Play Voices." Shortly into Hour 2, legendary Maryland play by play voice Johnny Holliday joined us to discuss the Terps' red hot play of late-including Jalen Smith's dominance and his memories of Morgan Wootten.
Guests: The one and only Johnny Holliday (Maryland football and basketball play-by-play announcer) returns to talk about the Terps visit tonight to the Bryce Jordan Center to take on the Nittany Lions in early season Big Ten Conference play! Plus, Penn State football writer Donnie Collins (Scranton Times-Tribune) looks back on the Nittany Lions regular season, reaction on the Cotton Bowl bid and how the College Football Playoff fell into place.
Guests: Paul Alexander (AT&T Sportsnet/Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan, Pittsburgh) is back on the show with Steve to discuss the Steelers, winners of seven of their last eight games. Also, the one and only Johnny Holliday (Maryland football and basketball play-by-play announcer) returns to talk about the Terps visit on Tuesday night to the Bryce Jordan Center to take on the Nittany Lions in early season Big Ten Conference play!
An incredibly special version of GCR as the one and only Johnny Holliday joined us in the Live! Casino Hotel studio for the entirety of the show to discuss his career and incredible life in general. We also had a number of special guests-including Hall of Famer Rick Barry (Johnny's best friend for years) in Hour plus former Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams and former Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen in Hour 2. There were stories told-it was a wonderful day.
Hosted by long time radio reporter, anchor, editor, producer, director, and host, Larry Matthews, "Matthews and Friends" brings you the best interviews with guests from whom you want to hear! Join Larry today to hear his work with broadcast legend Johnny Holliday, Hall of Fame rock and roll disc jockey and revered sportscaster; Poet Sharon Clarkson; and Jud Ashman, Mayor of Gaithersburg, Md., will talk about theGaithersburg Book Festival, one of the premier literary events in the Mid Atlantic region. "Matthews and Friends" can be heard at 8:00 am, EST, seven days a week on Impact Radio USA!
The longtime voice of University of Maryland basketball and football, Johnny Holliday, is this week’s guest on MoCo’s Most Famous. Holliday talks about the Terps’ chances in the NCAA Tournament, living in the same house in Montgomery County for almost 50 years and what he likes and doesn’t like about basketball today. Available Now on MyMCMedia, Overcast, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RadioPublic, Spotify and Stitcher, Facebook, Pocketcasts and Twitter.
Good morning! Today on The Bat Around, Craig Heist is back while Stan Charles is soaking up the sun in Sarasota. Starting off the show at 101:10 will be the voice of the Maryland Terrapins and former host of Nats Extra pre and post game show on MASN, Johnny Holliday. Next, Dan Connolly with The Athletic at 10:30, followed by Stan "The Fan" Charles from pressboxonline.com at 11:05. Bill Ladson with MLB.com joins at 11:20. Lastly, columnist for MLB.com, Richard Justice at 11:35.
Guests: Steelers writer Joe Rutter (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) checks in from on the road to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Then, we wrap up the show with legendary Maryland basketball play-by-play announcer Johnny Holliday as he joins Steve prior to the Terrapins Big Ten Conference matchup Wednesday night against Penn State at the Bryce Jordan Center.
Busy Monday edition of GCR-the Orioles started Spring Training and Chris Davis struck out twice, so, they've got that going for them? Maryland hung on to beat Ohio State-that's a good thing. Is it time to stop worrying about what happened in previous years and fully committing to belief in this year's team? We discussed that with Dan Dakich at the bottom of Hour 1-he was on the call for Saturday's win for ESPN-we also discussed Jalen Smith's play, the turnover issues and the Zion Williamson debate. At the top of Hour 2, our friend Glenn Younes joined us to talk Terps, Manny Machado, Tavon Young and much more. At the bottom of Hour 2, the legendary Johnny Holliday checked in after Maryland honored him for his 40 years as their PBP voice this weekend. And we wrapped the show by chatting with NFL Draft hopeful/UConn QB David Pindell (Oakland Mills) about playing for Randy Edsall, potential willingness to switch positions, the late Larry Aaron and more.
Bob Milkovich on the good fortune to have have worked for top-notch "Flagship" companies~ "I consider myself incredibly fortunate to have come here and worked and met people like you, and Ernie Fears, and Tony Renaud at WMAL. And then I went to work for Oliver Carr Company. And then I was able to go and work for Goldman Sachs. Then from that I went to First Potomac Realty Trust and now I'm with Rand* Construction and Linda Rabbitt." Bob Milkovich, CEO of Rand* Construction in-studio interview Andy Ockershausen: This is Andy Ockershausen, this is Our Town, and this is sort of like nostalgia day for me and for Janice and for Ken, because, one of our great, great, I mean that, great, great friends, from the early days of the success of the greatest radio station in the world was a man named, a young man named Bob Milkovich, who I had heard of and discovered when he was a quarterback for the University of Maryland. Len Klompus told me about him. At the same time he had us hire Ken, not Ken, Ken Beatrice. He came down from Boston, and Bob Milkovich, welcome to Our Town. Bob Milkovich: Well, thank you Andy. Thank you Janice. It's so good to be here and I feel so welcomed. I'm back in a place that I called home back in the early '80s when I first came here as a college intern. And I- Andy Ockershausen: From the University of Maryland. From the University of Maryland to WMAL Bob Milkovich: University of Maryland. I actually was introduced to the station by Johnny Holliday so there's a, you know, a- Andy Ockershausen: We're all in this thing together. Before that there was ... What's his name from University of Maryland? Janice: Tim Brant? Andy Ockershausen: Timmy. Tim came here but the athletic director- Bob Milkovich: Russ Potts was a big promotion guy. Andy Ockershausen: Russ Potts. He was a promoter wasn't he? Bob Milkovich: Russ Potts. Andy Ockershausen: Oh my God. Bob Milkovich: He was a big promoter and, you know, he always had promotional campaigns well ahead of his time. Some of the people we were talking about earlier, Andy. Andy Ockershausen: Oh my God. Bob Milkovich: Everybody was kind of ahead of their time. Andy Ockershausen: I kept asking how he got to be an athletic director but Dick Dull, all those people were friends of ours, Bob. But Milkovich is here that's because we're so excited, he has become and just been named the President of the Rand* Company, which for Washingtonians, that those of us that know about it, is great, great position, and great for Bob Milkovich to run this company. Bob Milkovich - New Position as CEO of Rand* Construction Bob Milkovich: Yes. Thank you, Andy. I'm honored. Linda Rabbitt- Andy Ockershausen: She's a wonderful, wonderful woman, Bob. Linda Rabbitt, Chairman of Rand* Construction Bob Milkovich: She is and I enjoy working with her, and she is so talented, and her community involvement is above everybody's standard. Andy Ockershausen: I started with Linda ... She went to college with some friends of mine that went to University of Michigan and they were all in the same sorority. So I go back to her with the early '80s. About your time as a matter of fact, when she worked for Steve Harlan. She was Steve's assistant well before she got into the building trades. But Linda is a magnificent example of a female that really made it big. And she was doing it back in the early '80s when not many other females were doing what she was doing. Bob Milkovich: That's right. That's right. And, you know, back at- Andy Ockershausen: Starting her own company, Bob. Bob Milkovich: She did, and after I left radio I actually went to work with the Oliver Carr Company which I'm sure you know Oliver well. Andy Ockershausen: Oliver T. Bob Milkovich: Oliver T. Yeah, he's very civic-minded and quite a visionary. Andy Ockershausen: Ollie, great guy. Bob Milkovich: And, you know, interestingly enough, the intersection of all of us. Linda, actually,
Steven Portnoy, CBS News Correspondent covering the White House, on WMAL's influence in Our Town while under host Andy O's direction~ "But it speaks to the influence that the radio station had in this marketplace. I mean this radio station was listened to inside the White House. Harden and Weaver were part of, I’m sure, Ronald Reagan’s morning." Steven Portnoy - CBS News Correspondent and host Andy Ockershausen in studio interview Andy Ockershausen: This is Andy Ockershausen. This is Our Town and I've been ordered to do a great intro for this man, but he doesn't need a great intro because he's a great broadcaster and a great radio guy and I'm so delighted that one of the WMAL graduates has made it big, big, big time is Steven Portnoy of ABC. That's the American Broadcasting Company, which is now Disney. Welcome to Our Town, Steve. Steven Portnoy: Thank you sir. It's good to be with you. I should amend that. I was with ABC for many years and now I'm with CBS. Andy Ockershausen: What? Steven Portnoy: So now I've worked for two networks. Andy Ockershausen: You dumped our network? We're still ABC people here. I don't know why, but we are. We go along with the flow of course, but Steven, you've had a great, great career both, while you were here and why you left here and now you're with CBS. But you can look back and think of the great days of WMAL because you were at the tail end of it, but you were here never the less. Steven Portnoy's Connection to WMAL and Other WMAL Alumni Steven Portnoy: Well, I feel like I was saying earlier to the lovely Janice here. I feel like I've come back to college because I spent my formative years in our business right here in these studios here at WMAL Radio. Actually, talking through these same Sennheiser microphones. But I was here for about three and a half years for WMAL Radio news department and then, made the move to ABC network news and was on this radio station still for another 11 years or so. So I have a pretty long connection with this station, and it is- Andy Ockershausen: You moved down to downtown with another WMAL graduate in charge of news. Janice Iacona Ockershausen: Robin Vierbuchen Sproul Andy Ockershausen: Robin Vierbuchen Sproul started right here in that news room right behind you. Steven Portnoy: Robin Vierbuchen Sproul. Charles Gibson also another- Andy Ockershausen: Oh yeah, Charlie. Steven Portnoy: ... very famous voice who rose through the ranks from WMAL to ABC News. Andy Ockershausen: Let me tell you how important I was. I'll fly in a red eye from Los Angeles and I needed somebody to give me a ride and pick me up. So the news director sent Charlie Gibson. Giving me a ride from the airport. He never forgot it. He loved it. He talks about it now and he remembers the good old days. People love to help each other. Steven Portnoy: Sure. Well, I mean, very famous names have passed through these halls. I mean, we can talk about the legends of WMAL radio. We just lost one, Bill Mayhugh in the last couple of weeks. Andy Ockershausen: I know, so sad. But Bill hadn't been well for a while and Shirley had died before him. But we were just talking with the chief of police at Montgomery County about Johnny Holliday. Another one of our guys out of this studio and working with Janice in the morning. They're still around, thank God. Steven Portnoy: Well, Harden and Weaver. We had Trumbull and Core. Big names. Janice mentioned that I came in sort of at the tail end of that epic era of WMAL Radio. Andy Ockershausen: Era, right. Portnoy Begins His Career at WMAL at the Tail End of Station's Epic Era | From General Mass Appeal to Narrow Interest Level Steven Portnoy: When I first joined,
Hosted by long time radio reporter, anchor, editor, producer, director, and host, Larry Matthews, "Matthews and Friends" brings you the best interviews with guests from whom you want to hear! Join Larry today to hear his work with Johnny Holliday, at one time America's #1 DJ; author/publisher, Austin Camacho; and Larry's son, Dan, as they will discuss how Millenials view the state of America. "Matthews and Friends" can be heard at 8:00 am, EDT, seven days a week on Impact Radio USA!
AMAZING Jazz musician and performer Johnny Holliday @johnnyhollidayentertainment serenades audiences with his unique renditions of popular songs and original music. I witnessed his art form when my wife surprised me with a private session for my birthday last year. My love for jazz and live music awakened every sensory within my being. Johnny is often found performing in concerts, festivals and on televised shows as well as for Military Dignitaries and Ambassador’s from Foreign Countries. Some of his previous performances also include opening for Dignitaries and Major artists such as the United Stated Presidency, Al Jarreau, Lauryn Hill, Lalah Hathaway Johnny Gill, Bobby Brown, Acoustic Alchemy, Bob Hope and many more. This Podcast welcomes another part of his life that is heart warming and only begins to touch the surface of how much of an amazing father and husband he is.The temptations of the music industry and the realness of the his military lifestyle join me on todays show. Check him out www.johnnyholliday.com
1) View From Section 17: Is Maryland for real? 2) Visitors Segment: Maryland Hall of Fame radio voice Johnny Holliday says this is the most talented Terps team since the Bobby Ross days in the 80's 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and game day facts Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) View From Section 17: Can we get a W on the road? 2) Game Day: Teddy Greenstein from The Chicago Tribune doesn't hold out much hope for a Wildcat upset on Saturday. He joins me on today's show 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and game day facts Website: www.maizenbrew.com Email: email@example.com Next week we're back home for Maryland. On Tuesday's show my guest will be beat writer Cody Stavenhagen from The Athletic Detroit. Thursday it's a return visit from the voice of the Terps, radio Hall Of Fame voice Johnny Holliday
Penn State had a very successful National Letters of Intent Day. Nittany Lions writer Andrew Callahan (Lions 24/7) hits a few highlights plus gives us a preview of tonight’s Penn State/Maryland basketball matchup in the BJC.
John Holaday on a new product that will make it possible to dispose of unused prescription drugs in a safe, convenient and effective way, that prevents their misuse for addiction, and that also prevents their pollution of the environment ~ "So. . .when you get a prescription for an opioid, it comes with a little packet. Same size as the one for the flowers. So, when you're through with the drug, instead of flushing them, which contaminates the environment, or instead of getting in your car and taking them to a pharmacy take back program, most pharmacies don't want them anyway, it's inconvenient, pour a little water into that prescription vial, halfway fill, add this powder, and then shake it up. Within 30 seconds it dissolves the pills and encased them in a polymer, . . . a gel, from which they cannot be extracted for abuse and they won't leech into landfills. It's biodegradable." John Holaday, Chairman and CEO DisposeRX - Our Town Guest Andy Ockershausen: This is Andy Ockershausen. This is Our Town. Of all the, over a hundred, guests that we've had on Our Town, we've interviewed the top to the bottom. Most have been recognizable names from sports, government, radio, television, newspaper, you name it. We've had a potpourri of guests. But this man has made such a major impact on Our Town. But, he's worked under the radar. His name is John Holaday. Not Johnny Holliday. Not our Johnny Holliday. I got it mixed up for a while, til Janice straightened me out. But, this John Holaday, he's a scientist, and entrepreneur, a former captain in the United States Army, an inventor, he's been CEO of several medical companies, and he's a friend of Our Town. We're so delighted to welcome John Holaday. John Holaday: Thanks so much Andy. What a pleasure to be here today. Andy Ockershausen: You will know when this program airs. I call our podcast radio without transmitter. We didn't pay for this. But, it's always there and it's ours and it's yours. Once it's done, it's out there forever. John Holaday: Right. Andy Ockershausen: Stay up there, cause I don't know how we get this. But John, welcome. You've done so much and it's under the radar. We're trying to open the radar up to you now, in some ways. You've done so much. Tell us about the John Holaday. Growing up, how did you get to the University of Alabama? John Holaday - Born in New York, Grammar School in Tennessee and College at the University of Alabama - Roll Tide John Holaday: Roll Tide. Born in New York, my father was a professor. Went down to Alabama, as the Chairman to the Department of Educational Psychology. So, three of us went to college there. Obviously went the benefit of having a father who was a professor there. Andy Ockershausen: He was on the faculty? John Holaday: He was on the faculty, yeah. It's tough to put three kids through school, but they had a break for faculty, in terms of the cost of tuition. Andy Ockershausen: You went to grammar school and so forth in Alabama? John Holaday: No, I went to grammar school in Tennessee. So, we moved from Tennessee to Alabama. Andy Ockershausen: He was a scientist. Correct? John Holaday: He was a professor of psychology, at the University of Tennessee. Andy Ockershausen: Oh, shrink! John Holaday: Uh, shrink. Yeah. Yep. Andy Ockershausen: And then he moved the family down south to Alabama. John Holaday: Down to Alabama. 1957. Andy Ockershausen: Wow! John Holaday: Yep. Andy Ockershausen: That's a long time ago John. John Holaday: I'm not a spring chicken, either. Andy Ockershausen: I know that. But you are in so many ways. You're young, and you're young at heart and that's important. Here you are on the University of Alabama campus and you go studying there. You're gonna be a graduate of the University. Correct? John Holaday: That's correct. Andy Ockershausen: Your father, obviously had ways to get you in school. John Holaday: Well, I think he must have helped in some way.
1) View From Section 17: Things I'd like to see this Saturday 2) Visitors Segment: Maryland radio play by play legend Johnny Holliday joins me. 3) Quick Hits: Injury update & Game Day notes Website: www.maizenbrew.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Next Tuesday's Game Day guest will be Nick Baumgardner from The Detroit Free Press. On Thursday's Visitors Edition we hope to have Badger radio play by play voice Matt LePay. If not, we'll have another member of the Wisconsin media crew join us.
1) View From Section 17: It's Brandon Peters time! 2) Visitors segment: Minnesota radio play by play voice Mike Grimm joins me to preview The Little Brown Jug game 3) Quick Hits: Injury news and game day notes Website: www.maizenbrew.com Email: email@example.com On Tuesday's Game Day show my guest will be Michigan great Jon Jansen. Then on Thursday we will be joined again by legendary Maryland play by play voice Johnny Holliday. See you then. GO BLUE
On this episode of Hear the Turtle, your hosts Taylor and Keith reflect on Sasho Cirovski's 400th win and preview the upcoming weekend. Included are interviews with Maryland football's all-time leading rusher Lamont Jordan and Maryland Sports Radio Network play-by-play legend Johnny Holliday.
From Wednesday, July 19, 2017: Joining Thom this week is longtime broadcaster and voice of Maryland sports Johnny Holliday, but they cover the areas of his career many don't know about. His work as a radio DJ, being at the last Beatles concert in San Francisco, his acting career, surviving a plane crash and more.
Joining Thom this week is longtime voice of Maryland Johnny Holliday, but they cover the areas of his career many don't know about. His work as a radio DJ, being at the last Beatles concert in San Francisco, his acting career, surviving a plane crash and more.
Cinegarage Flash – 013 El Festival de Annecy es el lugar de referencia en el mundo y en donde se lleva a cabo MIFA (International Animation Film Festival) y los MIFA Pitches. En Annecy se presentan las nuevas joyas de la animación, se habla de las tendencias actuales, de los directores nuevos y los clásicos. Este año Cinegarage tiene el placer de estar presente en el Festival de Annecy para cubrir sus actividades a través de nuestra enviada de lujo Brittmarie Hidalgo. Ella enviará flashes y entrevistas que se centrará en la extensa e importante presencia mexicana de este año. Brittmarie Hidalgo entrevistó a Jorge Gutiérrez, director de Son de Jaguary de Kung Fu Space Punch. Gutiérrez es el director de El libro de la vida. Kung Fu Space Punch: La película narra las aventuras de Johnny Holliday, el más encantador y rebelde motorista espacial de la galaxia. Cierto día, en compañía de su pandilla, un grupo heterogéneo conformado por bandidos rebeldes, se mete en problemas cuando conoce a Kathulo, un legendario villano que tiene grandes planes para el universo. Aunado a esto, a lo largo del viaje, Johnny también tendrá que lidiar con Ramona Sánchez, una antigua rival de la infancia, la cual que protege su ciudad Río Bravo. Son of Jaguar: mezcla la lucha libre mexicana y el Día de Muertos. “El corto trata sobre el linaje, la familia y la historia, y lo que significa ser parte de algo más grande que tu”, dijo el animador sobre el proyecto para agregar que con la realidad virtual los espectadores podrán ponerse en otros zapatos “de la misma manera que los luchadores mexicanos se convierten en el personaje cuando ponen su máscara”. Son of Jaguarllegará a través de Google Spotlight Stories en el verano del 2017. Puentes.mx
Johnny Holliday on Howard Cosell - "He takes my headset, puts it on, "Angel, let's go. Let's go." He goes, "3, 2, 1. Hello, everyone. Howard Cosell, the Sports Arena in Los Angeles. Time to talk about the American ... Back in a moment." Takes a break, comes back, does the second half. Now we're going to do the show for National. Does the same thing, takes his headset off, throws it down in front of me, picks up the cigar, looks at me and says, "That's how you do a show" and walks away. He had no stopwatch. He was right on time." Johnny Holliday, TV and Radio Sportscaster, Actor and Former Top 40 Disc Jockey A Ockershausen: This is Andy Ockershausen. This is Our Town. I was just singing the song about, "Oh, Johnny, oh, Johnny." I don't know. It's an old song but I'm an old song too. Johnny Holliday is one of the most favorite, favorite wonderful people in the world and a very dear friend of mine and of WMAL. I followed his career even before he didn't even know it because he hopped around the country. Johnny, thank you for being with us. This is Our Town, Johnny. This is College Park, Vienna. Johnny Holliday: This is your town basically. A Ockershausen: At one time it was. Johnny Holliday: But still is. Believe me. A Ockershausen: This has been yours but when you came to WMAL you lit a light on us that never went out and all the things you did here for us and what you did for the University of Maryland. Remember we started with this broadcast and I even recall Johnny Holliday in something called the Washington Federal. Johnny Holliday: I do remember that. Yes. The now defunct Washington Federal. That was a good experience, though. A Ockershausen: You know what, Johnny? We went first class with that if you remember. There were three of you. Johnny Holliday: That's right. A Ockershausen: Pete Wysocki worked with you and you did the play by play and you had one of the extra Redskins… Johnny Holliday: I think, didn't Kim McQuilken was the guy? A Ockershausen: He was the quarterback. Johnny Holliday: He was one of the analysts, yeah. A Ockershausen: Kim McQuilken. Son of a gun. Johnny Holliday: Yeah, back-up quarterback with the Redskins. A Ockershausen: Who else was on the broadcast? His son became a Redskin later. The football player. He played for the Cardinals. He was traded to the Redskins. Johnny Holliday: Oh, that would have been ... Was it Terry Metcalf? A Ockershausen: Terry Metcalf. Yeah. He was a sideline reporter. Johnny Holliday: Right. Exactly. A Ockershausen: With Jack Scarbath. We've had some great people work at WMAL, but Johnny, not as great as you. Everybody knows you from the University of Maryland. They don't know about you as I do because I found out many years ago your talents are so many. One that particularly impressed me is the radio disc jockey. The days are gone, Johnny. I don't know of any disc jockeys. Top 40 Disc Jockey - WHK - Cleveland Johnny Holliday: Yeah, I tell young guys today that it's too bad that they couldn't have been in yet back in the '60s, late '50s, '60s, '70s before the broadcast whole industry changed. A Ockershausen: World changed. Absolutely. Johnny Holliday: In those days the disc jockeys were like pied pipers. The kids could connect, the young adults could connect with the guys. The recording artists could connect with them as well. It was a whole different atmosphere as compared to what it is today. I'll never forget in Cleveland I had two record hops every weekend to supplement my income. A Ockershausen: You always did that, Johnny. Have you ever worked anywhere when you weren’t supplementing your income? Johnny Holliday: I'm still doing it today after all these years. In Cleveland I had a dance on a Friday night and a dance on a Saturday night sponsored by Coca-Cola. We had WHK color channel 14 ... A Ockershausen: Powerhouse radio station.
Johnny Holliday is the Voice of the Maryland Terrapins and just an overall really great guy. The former radio DJ has been at UM since 1979 and has called over 1,200 Terps games. But that's just the tip of the iceberg for Holliday. He's also a well known DJ, announcer and actor on screen and stage. All his interests and accolades paint a really diverse broadcaster at the top of his field. Johnny Holliday is our 22nd guest on Play-by-PlayCast!
1) View From Section 17: No 3 in the first playoff poll. 2) Visitors Segment: Maryland radio hall of fame voice Johnny Holliday is with me to preview Saturday's game. 3) Quick Hits: Game day notes. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 open 24/7 for calls. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org On Tuesday my guest will be John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine. Then on Thursday Iowa radio play by play voice Gary Dolphin stops by to visit.
1) View From Section 17: It wasn't the stomping you wanted, but it was a W! 2) Game Day: Chris Balas from The Wolverine.com talks Sparty, Maryland, and the road ahead. 3) Quick Hits: On Thursday's Visitors Edition my guest will be Maryland Hall Of Fame radio play by play voice Johnny Holliday. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 for calls. Email: email@example.com
1) View From Section 17: Will we cover the spread this week? 2) Visitors Segment: Will Tieman from The Spartan Sports Network thinks we're gonna have a game on Saturday. 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and game day notes. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 for calls. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org On Tuesday's Game Day show my guest will be Chris Balas from The Wolverine.com. Then on Thursday we'll chat with the radio hall of fame voice of Maryland football Johnny Holliday. GO BLUE!
Larry returns from Hunstville, Josh returns from being locked out of his house, recapping the past three football games, Perry Hills and Tyrell Pigrome, forecasting the last half of the football schedule, football recruiting, football playing time break down, Johnny Holliday tells many great stories about his time at Maryland, basketball open scrimmage, basketball rankings, basketball recruiting, True of False, Larry and Paul make a bet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1) Hurricane could impact Saturday nights B10 opener at Maryland. 2) Radio Hall of Famer and Maryland play by play voice Johnny Holliday is my guest. 3) Game Day Quick Facts. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 for your calls. Email: email@example.com We'll be back on Tuesday to recap Maryland and look ahead to a visit from Northwestern. GO BLUE!
1) The View From Section 17: Wow! I didn't see that coming! 2) Michigan Game Day: Beat writer Mark Snyder from The Detroit Free Press joins me to recap BYU and talk Maryland. 3) Quick Hits: Injury update and Wolverine headlines. Website: www.maizenbrew.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842 Open 24/7 for your calls. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Join us Thursday for our Visitors Edition show. Radio Hall of Famer and longtime Maryland Football and Basketball voice Johnny Holliday will be my guest. GO BLUE!
1) The View From Section 17: Thank you seniors! 2) Visitors Segment: Radio legend & Maryland radio voice Johnny Holliday joins me. 3) Michigan Gameday: Senior Editor Chris Balas from The Wolverine.com gives us his take on Frank Clark, Maryland, the search for a new AD, and more. 4) Wolverine Quick Hits: Injury update & Gameday Facts. Website: www.gbmwolverine.com Listener Line: 313 263-4842. Open 24/7 for your calls Email: email@example.com Next week we get ready for THE GAME. My scheduled guests are Ohio State beat writer Tim May from The Columbus Dispatch, and The Angel Of The Big House, Angelique Chengelis from The Detroit News. Go Blue!
Local broadcasting legend Johnny Holliday, who hosts the Washington Nationals pregame and postgame shows on the MASN Network, previews the 2014 baseball season and shares stories from his long career in sports broadcasting.