Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award
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Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award

The Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award, created in 1989 and named for the late longtime NFL commissioner, Pete Rozelle, is bestowed annually by the Pro Football Hall of Fame "for longtime exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football". In contrast to similar awards given by the other American professional sports leagues, the Rozelle Award has occasionally been granted to broadcast executives and production people in addition to on-air personalities.

Rozelle Award recipients

Year Honoree Primary affiliation(s)
1989 Bill MacPhail Executive: CBS
1990 Lindsey Nelson Play-by-play: CBS
1991 Ed Sabol Founder and executive: NFL Films
1992 Chris Schenkel Play-by-play: DuMont, CBS, NBC
1993 Curt Gowdy Play-by-play: NBC, CBS
1994 Pat Summerall Color commentator and play-by-play: CBS, Fox
1995 Frank Gifford Color commentator and play-by-play: CBS, ABC
1996 Jack Buck Play-by-play: CBS, NBC, CBS Radio
1997 Charlie Jones Play-by-play: ABC, NBC
1998 Val Pinchbeck NFL broadcast official
1999 Dick Enberg Play-by-play: NBC, CBS
2000 Ray Scott Play-by-play: DuMont, CBS
2001 Roone Arledge Executive: ABC
2002 John Madden Color commentator: CBS, Fox, ABC, NBC
2003 Don Criqui Play-by-play: CBS, NBC
2004 Van Miller Play-by-play: Buffalo Bills
2005 Myron Cope Color commentator: Pittsburgh Steelers
2006 Lesley Visser Reporter: CBS, ABC
2007 Don Meredith Color commentator: ABC, NBC
2008 Dan Dierdorf Color commentator: CBS, ABC
2009 Irv Cross Color commentator and studio analyst: CBS
2010 Chris Berman Studio host: ESPN
2011 Jim Nantz Studio host and play-by-play: CBS Radio, CBS
2012 Len Dawson Studio host and color commentator: HBO, NBC, Kansas City Chiefs
2013 Al Michaels Play-by-play: ABC, NBC
2014 Bob Trumpy Color commentator: NBC, Westwood One
2015 Tom Jackson Studio analyst: ESPN[1]
2016 James Brown Studio host and play-by-play: CBS, Fox
2017 David Hill Executive: Fox
2018 Andrea Kremer Reporter: NFL Films, ESPN, NBC, NFL Network, Amazon Prime[2]
2019 Dick Ebersol Executive: NBC[3]
2020 Joe Buck Play-by-play: Fox[4]
2021 John Facenda NFL Films, Football Follies[5]

References

  1. ^ "Tom Jackson Named Winner of Prestigious Pete Rozelle Radio-TV Award". Pro Football Hall of Fame. July 7, 2015. Retrieved 2020.
  2. ^ "Andrea Kremer Named Winner of Prestigious Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award". Pro Football Hall of Fame. June 13, 2018.
  3. ^ "NBC SNF Creator Dick Ebersol Named Winner of Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award". Pro Football Hall of Fame. May 14, 2019.
  4. ^ "Joe Buck named 2020 Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award recipient". Pro Football Hall of Fame. September 17, 2020.
  5. ^ "John Facenda named 2021 Pete Rozelle Radio Television Award Winner". Pro Football Hall of Fame. June 28, 2021.

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