Thom Brennaman is again.
The Cincinnati Enquirer experiences Brennaman will likely be “calling high school events via Chatterbox Sports.” According to the Enquirer, Chatterbox Sports is a “subscription-based service” which broadcasts “numerous high school events and also offers podcasts.”
Chatterbox Sports made the Brennaman announcement Tuesday.
“I’m so grateful and excited,” Brennaman mentioned. “I grew up here in Greater Cincinnati. I know what high school football, high school basketball and high school sports mean to this area. This is what I was doing at Channel 5 when my career started. Here we are coming full circle getting back out to high school sports.”
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Brennaman’s world fell aside final summer time whereas calling a Cincinnati Reds recreation. According to NCS, Brennaman was heard “saying on the Fox Sports Ohio broadcast, ‘One of the f*g capitals of the world,’ before then resuming his on-air duties. It’s unknown what led to that remark and the context behind it. The comment was made after a commercial break.”
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Fox Sports Ohio launched a press release shortly after the Reds: “The language that Thom Brennaman used this evening is hateful, offensive, and in no way reflects the values of FOX Sports Ohio. We agree with the Reds’ decision to suspend him until further notice.”
Brennaman formally resigned from his position with the Reds in September.
In February, Fox Sports Ohio announced John Sadak, who “most recently worked for CBS Sports as a national TV play-by-play announcer” would exchange Brennaman. Sadak, who additionally did some radio for the Mets on WCBS-AM, grew up in Edgewater and Brick Township, going to Brick Memorial High School. Sadak went to varsity at Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J.
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