On Tuesday, FOX Sports announced the hiring of Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady as the networks top color analyst for NFL broadcasts
GREEN BAY, Wis. - For a second straight year, the Packers' path to the Super Bowl goes through Lambeau Field. Green Bay hosts San Francisco in the Divisional Round at 7:15 pm on FOX6. FOX6's Lily Zhao goes one-on-one with FOX Sports commentator Chris Myers to get a more in-depth...
Can the Seattle Seahawks make the playoffs? Daryl Johnston & Chris Myers discuss where the Seahawks stand and what they must improve if they hope to sneak into the playoffs.
FOX play-by-play announcer Chris Myers has seen the nadir of the Dolphins’ season up close, a heartbreaking 30-28 loss to the Atlanta Falcons that dropped the team to 1-6 a week before the trade deadline with Deshaun Watson reports swirling. He has also seen the team at its best as...
Chris Myers has done it all in his two decades at Fox Sports. From hosting studio shows to play-by-play to sideline reporting, he’s become one of the network’s most valuable assets for the versatility he provides and his ability to seem comfortable in any role he’s given – and in just about any sport.
Crain's Cleveland Business
USA Firmware has promoted Chris Myers to the role of Vice President of Engineering & Operations. His position will help the growing organization leverage its expertise in Firmware and IoT to turn smart ideas into smart products. He combines over 33 years of experience in engineering, strategy, IoT, and product development to create a stellar combination of skills for the company. Chris has been with USA Firmware for six years and will be an excellent leader for the rapidly growing business.
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – NFL broadcasters Ronde Barber and Chris Myers, who are the color commentary and play-by-play for the Buccaneers preseason games on WFLA joined News Channel 8 sports anchor, Karen Loftus, to discuss several facets of the 2021 Bucs team. CULTURE CHANGE. Barber and Myers discuss the evolution...
Grand Forks Herald
FARGO — Chris Myers was never one to seek the spotlight with news conferences or media appearances while he was U.S. attorney for North Dakota. He has no political aspirations so there's no need to get his face in front of the cameras in hopes of someday being, say, the state's attorney general.
FARGO — Chris Myers was never one to seek the spotlight with news conferences or media appearances while he was U.S. Attorney for North Dakota. He has no political aspirations so there's no need to get his face in front of the cameras in hopes of someday being, say, the state's attorney general.
Chris Myers is an Emmy Award-winning broadcaster with more than three decades of experience at the highest levels of multiple sports, including the NFL and NASCAR. Chris joined Bob Sirott to talk about his role on the Marquee Sports Network (including filling in as play-by-play announcer for select games throughout the season as well as contributing to pregame and postgame coverage), what he thinks about the Cubs this season, and his memories of working with Bob’s wife, Marianne, back in the day.
Chef Chris Myers from Cento whips up some delicious Duck Confit Pizzas in the Kessenich’s Woodstone Pizza Oven – and shows us that wine can be a great secret ingredient for pizza!. Cento has some of the best Italian food in Madison – now available for curbside pickup or Green...
When Jon “Boog” Sciambi was announced as Len Kasper’s replacement, it was also announced that Sciambi would maintain his role in ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball booth. That obviously meant Marquee would need at least one substitute voice for play-by-play work when the Cubs weren’t playing in the exclusive ESPN window. Today, Marquee announced three broadcasters who will make up the substitute pool for the 2021 season, and they’re all familiar names, not just to Cubs fans.
As part of the agreement to bring on Boog Sciambi as the Cubs’ new play-by-play man on Marquee, all understood that he would periodically be absent to do some of his national broadcasting work on ESPN. We knew that would mean some fill-in work for other play-by-play folks, and today, Marquee announced a trio of broadcasters who will carry that load: ESPN’s Beth Mowins, FOX’s Chris Myers, and legendary Cubs radio play-by-play man, Pat Hughes.
Pat Hughes, Beth Mowins and Chris Myers will be the backup Chicago Cubs TV announcers on Marquee Sports Network
Pat Hughes, Beth Mowins and Chris Myers were named backups to new Chicago Cubs play-by-play man Jon “Boog” Sciambi by Marquee Sports Network, the team’s TV channel. Marquee on Wednesday also unveiled a tentative slate of Cubs home spring training games it plans to televise, beginning March 2 versus the Kansas City Royals.