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Kevin Harlan
Kevin Harlan (born June 21, 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American television and radio sports announcer. The son of former Green Bay Packers executive

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Kevin HarlanBorn Kevin Harlan
(1960-06-21) June 21, 1960 (age 58)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin[1]Education University of Kansas[2]Years active 1982–presentChildren 4[1]Parent(s) Bob Harlan (father) Sports commentary careerGenre(s) Play-by-playSports National Basketball Association, National Football League, NCAA football, NCAA basketball

Kevin Harlan (born June 21, 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American television and radio sports announcer. The son of former Green Bay Packers executive Bob Harlan,[3] he broadcasts NFL and college basketball games on CBS and is a play-by-play announcer for the NBA on TNT.[4] Until 2008, Harlan was the voice of Westwood One Radio's Final Four coverage. In 2010, he began serving as Westwood One's lead announcer for Monday Night Football, calling his first Super Bowl in Super Bowl XLV. He has broadcast 8 consecutive Super Bowls for Westwood One, Super Bowls 45-52. Eight is the second most in radio network history (Jack Buck, 17). He also broadcast the CBS HD feed of Super Bowl XXXV in 2001. He also calls the preseason games of his hometown Packers for the team's statewide television network since 2003. In 2017, he was voted the National Sportscaster of the Year.

Contents
  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Personal life
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links
Biography

Harlan began broadcasting as a teenager for his alma mater Our Lady of Premontre High School's high school radio station, WGBP, calling play-by-play for the school's boy's basketball, football and ice hockey teams. He had originally pursued attending either the University of Wisconsin–Madison or the University of Notre Dame in pursuit of his communications/mass media degree, but a personal recommendation from broadcaster Gary Bender to Bob Harlan led Kevin to instead attend the University of Kansas and its School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Harlan was introduced to the Jayhawks' primary basketball play-by-play announcer at the time, Tom Hedrick, who audited Harlan's zeal for sports broadcasting and immediately considered him a protege in the making. Hedrick gave Harlan a sideline position his freshman year, eventually deeming him as his understudy and fill-in announcer on days where he had other commitments.[2] Harlan graduated in 1982 with a broadcast journalism degree.

In 1982, at age 22, he became the TV and radio voice of the NBA's Kansas City Kings (now the Sacramento Kings). He then was a basketball announcer for his alma mater, the University of Kansas, for one year, then went on to call games for the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs from 1985–93 after several years hosting and producing surrounding pre-game and post-game programming (coincidentally, current Packers play-by-play voice Wayne Larrivee left the Chiefs position open when he began a thirteen-year run as the voice of the Chicago Bears). Harlan also split time with the University of Missouri (1986–89) calling football and basketball games, and worked as the play-by-play voice of the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves for nine seasons (1989–98). On the network level, Harlan called NFL football for NBC in 1991, college football for ESPN in 1992–93, NFL for Fox from 1994–97, and joined Turner Sports in 1996 to cover NBA playoff games (he would begin calling games throughout the entire season in 1997, which he continues to do to this day). He began working for CBS in 1998.[1][2]

In addition, Harlan has called Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers preseason games; basketball games during the now-defunct Goodwill Games, which were owned by Time Warner; college sports on ESPN; and several bowl games during college football seasons. Harlan has also lent his voice on the NBA 2K video game series since 2005.

On Monday September 12, 2016, a fan ran onto the field during a Monday Night Football game between the San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams and Harlan gave a play-by-play call of the fan being tackled by security. Deadspin referred to the call as an "All Timer." [5]

In 2017, Harlan was voted National Sportscaster of the Year by the NSMA.[2]

Personal life

Harlan's daughter, Olivia Harlan, is a sideline reporter for ESPN and is married to Sam Dekker, a current NBA player.[6]. Harlan has been married to his wife Ann since 1987. They have 4 children, including the aforementioned Olivia.

References
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  2. ^ a b c d Dougherty, Pete (18 February 2018). "Elite company for Green Bay's Kevin Harlan". Green Bay Press-Gazette. Retrieved 18 February 2018.
  3. ^ Hiestand, Michael (4 May 2012). "Announcer Kevin Harlan knows best of NBA and NCAA hoops worlds". USA Today. Retrieved 16 September 2012.
  4. ^ "NBA on TNT 05-06". TNT. Retrieved 16 September 2012.
  5. ^ Burke, Timothy. "Kevin Harlan's Play-By-Play Radio Call Of The MNF Idiot On The Field Is An All-Timer". deadspin.com. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
  6. ^ "Olivia Harlan Bio". Atlanta Hawks. Retrieved 2017-11-19.
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Marv Albert Monday Night Football national radio play-by-play announcer
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NBA Drafts
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  • 1987
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Music
  • "The Payback"
  • "Catch Us If You Can"
  • "Takin' Care of Business"
  • "Bad"
  • "Higher Ground"
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Come What May (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 1)
Come What May (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 1)
Until he met vampire hunter Jack Harlan, Sam Fisher lived a quiet, peaceful life. Now that dark creatures have murdered his wife and kidnapped his daughter, Sam must learn everything he can from his new mentor to find his little girl before it’s too late.

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Deal with the Devil (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 4)
Deal with the Devil (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 4)
Young men are disappearing in Chicago and the Vampire Sherrif has asked for Sam Harlan's help. With Sister Callie Calahane by his side, Sam will push himself to the limit to find out what happened to the missing men.Even if it means dealing with the Devil.

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Harlan County, U.S.A. (The Criterion Collection)
Harlan County, U.S.A. (The Criterion Collection)
Filmmaker Barbara Kopple shows Kentucky coal miners brutally opposed in a 1973 strike. Oscar for best documentary.

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Jerry Glanville; Kevin Harlan (Football Card) 1995 Skybox Impact - Fox Announcers #4
Jerry Glanville; Kevin Harlan (Football Card) 1995 Skybox Impact - Fox Announcers #4
1995 Skybox Impact - Fox Announcers #4 - Jerry Glanville, Kevin Harlan

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Hard Times (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 2)
Hard Times (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 2)
"It’s amazing how life goes back to normal, how the world keeps spinning, even after you do something so terrible that it can never be forgiven. You get up in the morning. You eat. You shower. Shave. Use the toilet. And the dream. Always the same dream. There is no escaping it. In my dream, I plunge the knife into a little girl’s chest.”-Sam HarlanSix weeks since discovering the truth behind his family legacy, Sam Harlan has worked with Sister Callie Calahane to learn how to kill vampires, desperate to make them pay.The woman’s voice on the answering machine was intriguing. “Jack, it’s Mary Kate. I’ve got your newest order and … I need to talk.” Jack Harlan, the legendary vampire killer, was Sam’s distant relative, but Jack Harlan was dead. Sam had seen to it himself. Will investigating the source of the message push Sam and Sister Callie beyond their limit, or will they survive the hard times?

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The Gregg Smith Singers: 20th Century American Choral Treasures
The Gregg Smith Singers: 20th Century American Choral Treasures
When the planning for this set of recordings first began, the driving concept was to revive interest in the American choral repertoire of the middle of the 20th century as represented by recordings made by the Gregg Smith Singers. With the death of Gregg Smith on July 12, 2016, these recordings also serve as a memorial to the career of a man whose devotion to choral music in general, and especially American choral music "of every time and place," was greater than that of almost any other of his generation. Smith had an uncanny gift for seeking out and nourishing the talent of lesser-known American choral composers both young and old showcasing their works through concerts and recordings. Gregg Smith was founder and conductor of the Gregg Smith Singers; conductor of the Long Island Symphonic Choral Association; and composer-in-residence for Saint Peter's Lutheran Church in New York; as well as being a composer. No other conductor did as much to raise the standards of choral singing in the second half of the 20th century, or was as influential on other American choral conductors and composers. The full array of mid-twentieth century American choral music is presented here all coming from the archives of the Gregg Smith Singers.

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Damned Cold (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 3)
Damned Cold (Sam Harlan, Vampire Hunter Book 3)
"Vampires. They're everywhere. It's my job to stop them. A woman is missing. Hell, isn't there always? The church thinks a vampire is involved, but it's much worse than that. Much worse. Witches. Why did it have to be witches?"-Sam Harlan

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Harlan Coben Books Checklist: Reading Order of Myron Bolitar Series, Mickey Bolitar Series and List of All Harlan Coben Books (30 books!)
Harlan Coben Books Checklist: Reading Order of Myron Bolitar Series, Mickey Bolitar Series and List of All Harlan Coben Books (30 books!)
DescriptionReading Order of Myron Bolitar Series, Mickey Bolitar Series and List of all Harlan Coben books! A complete list of every Harlan Coben book published, to read and keep an easy track of, with links to the books on Amazon!Harlan Coben has authored many amazing books. His books are loved by his fans worldwide. As a fan, all of us want to know his complete treasure of books he has authored and the correct order in which to read the books.Our endeavor is to provide you with a comprehensive list of every Harlan Coben title published. With this list, it is very easy to keep track of what you have already read and what you are yet to read.How this book is useful:You can use this as a checklist to track which Harlan Coben books you have already readYou will be able to go through the complete list of books by Harlan Coben (30 books!) as well as the reading order of all his seriesLinks to Harlan Coben’s books on Amazon is included to facilitate buying his books that you have not yet readYou get to read the synopsis and reviews of his books on Amazon once you follow the links to his booksGet your copy now and be updated on Harlan Coben books!PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A TITLE LIST ONLY, compiled for reference purposes to assist readers. No copyrighted material from the titles listed is included. This list is compliant with United States Copyright Office circular 34.

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