Radio Master: The Life and Times of Sports Broadcasting Great Ted Husing
STREET SURVIVOR BOLD INNOVATOR RADIO STAR NIGHT OWL JEALOUS LOVER BATTLER OF CANCER INSPIRATION TO ANYONE WHO EVER HEARD THE SOUND OF HIS VOICE! This is the story of the most controversial, provocative and influential sports announcer the industry has ever known. Ted Husing was called the Master for good reason. But the man was much more than just another talking head. Yes, Husings life was about much more than sports. It was how he played the game!
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