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CBS hires Albert to broadcast NFL games


Marv Albert (photo by Joe Weeks)

Born Marvin Phillip Aufrichtig, but is known in the broadcasting world as Marv Albert will be returning to the National Football League as one of its lead broadcasters.

Albert is from a family of broadcasters. His son, Kenny, and two brothers, Steve and Al all work on the professional sports level.

Marv has announced the NFL before, 19 years on NBC. He was also the play-by-play announcer for Westwood One Radio’s coverage of Monday Night Football from 2002-2009.


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Marv Albert decides to step down from NFL broadcasts

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Marv Albert has decided to step down after eight seasons of broadcasting “Monday Night Football” and the Super Bowl for Westwood One. Albert says he wants to cut back his schedule.

Marv Albert (photo by Joe Weeks)

Albert, one of the busiest and most recognizable announcers in sports today, will be turning 69 on June 12. He is the lead voice of NBA basketball for TNT, as well broadcasting New Jersey Nets games for the YES Network.

Reports say that Kevin Harlan, who occasionally filled in for Albert on Monday nights last year, is a candidate to replace him.