The Voice Behind the Voice

They are the voices that bring you every heart-stopping moment from your favorite team or sporting event. They exude the emotion you feel as you hang on their every word. They come into your home, car or anywhere around the world. But what do you really know about these voices? You're about to find out with one of the more unique, entertaining and provocative podcasts. Sean Aronson, a minor league baseball play-by-play broadcaster since 2001, pulls back the curtain on these amazing voices to find out who is "The Voice Behind The Voice."

LATEST EPISODE

Dean Brown, Ottawa Senators (ep. 66)

He's never had a resume and never needed a resume. In episode 66 Ottawa...He's never had a resume and never needed a resume. In episode 66 Ottawa Senators Dean Brown discusses being the youngest broadcaster ever to call a Grey Cup Game in 1989, rupturing his appendix and his affinity for scuba diving. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.   Show More

6/20/2017

Past Episodes

How would your react if you had a front row seat to history and it was your job to tell fans all about it. In episode 64 Oklahoma City Thunder TV broadcaster Brian Davis discusses what it was like to watch the record breaking season by Russell Westbrook, how he got his start in the industry as an investigative reporter and what he thinks of his voice being recognized by a dog. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
6/13/2017
What does the 2nd longest tenured broadcaster in the American League think about when he thinks of the Texas Rangers? It might not be the answer you think. In episode 65 Hall of Famer Eric Nadel talks about how another Hall of Famer, Mel Allen, got him interested in becoming a broadcaster, calling Nolan Ryan's 5,000th strikeout and how he got jobs that Harmon Killebrew and Doc Emrick both went for. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
6/6/2017
Early in his career he had his demo's critiqued by two of the finest: Gary Thorne and Doc Emrick. In episode 63 Washington Capitals TV broadcaster Joe Beninati discusses his amazing wardrobe, holding the Bowdoin College lacrosse record for saves in a season by a goalie and wanting to be a Doctor. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
5/30/2017
He is the second longest active broadcaster with one team behind only Jaime Jarrin of the Los Angeles Dodgers. In episode 62 Kansas City Royals broadcaster Denny Matthews talks about why he thought about retiring at 50, being inducted into the Hall of Fame and playing in exhibition games as a broadcaster when the Royals would play against their farm teams. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
5/22/2017
Hockey is a way of life in Canada and when you're born in Vancouver there is one team you have your eye on as a broadcaster. In episode 61 Vancouver Canucks broadcaster John Shorthouse talks about seeing his first Canucks game at age 6, calling games in his basement into a tape recorder and how he reacted during the 2013 lockout when his son was sad his Dad may go back to work before his sons birthday. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
5/16/2017
When you grow up in Los Angeles every broadcaster dreams of broadcasting for the Dodgers or Lakers. In episode 60 John Ireland discusses some of the A-list celebrities he's interviewed when he was a sideline reporter for the Lakers, interviewing Shaq when he cursed on live TV and proclaiming he would walk home if the Lakers lost to Cleveland in 2011 and what happened when they did. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
5/9/2017
He went to Syracuse University, so from an early age who knew exactly the path he wanted to take. In episode 59 Philadelphia Flyers TV broadcaster Jim Jackson talks about spending a season with Herb Brooks, how a minor league head coach helped him land a job in the NHL and what it was like broadcasting a 5 OT game. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
5/2/2017
Not all sports broadcasters get their start doing play-by-play. Some have to take a different route. In episode 58 San Antonio Spurs broadcaster Bill Schoening discusses how one of his early jobs was the death row beat, interviewing people on death row and watching the executions. He also shares his talent with the guitar and what Greg Popovich is really like. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
4/25/2017
A car accident outside of the Sharks arena nearly cost him his life, but after missing 24 games he returned behind the mic. In episode 57 San Jose Sharks radio broadcaster Dan Rusanowsky discusses what it was like being that close to dying, what it was like to start with the Sharks in their first year and what it was like broadcasting from the Cow Palace. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast. Also, be sure to rate the podcast. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @TheVoiceBTV, and retweet it, and like us on Facebook at TheVoiceBTV, and share with your friends. You can also find the podcast at 1500ESPN.com and PodcastOne.com under the Society & Culture tab.
4/18/2017

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