Pro Football Hall of Fame

For the second consecutive year, a suburban Cincinnati resident will be presented the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award for broadcasting career achievement at the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Canton.

Former Denver Broncos linebacker Tom Jackson, who has lived in Indian Hill most of his 28 years at ESPN, will receive the award August 8. Glendale resident Bob Trumpy, former NBC commentator and WLW-AM “SportsTalk” host, won the award last year for ''longtime exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football.”

The Front Row with Betsy Ross

Aug 7, 2012

As the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2012 prepares to be enshrined this weekend, John Thorn, one of the editors of the new book, The Pro Football Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Book: Where Greatness Lives, is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross.