Post Profile

Saints play-by-play voice Jim Henderson retiring after 31 years

New Orleans Saints play-by-play broadcaster Jim Henderson is calling it a career after 31 years behind the microphone. Henderson made his announcement on flagship station WWL in New Orleans on Thursday. “It’s time.  This is a good year to go out,” Henderson said.  “I will miss our Saints Radio broadcast team; I will miss calling [more]
read more


Related Posts

Coaches not allowed to compare notes before preseason games

American Football / NFL : ProFootballTalk

As Saints broadcaster Jim Henderson tells it, the Saints blitzed the 49ers early and often in the preseason opener because San Fran coach Jim Harbaugh didn’t call New Orleans coach Sean Payton to compare notes before the game. “When...

Awful Announcing Podcast: Kevin Harlan talks his career, the future of broadcasting, and Super Bowl 52

Sports : Awful Announcing

This week, Ben Heisler is joined by Westwood One Radio, Turner Sports, and CBS Sports play by play broadcaster Kevin Harlan, fresh off of calling Super Bowl 52 for Westwood One. Subscribe on iTunes! Here’s the rundown of what Ben an...

Jim Henderson Retiring as WWL Sports Director

Media / Television Industry : TVSpy

Jim Henderson is retiring as sports director at WWL after a nearly 34-year career covering Louisiana sports. “All good things must come to an end, and for me, that’s my career here at Channel 4,” Henderson wrote in an email to WWL s...

Veteran Sportscaster Jim Henderson Bidding Farewell to WWL: ‘The Business Has Gotten Tougher’

Media / Television Industry : TVSpy

When he announced his plans to retire as WWL sports director earlier this month, Jim Henderson said that he would retire following a Super Bowl appearance this year by his beloved Saints. With the Saints out of Sunday’s Super Bowl g...

Longtime WWL Sports Director Signs On with Crosstown Rival WVUE

Media / Television Industry : TVSpy

Jim Henderson, the longtime radio voice of the New Orleans Saints who retired from his sports director post at WWL earler this year after 34 years with the CBS-affiliate, has signed on with Fox-affiliate WVUE as a football analyst. ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC