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Every time an on-air announcer says the word 'free' during the official coverage of the men's professional basketball championship series, Chipotle will be 'freeting': live Tweeting a unique code good for the chance to score a free burrito from @chipotletweets."
"Why would Elk Grove Village sponsor the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl?" the announcer asks.
New Delhi [India] November 15 ( ANI ): Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi has written a letter to Information and Broadcasting Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore over reports of women working as casual announcers in All India Radio (AIR) being allegedly sexually harassed.
The 29-year-old has been building a career as a ring announcer at boxing fights - and says it has made celebrities easy prey.
It's like being spoilt for choice with three great announcers at your disposal."
In the televised confession, an announcer says Hekmati confessed he served in US military intelligence and then was recruited by the CIA and dispatched to Iran as an agent to infiltrate Iranian intelligence.
The regular Syracuse radio announcers might call the game from the Orange perspective on TNT, while Duke's radio crew gives the Blue Devils' take on the truTV ''Teamcast.''
Scully was the only announcer who provided all the details required for keeping score.
She was one of four original announcers, the others being Arthur Adair, Peter Cockburn and Shaw Taylor.
WKCR, remember, is a college station run by undergraduates, all unpaid, whose announcers are either students or alumni.
The other announcers were all men - Arthur Adair, Peter Cockburn and Shaw Taylor - so her appointment at the time was unusual.
Announcers: Don Orsillo (play-by-play), Buck Martinez (analyst) and Jaime Maggio (reporter)
And if announcers aren't there to boost the players' confidence, I don't see why enthusiastic is their default setting when sarcastic would be much more entertaining.
People seem generally quite capable of negotiating that gap, without the nanny station announcers telling them about it.