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by Howard Cosell

  • ISBN: 0872234142
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  • Author: Howard Cosell
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Playboy Press; 1st edition (1974)
  • Pages: 305 pages
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  • Rating: 4.1
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howard's book of the insides of sports broadcasting--he reveals all the internal mechanisms of broadcast television . Cosell is a very interesting man who is very opinionated and has a lot to say. I reccomend this book to any sports fan, especially thoes who followed sports in the 70's.

howard's book of the insides of sports broadcasting--he reveals all the internal mechanisms of broadcast television with his viewpoint on the political positioning between anchors most fascinating. One person found this helpful.

Howard William Cosell (/koʊˈsɛl/; né Cohen; March 25, 1918 – April 23, 1995) was an American sports journalist and author, who was prominent and influential on radio, television and print media from the early 1960s into the mid 1980s

Howard William Cosell (/koʊˈsɛl/; né Cohen; March 25, 1918 – April 23, 1995) was an American sports journalist and author, who was prominent and influential on radio, television and print media from the early 1960s into the mid 1980s. He was also an actor who played minor roles in several TV programs and movies. Cosell was widely known for his blustery, confident personality. Cosell said of himself, "Arrogant, pompous, obnoxious, vain, cruel, verbose, a showoff

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Cosell is a very interesting man who is very opinionated and has a lot to say. I reccomend this book to any sports fan . telling it like it is. By Thriftbooks. com User, January 19, 2004. howard's book of the insides of sports broadcasting--he reveals all the internal mechanisms of broadcast television with his viewpoint on the political positioning between anchors most fascinating

Like it is. Cosell, Howard, 1918-1995.

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Howard William Cosell (March 25, 1918 – April 23, 1995), born Howard William Cohen, was an American sports journalist on American television. His abrasive personality and tendency to speak his mind, often in erudite terms unusual for a sportscaster, made him, according to one poll, both the most-liked and most-hated television reporter in the country

Mr C Howard Cosell from Heaven is a Howard Cosell Tribute artist. Never one to stand still and your breath weak you left us stronger than when you came than when you came.

Mr C Howard Cosell from Heaven is a Howard Cosell Tribute artist. Your soul is rising your plight and pain is gone and we stand beneath you wishing we can see those raised hands. The fight is done the quiet the peace is come for you now.

The Washington Post called the outspoken Cosell "arguably the best-known and most controversial sports broadcaster in the history of the medium. Muhammad Ali was the athlete Cosell was most closely identified with, calling many of his fights and interviewing him numerous times.

Howard Cosell, March 25, Howard Cosell was born on March 25, 1918, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA . Some of his most famous books are listed below. Cosell Like It Is What’s Wrong with Sports I Never Played the Game (co-written with Peter Bonventre).

Howard Cosell, March 25, Howard Cosell was born on March 25, 1918, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA, His parents were Nellie and Isidore Cohen.

Howard Cosell would have approved, the tributes to him that were immense, the obituaries reading like eulogies. The Washington Post put the news of his death on its front page. The New York Times keyed his obituary off the front. Cosell was identified as the foremost sports television journalist of his time.


Reviews about LIKE IT IS (3):
Dibei
For a book of this age it is in excellent condition! I'm not used to reading books since I got my Kindle but I look forward to re-reading this one that I read many years ago. Howard is still an interesting character in print. Thank you!
Shadowredeemer
howard's book of the insides of sports broadcasting---he reveals all the internal mechanisms of broadcast television with his viewpoint on the political positioning between anchors most fascinating. howard never really owns up to having been drunk on the air as he has been rumoured to have been throughout the years so you are sort of left with a taste of him not being as honestly frank as it should be.
ACOS
If you ever wanted to know what happens behind the scenes, get this book. I wasn't even alive in the 70's, but I still found it very interesting and enjoyable. Cosell is a very interesting man who is very opinionated and has a lot to say. I reccomend this book to any sports fan, especially thoes who followed sports in the 70's.