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Bob Costas has been a sportscaster for NBC since the early 1980s. Costas has won multiple National Sportcaster of the Year awards (from the National Sportcaster and Sportswriter Association) and nearly 20 Emmy Awards for outstanding sports announcing. In 1999, Costas was a recipient of the Curt Gowdy Award, which is awarded to members of the electronic and print media for outstanding contributions to baseball. He is also an honorary board member of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
Bob Costas has been an in-studio host of National Football League coverage and play-by-play man for the NBA and for Major League Baseball. Costas has teamed with Isiah Thomas and Doug Collins for basketball telecasts (from 1997-2000) and Tony Kubek (from 1983-1989), Joe Morgan and Bob Uecker (from 1994-2000) for baseball telecasts. Before becoming the studio host for The NFL on NBC in 1984, Costas did play-by-play with analyst Bob Trumpy for NFL games.
Costas was selected as the Dick Schaap Award for Outstanding Journalism recipient in 2004.
In 2006, Costas was also awarded an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Loyola College in Maryland.
On April 19, 2007, while at the Iowa Cubs vs. Albuquerque Isotopes Pacific Coast League baseball game, Costas was made an honorary member of the Iowa Cubs Video Production Team during a brief induction ceremony in the Principal Park pressbox.
Bob Costas is a Honorary Trustee of Webster University, a private college located in the St. Louis suburb of Webster Groves. He is a frequent supporter of the school, to include numerous radio commercials.
Bob Costas Career timeline:
1983–1989: MLB on NBC #2 Play-by-Play
1984–1992, 2006-present: NFL on NBC Studio Host
1988–1994: Later Host
1992–present: Summer Olympics Primetime Host
1994–2000: MLB on NBC Lead Play-by-Play
1997–1999: NBA on NBC Lead Play-by-Play
2001–present: On the Record with Bob Costas and Costas Now Host
2002–present: Winter Olympics Primetime Host
2002–2008: Inside the NFL Host
2008: AMP Energy NHL Winter Classic Host