Larry Michael is the “Voice of the Washington Redskins" as well as the TV host for the Redskins Broadcast Network. He is a 11-time Emmy Award winner for his work with the Redskins Broadcast Network, and his current on-air work includes his role as “Voice of the Washington Redskins” (2004-present), as well as Hosting Redskins Nation on Comcast Sports Net (Daily 2007-present) and the Redskins Coaches Show on WRC NBC 4. He is also currently Chief Content Officer and Senior Vice President of Media for the Washington Redskins. He is responsible for the team’s Video content on Redskins.com, as well as production of all Redskins Broadcast Network Television shows and broadcasts.
Some of his other recent credits include: Host Inside the Redskins (WRC NBC 4 2009-2011) Redskins Game Day (WTTG Fox 5 2007-2009), Showtime Championship Boxing reporter (2001-2003), NFL Play By Play on Westwood One (1999-2004), NCAA Basketball on Westwood One, HBO Boxing Beat (1997-2003) , Notre Dame pre-game Coaches Show on Westwood One, and “Voice of the George Washington Colonials.” EA Sports “Knockout Kings” video game (2002-2003), Ballroom Boxing on Comcast Sports Net (1996-2004), Michael has also covered 8 Olympic Games, 21 U.S. Open Championships, 12 Masters Tournaments and 15 Super Bowls. Mr. Michael is active in area charities including The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and is a member of the board of Trustees for the Joe Gibbs Youth for Tomorrow Youth Home. He previously worked for Westwood One, the nation’s leader in radio program syndication, as Executive Producer and Senior Vice President, where his duties included rights negotiations with the NFL, USGA, Masters, NCAA, NHL, Notre Dame, and NBC Olympics, as well as all programming and production. He is a Graduate of the University of Maryland, with a degree in Radio Television and Film.