Kenny Albert

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Kenny Albert

Kenny Albert (born February 2, 1968) is a sportscaster employed by MSG and Fox Sports. Kenny is the son of Marv Albert, a veteran basketball announcer.

Early work[change | change source]

In the 1990s, he was the voice of the Baltimore Skipjacks in the American Hockey League and the Washington Capitals in the NHL. He also called college basketball games for ESPN Plus and part-time games for the Washington Bullets. Albert was also the lead voice for NHL Radio. He also worked on Westwood One with Marv Albert, his dad, as a sideline reporter for Monday Night Football.

FOX Sports[change | change source]

He does NFL games for Fox and also called NHL games for Fox. He also called BCS games on Fox, mainly the Sugar Bowl and Orange Bowl and the 2011 Cotton Bowl Classic. Albert also works on occasional Major League Baseball games on Fox and does the same role when MLB television was picked up by Fox Sports 1.

Turner Sports[change | change source]

Starting in 2012, Albert began calling select NBA games for TNT.

MSG Network[change | change source]

Albert is also employed by MSG. He is the radio voice of the New York Rangers and calls select games for the New York Knicks. He also called high school basketball, college basketball, and games for New York Liberty.

Other work[change | change source]

Albert calls Washington Redskins preseason with Joe Theismann. He also filled in for TV coverage for the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles. He called Ice Hockey at the 2002, 2006, and 2010 Winter Olympics and called NHL games for OLN, Versus, NBC, and NBC Sports Network.

Broadcasting partners

  • Brian Baldinger
  • Daryl Johnston
  • Tony Siragusa
  • Mark Grace
  • Tim Green
  • Ron Pitts
  • Dave Maloney
  • Joe Theismann
  • Anthony Munez