Len Berman

Emmy Award winning sportscaster and New York Times Bestselling Author

Len Berman is an Emmy-Award winning sportscaster and New York Times Best Selling Author who has covered just about every major sports event including multiple Super Bowls, World Series, and Olympics during his 40-year career in broadcasting.

He is the creator of “Spanning the World,” a monthly collection of sports bloopers, which was a 20-year staple on NBC’s Today Show. He is also the creator of “Sports Fantasy,” which aired on NBC and pitted regular viewers against famous sports stars.

He is the recipient of eight Emmy Awards and 6-time winner of New York Sportscaster of the Year. He has published four books. His kid’s book, The Greatest Moments in Sports (Sourcebooks), is his first entry onto the New York Times Best Seller List. His other books: Spanning The World (HarperCollins), And Nobody Got Hurt! (Little, Brown), And Nobody Got Hurt 2! (Little, Brown).

His daily Top 5 email is featured on The Huffington Post and is received by thousands around the country.

He is a regular contributor to the John Gambling show on WOR radio.

A native New Yorker, he graduated from Syracuse University. He resides on Long Island with his wife Jill. They have three children.

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