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Chris Fowler


Chris Fowler, sportscaster. Named one of Most Powerful Media Personalities in Sports, The Sporting News, 2003, Top 25 Football Broadcasters, The Sporting News & SportsBusiness Journal, Daily, 2009; recipient Sports Emmy award, 2006; Alan Berg. Memorial Journalism Scholar, Denver Press Club.


Fowler, Chris was born on August 23, 1962.


Bachelor of Science in Radio/television news, University Colorado, 1985.


High School sports reporter Rocky Mountain News, 1982—1984. Producer, co-host weekly magazine program Boulder Cable television Systems, Colorado, 1983-1985. Sports director Station KAIR-AM, 1983-1985.

Production assistant, producer, writer, sports reporter Station KCNC-television, 1984-1986. Intern in sports department Station KMGH-television, Denver, 1984. Host, reporter Scholastic Sports American Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, 1986-1988, sideline reporter College Football Association telecasts, 1988, 89, host National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball coverage, since 1989, host College GameDay, College Football Scoreboard, since 1990, host Sunday SportsDay, since 1990, anchor SportsCenter, since 1990, host National Collegiate Athletic Association Final Four coverage, 1992—2005, host College Football Awards, since 1993, host Heisman Trophy Presentation, since 1994, co-host Extreme Games, 1995—2000, co-host Winter X Games, 1998—2000, host Triple Crown horse racing coverage, 1998—2007, host Grand Slam tennis coverage, since 2003, play-by-play commentator College Football Primetime, since 2006, host Fédération internationale de football association World Cup coverage, 2010.

Host, narrator SportsCentury Entertainment and Sports Programming Network Classic.