Be sure to check out Elissa Walker Campbell's monthly column. The "Big E" also writes for several publications in her listening areas. So if you're looking for the ultimate sports-fix, tune into her show and also read what she and her guests have to say in some newspapers and magazines....
Following her father's path, Yahoo! Sports' Elissa Walker-Campbell's rise to success
The show was called Prime Time Country, and The Nashville Network, well known as the “first country music cable television network,” beamed the program into living rooms across the country. This truly was the big time for country musicians. And back in March 1996, Grand Ole Opry star Charlie Walker called his daughter with the news he would be performing on the show to honor the late Minnie Pearl, who had just passed away.Yahoo! Sports Radio Adds Elissa Walker Campbell's Show
YAHOO! SPORTS RADIO has added "THE BIG E SPORTS SHOW" with ELISSA WALKER CAMPBELL for FRIDAYS 8-10p (ET), starting SEPTEMBER 20th. The show has been airing in various FRIDAY and weekend slots in limited syndication and online.GOW ADDS ELISSA WALKER CAMPBELL
Gow Broadcasting, operator of Yahoo! Sports Radio in partnership with Yahoo! Sports, has announced the addition of “The Big E Sports Show”Yahoo! Sports Radio adds “The Big E”
Gow Broadcasting, operator of Yahoo! Sports Radio in partnership with Yahoo! Sports, announced the addition of “The Big E Sports Show,” with Elissa Walker Campbell, beginning 9/20. The fast-paced, upbeat sports talk show features sports superstar guests who share real-life stories with Walker Campbell and her audience every Friday evening from 8-10 PM ET.Beyond the X's and O's with TCU Head Football Coach Gary Patterson
Thunder TV Crew; Werme, Walker Campbell Split DutiesThunder Expands Broadcast Family With Veteran Talent
Oklahoma City, Friday, Oct. 9, 2009 – Veteran NBA announcer Tom Werme and former University of Oklahoma basketball player Elissa Walker Campbell will join the Thunder broadcast team of Brian Davis, Grant Long and Matt Pinto this season.TCU Head Coach Gary Patterson Interview
Spring football is underway and there are plenty of reasons why Texas Christian fans should be excited for the upcoming season. The Frogs’ 2009 stellar recruiting class features some of the best talent in the country and there will be plenty of commodities, especially on defense. And with TCU head coach, Gary Patterson entering into his ninth season as the Horned Frogs leader, one can understand why he has a lot to smile about these days. I recently interviewed Patterson about spring practice, his new players and the upcoming year.Grant Teaff - American Football Coaches Association
Every year it seems the debate escalates on how to determine the national champion in college football. Bowl games or a playoff? One thing that is certain, everyone has a strong opinion. Recently, I had the opportunity to interview the legendary Hall of Fame coach, Grant Teaff, and get his pulse on the current system, and if it should be kept intact. Grant Teaff is a signature name in the state of Texas and recognized for building the foundation of the Baylor football program. He quickly changed the level of expectation and as a result is the winningest football coach during his 21 years at Baylor University.Brown tunes in to Dallas/Fort Worth clients’ needs for radio shoots
DALLAS / FORT WORTH - You’ve heard the line. You know, the one about the not-so-pretty personality that has a “great face for radio”....Beyond the X's and O's with ESPN Radio - Jason Peter
Many Nebraska Cornhusker fans describe former defensive tackle Jason Peter as one of their most beloved players for his colorful personality and exploits on the gridiron. In the mid-’90s, he was an All-American, a member of three national championship football teams, and co-captain of the championship team during his senior season.Basketball Bill Chafin
Roger Clemens. Marion Jones. Pete Rose. Almost daily in the sport headlines we read about scandals with today’s and yesterday’s biggest athletes whose bad decisions have ruined their lives.
We watch them go too far and risk it all to be the best at their sport.
NORMAN, Okla. -- Catch up with former Sooner Elissa Walker-Campbell, who is now a popular radio host in the Dallas area.
The Mission Statement of the University of Oklahoma Athletics Department includes the well known credo, "Inspiring champions today and preparing leaders for tomorrow."
Millions of sports fans recognize the voice and face of Pat Summerall. He has called some of sports’ biggest games and events, from Super Bowls, to ABCs Monday Night Football and the Masters Tournament.