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Lewis Johnson, serving as Master of Ceremonies at the USATF Jesse Owens Award banquet
Lewis Johnson, serving as Master of Ceremonies at the USATF Jesse Owens Award banquet

Lewis Johnson is an American sports commentator and sports reporter.[1] He is one of the few sports broadcasters to have worked for ABC, NBC and CBS. He has also worked for Westwood One, ESPN, the Pac-12 Network and Turner Sports.

Lewis is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati.[2] The 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) Lewis placed 8th in the 800 meters at the 1987 NCAA Championships with his personal record of 1:47.00.[2]

Career history

Johnson has worked for NBC since the 2000 Summer Olympics. He has covered Notre Dame football, the NBA, and the AFL as well as nine Olympic and two Paralympic games.

He has also worked for NBCSN, the Pac-12 Network, ESPN/ABC, CBS Sports and Turner Sports as well as Westwood One.

Career timeline

References

  1. ^ Lewis Johnson on Twitter
  2. ^ a b Hoffman, Carey (April 28, 2002). "'Fast Track' To Network Success Tested Star UC Runner's Endurance". University of Cincinnati.
  3. ^ "LEWIS JOHNSON: Track & Field Reporter". NBC Sports Group: Press Box. NBC Universal. Retrieved February 20, 2018.
  4. ^ "Pac-12 Networks On-Air Personalities: Lewis Johnson". PAC-12. Pac-12 Conference.
  5. ^ Horne, Erik (April 17, 2016). "Thunder Q&A: Turner Sports sideline reporter Lewis Johnson". NewsOK. The Oklahoman.
  6. ^ Hudson, Ryan (March 18, 2011). "NCAA Tournament Schedule 2011: Complete Times And TV Info For Saturday's Third Round Games". SBNation. Vox Media, Inc.
  7. ^ ""THE SEC ON CBS" DOUBLEHEADER FEATURES NO. 20-RANKED AUBURN TAKING ON NO. 15-RANKED GEORGIA ON SATURDAY, NOV. 12 FLORIDA AT NO. 13-RANKED SOUTH CAROLINA KICKS OFF DAY AT NOON" (Press release). CBS Sports. November 10, 2011.
  8. ^ ""THE SEC ON CBS" FEATURES NO. 1-RANKED LSU TAKING ON NO. 2-RANKED ALABAMA ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 IN PRIME TIME" (Press release). CBS Sports. November 3, 2011.
  9. ^ "Lewis Johnson". Westwood One Sports. Westwood One. Archived from the original on November 1, 2013.


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