Kevin Corke

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Kevin Corke

Kevin Corke is an American broadcaster and is a frequently seen as a play-by-play sports broadcaster for ESPN.[1][2] Previously Corke was a studio host for CBS and CBS Sports Network covering the Southeastern Conference SEC and a variety of sports including the NFL and NBA..[3] Corke was formerly a news anchor at WTVJ-TV NBC in Miami.[4] Notably, Corke was a national news correspondent based in Washington D.C. for NBC from 2004-2008.[5] Most of his work there involved coverage of the Bush Administration as a member of the White House Press Corps. In addition Corke frequently reported from the The Pentagon, U.S. Supreme Court and other locations in Washington D.C. Corke figured prominently in NBC's coverage of the Massacre at Virginia Tech.[6]

Corke is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School, where he earned a Master's degree and received the Littauer Fellow citation for academic excellence, leadership and commitment to work in the public interest.[7] [8]

He also graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder where he earned Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Journalism.[9]

Before joining NBC, Corke worked at the all-sport network ESPN.[10] While there, he could be seen anchoring SportsCenter, the network's flagship program.[11] Corke also served as a Coordinating Producer on live broadcasts. Corke has covered Olympic Games in Atlanta and Torino, the latter while at NBC.[12]

Corke become known after working in the 1990s in Denver at KUSA-TV, where he was a sports anchor for the morning and weekend broadcasts.[13]

Kevin Corke has won numerous journalism awards, among them national and regional Emmys. Corke is a Life Member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.