Jefferson Kaye

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Martin Jeff Krimski, known by the stage names Jefferson Kaye and Jeff Kaye (December 12, 1936 – November 16, 2012) was an American radio, television and film announcer. Among his credits were announcing gigs at WHIM and WRIB in Providence, Rhode Island; WBZ in Boston, Massachusetts; WKBW and WBEN in Buffalo, New York; WPVI in Philadelphia; and NFL Films. As program director of WKBW, he produced the station's adaptation of The War of the Worlds.[1] For his work on NFL Films, Kaye won several Sports Emmy Awards. He also narrated the Chicago Bulls' first championship documentary, "Learning To Fly", as well as a history of DePauw University football, "A Tradition of Excellence."

Kaye died on November 16, 2012 of throat cancer at age 75 in Binghamton, New York.


  1. ^ Koshinski, Bob. "War of The Worlds". Retrieved 18 November 2012.