Brian Webber - Play-by-Play Announcer and Studio Host
Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Brian Webber helps comprise the broadcasting team at Tennis Channel as a play-by-play announcer and studio host. Webber joined Tennis Channel in May 2003 as one of its first on-air contributors and has worked on a variety of the network's premiere events including the ATP and WTA Tours, US Open Series, Davis Cup, Fed Cup, Hopman Cup, ATP World Tour Finals, WTA Championships, US Open Junior Championships, NCAA Tennis Championships, and the network’s Grand Slam coverage. He has also handled play-by-play duties of the US Open and the Australian Open for ESPN/DIRECTV.
In June, 2012, Webber joined the NFL Network as host of "NFL AM," the network's signature weekday morning program. In addition, Webber currently contributes to NBC Sports Radio as the host of “The Brian Webber Show” heard on weekends nationwide. His play-by-play assignments include national broadcast work for Fox Sports Net, ESPNU, CBS Sports Network, and NCAA Productions. His versatile resume covers nearly every conceivable sport, ranging from rugby to table tennis. Webber has worked as an anchor for DirecTV's Major League Baseball Strike Zone Channel and served as lead studio host for Fox Sports' digital media content from 2006 to 2012.
Prior to joining Tennis Channel, Webber worked at Fox Sports Net Northwest. He served as play-by-play announcer for Pac-10 college sports and contributing reporter for the network's nightly "Northwest Sports Report." However, he is best known as an anchor/reporter for Fox Sports Net and a sideline reporter for "The NFL on Fox."
During his ten years in San Francisco at Fox Sports Net Bay Area, formerly SportsChannel Pacific, Webber held a myriad of positions, including studio host of pre and post-game coverage of the Bay Area's MLB, NHL and NBA teams, and anchor/reporter of the nightly "Bay Area Sports Report." In addition, Webber served as intermission host for the NHL's San Jose Sharks, as well as sideline reporter for the NBA's Golden State Warriors and a substitute radio talk show host for KNBR-1050 AM in San Francisco.
In 1999, he received a Northern California Emmy Award for his work on the "Stanford Sports Magazine."
A graduate of Stanford University, Webber also received a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He currently resides in Los Angeles.