Best of Boston

Best TV, Live

1987 Best TV, Sports Announcers

Sportschannel’s Gorman and Tom Heinsohn

Actually, you could lose Gorman. But Heinie keeps getting better and better. read more»
1987 Best TV, Commentator

We’re still thinking.

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1987 Best TV, Play by Play

Gil Santos, Channel 56

The Celtics telecasts are smooth and informative. But this fall Santos will be challenged by Curt Gowdy's return as the Patriots' radio man. read more»
1986 Best TV, Sports Announcer

Channel 38's team of Ned Martin and Bob Montgomery. Aging like fine wine. read more»
1986 Best TV, Reporter

Martha Bradlee, Channel 5

Brainy, sophisticated, willing to ask tough questions. read more»
1986 Best TV, Sportscaster

Bob Lobel, Channel 4

Lobel's strengths are his wit and his terrific on-air personality, which are so good they outweigh the fact that all too often a viewer can [...] read more»
1986 Best TV, Weathercaster

Harvey Leonard, Channel 7

Reliable, with a refreshing lack of glitz. read more»
1985 Best TV, Anchor

Jack Hynes, Channel 56

The show's ratings are up, and the 10 p.m. slot becomes more appealing as cable and VCRs throw traditional viewing patterns out the window. And [...] read more»
1985 Best TV, Reporter

Janet Wu, Channel 5

Well prepared, and offers substance in her stand-ups. read more»
1985 Best TV, Weathercaster

Bob Copeland, Channel 5

Accurate forecasts. read more»
1985 Best TV, Sportscaster

John Dennis, Channel 7

And to think there was a time the station didn't want him. read more»
1985 Best TV, Sports Reporter

Bob Neumeier, Channel 4

A couple of years ago we didn't think much of him. That, obviously, has changed. read more»
1985 Best TV, Commentator

John Henning, Channel 4

Insightful, reliable. read more»
1985 Best TV, Local Program

"Somerville High," a brilliant documentary produced by Lisa Schmid for Channel 5. read more»
1984 Best TV, Anchor

Jack Williams, Channel 4

When Williams began, he seemed like another Ted Baxter. Now he seems as aware of what he does as a Ted Knight. read more»