The Board of Directors of the New York State Broadcasters Association is honored to announce the selection of Michael Strahan as its Broadcaster of the Year for 2022. Strahan is an Emmy winner, Super Bowl Champion, member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and a Peabody award-winning journalist.
He currently co-anchors ABC’s “Good Morning America.” During the NFL football season, he serves as an analyst of “Fox NFL Sunday,” for which he received a 2019 Sports Emmy Award nomination for “Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst” and a 2020 Sports Emmy Award nomination for ‘Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly.”
Strahan also hosts the top-rated primetime game show favorite “$100,000 Pyramid” on ABC, produced by SMAC Entertainment in association with Sony Pictures Television, which is currently airing its sixth season. He will be honored in 2023 in the newest category of sports entertainment on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
David Donovan, President of the New York State Broadcasters Association stated:
“We are honored to recognize Michael Strahan as our Broadcaster of the Year for 2022. This was a unanimous decision by the Board of Directors. Strahan is a tour de force in television. You see his award-winning talent every morning when he co-anchors ABC’s Good Morning America. NFL games would not be the same without his insights and analysis.
He brings a perspective that can only be provided by a Pro Football Hall of Famer. Michael’s broadcast versatility can be seen as the host of the top-rated show ‘The $100,000 Pyramid.’ Moreover, he has made his mark as a producer of numerous award-winning programs with SMAC Entertainment. Michael has written a book, launched several highly successful clothing lines, accessories, and a recent skin care line, as an entrepreneur
Most importantly, he has given back to the community. Michael donates his hands and heart to numerous charities. Since 2010, he has also been a passionate supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. His recent partnership with ‘See Her’ seeks to combat an unconscious bias that persists against women and girls in advertising, media, and programming.”
Michael will receive the Broadcaster of the Year award at a special luncheon on Thursday, October 20 in the Rainbow Room at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10112. To register for luncheon tickets, go to https://nysbroadcasters.org/event/hall-of-fame/.