Glenn Harris Host,
Glenn Harris has established a reputation as one of the most respected sports anchors in the Washington area. He anchors NewsChannel 8's "Sports Talk," the only live nightly sports call in show in the Washington Metropolitan Area.
As a native Washingtonian and a Howard University graduate and Athletic Hall of Fame Member, Glenn's vast knowledge of local sports played a large part in helping the the station's sports team earning back-to-back awards for "Best Year-Round TV Sports Coverage," as judged by Virginia's Associated Press. Glenn's feature work on a series titled "Anacostia at the Crossroads" earned him a second place finish in the 1995 National Association of Black Journalists awards in the sports category.
His countless service awards include Outstanding Young Man of America, Outstanding Washingtonian Award for contributions to Youth Programs, The Whitney Young Awards for excellence in service to education, The Village Learning Vener Public Charter School Legacy of Achievement Award and United Way Special Recognition for "A Day of Caring." Glenn also gives service to the Washington Area working with Smart Activities for Fitness and Education. Among all these numerous awards, his crowning achievement came at the 38th Capital Region Emmy Awards, when he was honored with the prestigious "Glenn Brenner Award," recognizing his tireless dedication to the community and its kids.
Mayor Anthony A Williams of Washington D.C. proclaimed June 6, 2003 to be "Glenn Harris Day."
Glenn's previous experience includes a long career as Sports Director for WHUR-FM, hosting the very popular "Let's Talk Sports" radio sports talk show, and sports commentary for FOX Channel 5 WTTG-TV.
Visit Glenn Harris' official website, www.glennharris.net.
DCSAA director Clark Ray discusses the changes to the DC city title basketball game, and all other matters concerning DC high school athletics.
UDC Head Coach Jeff Ruland joins Glenn to discuss the Firebirds season, and his days as a member of the Washington Bullets.
Local boxing champ Lamont Peterson and trainer Barry Hunter join Glenn Harris to recap his win against Kendall Holt to retain his IBF Light Welterweight Boxing title.
Glenn Harris is joined by Dr. Eric Berg for a Health and Fitness Friday. This Friday's Topic: The not-so-sweet sugars in our diets.
Glenn Harris talkes with former Dunbar star, former Ohio State QB, and 1974 Rose Bowl MVP Cornelius Greene about his college days, the Quarterback position, including RGIII, and viewers calls.