Tim Brant is home again at ABC7/WJLA-TV as Vice President of Sports. He is a one-time Sports Director for WJLA-TV, who went on to work for CBS and ABC networks covering college football, the NFL, the NBA, the Tour de France and two Olympics. Tim also spent more than a decade as host of the popular Morning Show on WMAL Radio.
Tim continues his work with ABC Sports and as the voice of ACC Basketball on the Raycom-Jefferson Pilot Television Network. His passion for sports analysis dates back to his years on the University of Maryland gridiron, where he was a star Terrapins lineman and defensive captain.
That dynamic has led to numerous professional awards. Tim was honored twice by the Touchdown Club of Washington, once as Top Analyst, then later Sportscaster of the Year. Tim was named Champion Sportscaster by the Black United Fund. He won the March of Dimes A.I.R. Award for achievement in radio, the University of Maryland Distinguished Alumnus Award, the award for Distinguished Professional Achievement by the Phillip Merrill College of Journalism and he was inducted into the St. John’s College High School Hall of Fame.
Tim is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in Journalism. He lives in Rockville with his wife Janet and their four children.
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