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Theodore "Ted" Robinson is an American sportscaster. He has been the radio play-by-play announcer for the San Francisco 49ers since 2009, and will remain " The Voice of the 49ers" through at least 2018. Since 2000, Robinson has been with NBC as tennis play-by-play, Olympics, swimming/diving announcer and NBC ...


Ted Robinson may refer to: Ted Robinson (golf course architect) (1923–2008), American golf course architect; Ted Robinson (sportscaster) (born 1957), American sportscaster; Ted Robinson (TV director) (born 1944), Australian television director/producer; Ted Robinson (footballer) (1903–1972), English footballer with ...


Sep 11, 2014 ... 49ers radio announcer Ted Robinson has been suspended two games for making 'offensive' comments about Ray Rice's wife, Janay.


Sep 10, 2014 ... SANTA CLARA — The 49ers suspended radio broadcaster Ted Robinson for two games Wednesday for inappropriate comments regarding domestic violence on KNBR 680-AM. Bob Fitzgerald will replace Robinson the next two games, according to a source. Fitzgerald served in the same capacity during ...


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Ted Robinson calls a variety of sports for NBC during the year including swimming, diving and triathlon. Most recently, Ted Robinson served as a speed skating play-by-play commentator for NBC Olympics' coverage of the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. Robinson joined NBC Olympics in 2000 as baseball play-by-play  ...


Sep 10, 2014 ... Said 49ers president Paraag Marathe: “The comments made by radio broadcaster Ted Robinson on Monday were offensive and in no way reflect the views of the San Francisco 49ers organization. We have made the decision to suspend him for the next two games. I informed Ted of our decision earlier ...


Jun 7, 2016 ... On this week's episode of the SI Tennis Beyond the Baseline Podcast, host Jon Wertheim talks with sportscaster Ted Robinson.


Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.