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Phil Hochberg

attorney and sports public address announcer

Phil Hochberg is a Washington, D.C., based attorney specializing in the representation of professional and collegiate sports leagues, conferences, and teams. Mr. Hochberg does public address announcing at sporting events and was the first baseball and last football stadium announcer in the first 37 years of Washington D.C.'s R.F.K Stadium. He spent 38 years with the Washington Redskins and is one of 39 persons and the first non-player/coach/owner to be honored by the team in its Hall of Fame/Ring of Stars at FedEx Field in Landover, MD. Previously, he announced for the Washington Senators for six years and part-time for the Baltimore Orioles for three seasons. In addition, he has been the college basketball announcer for George Washington University since 1978 and the Football Press Box P.A. Announcer for Maryland since 1976, has done University of Maryland and American University basketball, the Army-Navy football classic in Philadelphia in 1998, and the Presidential Inaugural Parades in 1973, 1977, 1989, 1993, 1997, 2001 and 2005.