Ed Ingles (Sportscaster. Born, The Bronx, NY, Apr. 25, 1932.) A pioneer in radio reporting from clubhouses and locker rooms, Edward H. Ingles was sports director for WCBS Radio for 23 years (1973-96). Ingles, who was also the station’s morning sports news voice, was among the first to venture in the dressing room for post-game comments for radio reports. He also served as an anchor for CBS Radio at the four major golf tournaments, working 34 Masters from 1973-98. Ingles handled a pre-game N.F.L. show for CBS-TV in 1976 and play-by-play of the Super Bowl on CBS Radio in 1976. He also did two stints as radio color commentator for the Jets (1973-77 and 1991-93) for a total of eight seasons and did color on WCBS for St. John’s basketball (1984-91). In addition, Ingles was an adjunct professor at St. John’s for over 25 years starting in 1973 and a professor in residence at Hofstra (1995-97).
–via New York Historical Society (sports.nyhistory.org)
Ed Ingles, Coordinator, Instructor & Professional-in-Residence @ Hofstra University Thirty years of experience at CBS Radio Sports, 24 years as sports director and a.m. drive-time sportscaster for WCBS-AM Radio, New York Jets and St. John’s University broadcaster. Reporter for 11 Olympics and 35 Masters golf tournaments. Professional-in-Residence, Hofstra University School of Communication since 1995; retired Emeritus 2019.
–via Hofstra University (hofstra.edu)