So Long, Thanks For Listening: Chuck Stevens Reflects on 50+ Years in Broadcasting High School Sports

By: Michael Bennett Email
By: Michael Bennett Email
10/11 Chief Meteorologist Ken Siemek, 10/11 Producer Michael Bennett, Sports Reporter/Anchor Dave Polzin and 10/11 Sports Director Kevin Sjuts pose for a picture with Chuck Stevens.  Stevens is retiring as the Sports Director at KFOR Radio on Friday.

10/11 Chief Meteorologist Ken Siemek, 10/11 Producer Michael Bennett, Sports Reporter/Anchor Dave Polzin and 10/11 Sports Director Kevin Sjuts pose for a picture with Chuck Stevens. Stevens is retiring as the Sports Director at KFOR Radio on Friday.

For more than half a century, Chuck Stevens has been behind the microphone calling everything from high school football games to state basketball tournaments and everything in between.

On Friday, Stevens will retire as the Sports Director at KFOR Radio.

Throughout his tenure, he's seen quite a lot of changes in the world of sports. During an interview on PrepZone Weekly Thursday night, Stevens mentioned he thought "speed" was a big thing that's changed.

Chuck's sports career began in the 1960's during his time at KOLN-TV in Lincoln. From 10/11, he moved on and eventually joined KFOR in 1982.

To see the complete interview from PrepZone Weekly, click the video above.


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