spent his childhoold in Upstate New York.
He graduated from Syracuse Univeristy
in 1985 with a bachelor's degree in broadcast
journalism and became the voice of the
Utica Devil's hockey team for six seasons.
In 1993, he became play-by-play broadcaster
for the Philadelphia Flyers. He has been
in this position for 11 seasons.
He also provided call for minor league
baseball, college football, basketball
Jackson is a four-time Mid-Atlantic Emmy
award-winner for play-by-play.
Recently, he authored his first book,
Walking Together Forever: The Broad
Street Bullies, Then and Now, which
was published in January 2005.
Jackson currently resides in Gloucester
Township, New Jersey.
-Profile by Jennifer
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