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This profile was last updated on 8/23/09  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Lector and President
    Parish Council of Christ Prince of Peace Catholic Church
  • Sportscaster
    KMOX
  • Sports Director
    KMOX
  • CBS Sports

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Parish Council of Christ Prince of Peace Catholic Church

Education

  • Bachelor's degree , journalism
    Southern Illinois University , Carbondale
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Web References
Emcee - Ron Jacober, ...
www.frcmo.org, 23 Aug 2009 [cached]
Emcee - Ron Jacober, KMOX
After an award winning sports broadcasting career spanning 38 years in St. Louis, Ron has stepped down as Sports Director of KMOX and went to a part time schedule at the start of the new year. He continues to host the award winning "Sports On A Sunday Morning" along with a weekly Sports Open Line program.
Ron has been inducted into the St. Louis Radio and St. Louis Media Halls of Fame. He was won numerous awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association along with being named St. Louis' best sportscaster. His work in television sports earned him two Emmy Awards. He was selected by CBS/Westwood One as a commentator at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. His work in Sydney earned him the coveted Jack Buck Media Award at the Annual MS Sports Dinner and the A.I.R. Award for best news series, "Postcards from Sydney."
Ron was recently honored by the Missouri Athletic Club with the Bob Burnes/Bob Broeg Award at the annual Jack Buck Sports Banquet, for his contributions to St. Louis and the sports community.
Jacober has worked on the broadcast teams for St. Louis Cardinals baseball, St. Louis Blues hockey, St. Louis Storm and Ambush soccer, St. Louis University basektball and Missouri Tiger football. He has covered Super Bowls, World Series, Stanley Cups, and Final Fours among major sports events.
Ron holds a Bachelor's degree in journalism from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale and is an Army veteran. He and his wife, Lois, have two sons, David, an Army veteran and currently a police officer in Pueblo, CO and Jeffrey, a Naval Academy graduate and former top gun fighter pilot, now a pilot for Southwest Airlines. Ron is also involved with several St.Louis area charities and is a lector and president of the Parish Council of Christ Prince of Peace Catholic Church.
KMOX - Ron Jacober
www.kmox.com, 27 Nov 2007 [cached]
Ron JacoberKMOX - Ron Jacober
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Our Staff > Ron Jacober
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Ron Jacober
After an award winning sports broadcasting career spanning 38 years in St. Louis, Ron has stepped down as Sports Director of KMOX and went to a part time schedule at the start of the new year.He continues to host the award winning "Sports On A Sunday Morning" along with a weekly Sports Open Line program.
Ron has been inducted into the St. Louis Radio and St. Louis Media Halls of Fame.He was won numerous awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association along with being named St. Louis' best sportscaster.His work in television sports earned him two Emmy Awards.He was selected by CBS/Westwood One as a commentator at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.His work in Sydney earned him the coveted Jack Buck Media Award at the Annual MS Sports Dinner and the A.I.R. Award for best news series, "Postcards from Sydney."
Jacober has worked on the broadcast teams for St. Louis Cardinals baseball, St. Louis Blues hockey, St. Louis Storm and Ambush soccer, St. Louis University basektball and Missouri Tiger football.He has covered Super Bowls, World Series, Stanley Cups, and Final Fours among major sports events.
Ron holds a Bachelor's degree in journalism from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale and is an Army veteran.He and his wife, Lois, have two sons, David, an Army veteran and currently a police officer in Pueblo, CO and Jeffrey, a Naval Academy graduate and former top gun fighter pilot, now a pilot for Southwest Airlines.Ron is also involved with several St. Louis area charities and is a lector and president of the Parish Council of Christ Prince of Peace Catholic Church.
:: Mike Anderson's St. Louis Media Info & News ::
www.stlmedia.net [cached]
A story somewhat overwhelmed by the weather unpleasantness hit today: KMOX Sports Director Ron Jacober, who's been in the STL market covering sports for 37 years and at KMOX for 20 of them, has decided to retire, at least partially. Comment here. 11-30-06God loves the Blue(tooth)Man ... I always hated those guys who blabbed on their cell phones with that little, almost-invisible earpiece and microphone. One guy I saw some years back sitting in front of the old Wilbur & Gil's at Westport was flapping his lips and waving his hands and I figured he was way overdue for his meds.
KMOX - Ron Jacober
www.kmox.com, 6 Nov 2008 [cached]
Ron Jacober KMOX - Ron Jacober
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Our Staff > Ron Jacober
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Ron Jacober
After an award winning sports broadcasting career spanning 38 years in St. Louis, Ron has stepped down as Sports Director of KMOX and went to a part time schedule at the start of the new year. He continues to host the award winning "Sports On A Sunday Morning" along with a weekly Sports Open Line program.
Ron has been inducted into the St. Louis Radio and St. Louis Media Halls of Fame. He was won numerous awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association along with being named St. Louis' best sportscaster. His work in television sports earned him two Emmy Awards. He was selected by CBS/Westwood One as a commentator at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. His work in Sydney earned him the coveted Jack Buck Media Award at the Annual MS Sports Dinner and the A.I.R. Award for best news series, "Postcards from Sydney."
Ron was recently honored by the Missouri Athletic Club with the Bob Burnes/Bob Broeg Award at the annual Jack Buck Sports Banquet, for his contributions to St. Louis and the sports community.
Jacober has worked on the broadcast teams for St. Louis Cardinals baseball, St. Louis Blues hockey, St. Louis Storm and Ambush soccer, St. Louis University basektball and Missouri Tiger football. He has covered Super Bowls, World Series, Stanley Cups, and Final Fours among major sports events.
Ron holds a Bachelor's degree in journalism from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale and is an Army veteran. He and his wife, Lois, have two sons, David, an Army veteran and currently a police officer in Pueblo, CO and Jeffrey, a Naval Academy graduate and former top gun fighter pilot, now a pilot for Southwest Airlines. Ron is also involved with several St. Louis area charities and is a lector and president of the Parish Council of Christ Prince of Peace Catholic Church.
KMOX - Sports on a Sunday Morning with Ron Jacober
www.kmox.com, 28 Feb 2009 [cached]
Sports on a Sunday Morning with Ron Jacober KMOX - Sports on a Sunday Morning with Ron Jacober
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Sports on a Sunday Morning with Ron Jacober
Show Information "Sports On A Sunday Morning" is a St. Louis tradition.
On KMOX for 49 years, it is one of the longest-running sports shows in american radio and a Sunday staple for sports fans. Host Ron Jacober is joined by Blues General Manager Larry Pleau and baseball writer Derrick Goold.
The show is a buffet of sports information. Ron previews every St. Louis Rams game and keeps listeners up to date on the Rams, Cardinals and Blues along with golf, college football and basketball, auto racing, soccer and horse racing.
Biography After an award winning sports broadcasting career spanning 38 years in St. Louis, Ron has stepped down as Sports Director of KMOX and went to a part time schedule at the start of the new year. He continues to host the award winning "Sports On A Sunday Morning" along with a weekly Sports Open Line program.
Ron has been inducted into the St. Louis Radio and St. Louis Media Halls of Fame. He was won numerous awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association along with being named St. Louis' best sportscaster. His work in television sports earned him two Emmy Awards. He was selected by CBS/Westwood One as a commentator at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. His work in Sydney earned him the coveted Jack Buck Media Award at the Annual MS Sports Dinner and the A.I.R. Award for best news series, "Postcards from Sydney."
Ron was recently honored by the Missouri Athletic Club with the Bob Burnes/Bob Broeg Award at the annual Jack Buck Sports Banquet, for his contributions to St. Louis and the sports community.
Jacober has worked on the broadcast teams for St. Louis Cardinals baseball, St. Louis Blues hockey, St. Louis Storm and Ambush soccer, St. Louis University basektball and Missouri Tiger football. He has covered Super Bowls, World Series, Stanley Cups, and Final Fours among major sports events.
Ron holds a Bachelor's degree in journalism from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale and is an Army veteran. He and his wife, Lois, have two sons, David, an Army veteran and currently a police officer in Pueblo, CO and Jeffrey, a Naval Academy graduate and former top gun fighter pilot, now a pilot for Southwest Airlines. Ron is also involved with several St. Louis area charities and is a lector and president of the Parish Council of Christ Prince of Peace Catholic Church.
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Ron discusses this with Greg Marecek, who wants to change that status.
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Ron talks with Joe Connor of modernerabaseball.com, which gives fans the ultimate guide to the best deals around to go see your team before the regular season begins.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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Ron discusses this with Greg Marecek, who wants to change that status.
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Ron talks with Joe Connor of modernerabaseball.com, which gives fans the ultimate guide to the best deals around to go see your team before the regular season begins.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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Ron talks with our Motor Sports guru, Greg Damon, about today's Daytona 500, the 2009 NASCAR Season, and how the economy may or may not have an effect on the sport.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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Ron is joined by 2008 Gold Medalist Lori Chalupny, who is a St. Louis native.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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Ron is joined by St. Louis native, Mark Neely, who is now the San Diego Padres' TV play-by-play voice.
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Ron begins his coverage by talking with St. Louisan Steve Wyche of the NFL Network.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey. Currently, the team is getting some well-deserved time off with the All Star Break taking place in Montreal.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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Ron talks with Kelly Chase about his involvement in a backstoppers fundraiser project that will be a spin-off of the annual "Guns n' Hoses" boxing matches.
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Ron talks with Tony Glavin, the St. Louis Lions' Coach, about his effort to bring the first division united soccer league franchise.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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Ron is joined by Caryn Chasteen, the President of the new St. Louis Women's Pro Soccer Team.
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Ron and Caryn discuss how popular soccer already is for youth and how much appeal this new team will have for the area.
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Ron is joined by former Missouri Tigers football player Demetrious Johnson to discuss last night's Oklahoma thumping, while also commenting on a upcoming basketball shootout taking place at Normandy High School that will feature some real talented players
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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St. Louis Blues General Manager joins Ron for their Sunday conversation after another week of hockey.
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