Ted Moore

mooreHis 48 year radio and television sports broadcasting career began as a student announcer at WHA radio in 1948. He served stints as a sports announcer at WDLB radio, Marshfield, Program Director at WNAM radio, Neenah-Menasha, Sports Director at WFRV-TV, Green Bay, staff announcer at WTMJ radio and TV, Sports Director at WEMP radio and sports announcer for WOKY radio, all in Milwaukee.

He left his imprint on sports broadcasting in Wisconsin with his years in the 1960’s as the radio voice of the Green Bay Packers during their “Glory Years” and in 23 years as the basketball play-by-play voice of the University of Wisconsin Badgers. In 1962 he was NBC’s play-by-play voice for the Green Bay Packers – New York Giants National Football League championship and he broadcast Super Bowls I & II for The Packer Radio Network in 1966 and 1967. In 1968, The Milwaukee Press Club honored him with its Best Radio Documentary Award for the hour-long, “The Glory Years”, which is the definitive radio story of the Green Bay Packers’ march to an unmatched three straight NFL Championships.

Ted Moore passed away on August 22, 2014.



  1. Does the 1962 title game radio broadcast exist? If yes, I’d love to purchase it. But it has to be the Packers radio guys, NOT the one from ny.

  2. Ted Moore came to work for KTRI, 1470 AM right out of college. He covered sports & did play-by-play of the Sioux City Soos games among many other things. He had a neat 1951 Oldsmobile coupe with a V8 motor. He took me to the old Soos ball park with him & I’d establish his broadcast line via Northwestern Bell phone facilities and get his microphone 🎤 & amplifier hooked up. Time went on and one day in 2014 I read his obituary. He ended up in Wisconsin, his home state & broadcast the Green Bay Packers games. He was known as “THE VOICE OF THE GREEN BAY PACKERS.”

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