Jim Donovan

American sportscaster

Jim Donovan (born July 17, 1956), born James Francis Donovan III, is a sportscaster and newscaster for WKYC-TV. He was the sports anchor for the station before becoming sports director. He is also the radio voice of the Cleveland Browns. He also called Cleveland Indians telecasts. For one season, he called games for the Vermont Reds, an affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. For SportsTime Ohio, Donovan hosts various Browns shows such as The Berea Report, Sunday Strategy, and Browns Red Zone. He was also sports anchor at WEZF-TV. Donovan also worked at NBC Sports for their coverage of the NFL, 1994 World Cup, and the 1992 Summer Olympics and 1996 Summer Olympics for soccer and swimming.