Jim Huber

January 3, 2012 by staff 

Jim HuberJim Huber, Broadcaster Jim Huber died Monday in Atlanta, reports He was 67. In addition to his many awards, Huber was in 2008 inducted into the Atlanta Athletic Club Atlanta Athletic Club Latest from The Business Journals Fmr. PGA champ says Atl. Athletic Club course used to be funHeat out front in WP article about PGA tourney in AtlantaTiger Woods swings by Atlanta for practice Follow this company ‘s Sports Hall of Fame.

Huber died following a short bout with leukemia, Atlanta Business Chronicle broadcast partner WXIA-TV reported early Tuesday. Huber worked for the station in the mid-1990s, WXIA said.

Huber had worked with Turner Sports since 2000, reported, adding “he was known for thoughtful pieces that made sometimes larger-than-life sports figures seem down-to-earth and real to viewers.” He was an anchor and reporter for CNN CNN Latest from The Business Journals ConocoPhillips, Chevron watch oil rise above 0QR codes: Marketers love them, public puzzled by them Patent reform may curb frivolous lawsuits, speed approval Follow this company /Sports Illustrated in the late 1990s, and hosted CNN’s “Pro Golf Weekly,” and “Sporting Life with Jim Huber.”

A statement released by David Levy, president of sales, distribution and sports for Turner Broadcasting System Turner Broadcasting System Latest from The Business Journals An industry in motionCivil Rights Center will be built in phasesCharlotte lands Chiquita Follow this company said: “The Turner Broadcasting family suffered a great loss and we are saddened by the passing of our colleague and friend, Jim Huber. A terrific Emmy Award winning journalist and essayist, Jim made so many contributions during his more than 27 years with our company. He was a gentleman and wonderful individual and will be deeply missed. We send our condolences to his wife, Carol, and son, Matt.”

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