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Broadcasting Veteran David Garrett Speaking to MHS Class March 30

posted Mar 27, 2016, 5:04 PM by Brandon Jacks   [ updated Mar 28, 2016, 11:10 AM ]
Oklahoma broadcasting veteran David Garrett is coming to Madill Schools administration conference room at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday  (March 30) to speak to the video editing class about his career in broadcasting. 
He currently hosts his own sports talk show on 107.7 FM in Oklahoma City weeknights from 6-8 p.m. He files regular video reports  for the station on the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder. Also, he works as the radio voice for the University of Central Oklahoma football team. He has earned broadcasting awards in his capacity at UCO. 
"David Garrett is a person of integrity that has worked at the highest levels of the broadcasting profession," Brandon Jacks said. "He keeps adapting to serve the public the best way possible. He is on the cutting edge of new technology. He is simply one of the best men I have met."
His career spans 40 years in broadcasting.  He served as radio play-by-play voice for the Dallas Cowboys  when they won Super Bowl XXX following the 1995 season. During that time,  he earned numerous broadcasting awards. Before his time with the Cowboys,  Garrett worked as radio voice for the New Orleans Saints. Garrett also has done national NFL radio broadcasts for Westwood One. He has worked for the Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma State Cowboys and Oral Roberts University in his career.  He worked as an analyst on radio for the Sooners'  basketball team that advanced to the national championship game in 1988. He filled in for the late Bob Barry,  Sr. as play-by-play voice on the Oklahoma State radio broadcasts in 1985. He began his career in high school in his hometown.