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Redskins Chief Content Officer/Senior VP Larry Michael retires

The "Voice of the Redskins" Larry Michael has announced he is retiring after 16 years with the organization. Michael's final title with the Redskins was Chief Content Officer/Senior Vice President.

The team declined to comment about Michael’s retirement. Bio:

Larry Michael is the “Voice of the Washington Redskins.” He also hosts Redskins Nation on a daily basis on NBC Sports Washington as well as The Redskins Coach’s Show with Jay Gruden on NBC-4. He is an 12-time Emmy Award Winner who currently serves as the team’s Chief Content Officer. His responsibilities also include production of all video content for TV, as well as production of all Redskins Broadcast Network television shows and broadcasts.

Michael’s recent hosting duties have also included WRC’s Inside the Redskins and WTTG’s Redskins Game Time. His resume includes eight Olympic Games, 21 U.S. Open Golf Championships, 12 Masters Tournaments and 12 Super Bowls. Michael has also showcased his vocal talent away from football, working as a part of HBO’s Boxing Beat (1997-2003), Comcast SportsNet’s Ballroom Boxing (1996-2006), as well as serving as the voice of the George Washington Colonials.

Michael’s background also includes his tenure with Westwood One, the nation’s leader in radio program syndication, as Executive Producer and Senior Vice President, for whom his duties included rights negotiations, programming and production with the NFL, USGA, Masters, NCAA, NHL, Notre Dame and NBC Olympics.

Michael graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in Radio, Television and Film. He is active in area charities, including the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Joe Gibbs Youth for Tomorrow Youth Home.