Noah Eagle was destined to make it as a broadcaster. His father, Ian, has been a standard for several decades on television, and the son emulated his every move, including graduating from the prestigious Newhouse School at Syracuse University.
Even so, the ascent was never supposed to be this fast. Noah is 25 years old, just three years removed from college courses and just over the legal age to rent a car. Yet Eagle is already the established radio voice for the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, an NFL and College Football broadcaster on a national level, and has become one of the standouts on the Tennis Channel airwaves.
How has the young commentator kept up with all these gigs while staying grounded and humble? He joined the Tennis Channel Inside-In Podcast to explain why he thrives in the action, and why there’s always room to improve: