Emmy Statue

Jack Harry



A legend in Kansas City, sportscaster Jack Harry has been covering sports in the area for over 40 years. He has served as Sports Director at three television stations in Kansas City: WDAF-TV, KCTV-TV and KSHB-TV, his current employer. He can also be heard on Sports Radio 810 as a commentator and host of the Kansas City Chiefs postgame show. Jack Harry worked closely with Tom Watson to promote the success of the Children’s Mercy Hospital Golf Classic for more than twenty years, a tournament that raised more than $6,000,000 to help sick children all over the country.

Over the course of his career, Harry has been play-by-play announcer for a number of athletic events, hosted various sports shows, served as a sporting analyst, and covered numerous World Series games, Final Four tournaments, and PGA Tournaments. Long time Chiefs fans will remember Harry as host of the Hank Stram Show, and subsequently the Marv Levy Show. Jack has been recognized for his decades of covering sports, being named the Joe McGuff Journalist of the Year and received the 2009 Diversity Advocate in Sports from the Olathe chapter of the NAACP.