The list was annoucend this tuesday
The core commentary team includes Pat Parnell, Joe Turpel, Ross Williams and Martin Potter, supported by Peter Mel, Rosy Hodge, Todd Kline, Strider Wasilewski, Ronnie Blakey and other regional experts.
The ASP commentary team will work together with the rest of the Broadcast team to deliver top-of-class coverage of this year’s WCT. Hundreds of hours of content will be produced, allowing fans to watch every moment of the elite competition.
“We’re very excited about the core commentary team for 2014,” Jed Pearson, SVP of Content and Programming, said. “Their experience and background within the sport is unparalleled and for the first time in ASP history, we’ll have a dedicated and consistent team for the sport. In addition to our core team, we look forward to utilizing regional resources around the world to ensure that the broadcast is the best possible quality for the fans.”
The 2014 WCT gets underway in Australia in less than two weeks with the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast and Roxy Pro Gold Coast, March 1 – 12, 2014. The opening stops on the Men’s and Women’s WCT will see the world’s best surfers begin their campaign to win the coveted title of 2014 ASP World Champion.
All WCT events will be webcast live on www.aspworldtour.com and www.youtube.com/ASP. In addition to the LIVE digital offering, there will be linear broadcast coverage on ESPN in the US and in respective international markets as well – partner announcements forthcoming.