Hank Goldberg, a pioneering, longtime fixture in South Florida sports radio, has died.
Goldberg, 82, suffered from long-term kidney problems. His sister, Liz Goldberg, confirmed his passing to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
“His voice was one of the building blocks of sports radio in Miami,” Marc Hochman, host of the Hochman & Crowder show that runs 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays on 560 WQAM, told The Miami Herald.
“He enjoyed not being the warm and fuzzy radio friend,” Hochman said. “He embraced being the acerbic radio host.”
Goldberg also served as a radio analyst for the Miami Dolphins.
– Joe Henderson, Extensive Enterprises Media