Terry Moore

Terry M. Moore currently serves as events and locker room reporter and production
editor for both MCW Com and the Michigan Radio Network and as an announcer with MCW.
A member of the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association since 1995, Moore has been a member
of the DSBA’s Elections Committee for the past decade.
Terry began his broadcasting career as a newscaster with radio station WAYN at Wayne
State University in Detroit, graduating from WSU in 1985 with a B.A. in television, radio and film.
Moore then moved to WQBH-1400AM in Detroit for a six year stint which included duties as
Sports Director and Assistant Program Director.
While at WQBH, Moore also began working for Phone Programs in Detroit in 1989 as
an announcer, reporter and producer for the Sports Phone (R) operation. When MCW assumed
the Detroit Sports Phone (R) contracts in 1997, Moore became the primary reporter for GM
Kurt Schneider’s new company.
Terry’s coverage assignments have included the 1989, 1990 and 2004 Detroit Pistons
Championship runs in the NBA Finals, the Detroit Red Wings in the 1997, 1998 and 2002 NHL
Stanley Cup Championship Finals, the 1989 NCAA men’s basketball champion University of
Michigan Wolverines,the 2000 NCAA men’s basketball champion Michigan State Spartans and
the 1996 US Open Golf Championship.
Moore was a freshman collegiate baseball player for Wisconsin-Stevens Point whose career
was ended due to knee surgery, prompting his transfer to Wayne. While at Stevens Point he
was a classmate of current Detroit Pistons assistant coach Terry Porter.
Terry revived his diamond career with the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association softball team where he was both Rookie-of-the-Year and Most Valuable Player in 1990, ‘Mr. T’ (tournament MVP) in 1995 and co-MVP in 1998. In his ten seasons with the DSBA Soft Brawlers he hit for a career .510-BA in 247 games and holds both the single season and career triples records.
Terry is also the proud son of former negro league baseball star James ‘Bullet’ Moore of
the Detroit Stars, who has been honored at Comerica Park ceremonies in Downtown Detroit annually the past several seasons.