Steve Kashul serves as the pregame, halftime, and post-game host for the Chicago Bulls, working alongside the play-by-play team of Chuck Swirsky and Bill Wennington on the Chicago Bulls Radio Network. He is co-owner of Channel Fore, Inc, a media production company that produces the Golf Scene for television and radio. He serves as the principal host of that show. He is also director of membership at Kemper Lakes Golf Club in Kildeer, Illinois. He received two Emmy Awards for his work as host of Chicago Bulls Basketball on SportsChannel from 1991 to 1997 and received a Telly Award (recognized worldwide for excellence in broadcast television) in 2006 for his work as host of The Golf Scene. But sixteen-inch softball knows Steve as one of the premier voices of Chicago softball. In 1993, with the help of Les Duncan, Miller Beer, and Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants, the Grant Park Old Style Classic was televised from Grant Park. In fact, Steve broadcast games fifteen-years ago from the very place that Barrack Obama gave his historic Grant Park victory speech in November 2008. He also was the voice of the Pro League at Forest Park and Mt. Prospect. Steve later joined fellow Hall of Fame inductee Mike North to broadcast countless legendary games on Thursday night from Grant Park, Mt. Prospect, and Forest Park for the next four years. Additionally, he has appeared on a national scale as the lead announcer and voice of the Senior PGA Tour for CNBC in 2001 and has appeared during live events on the Golf Channel. Kashul has also served as the play-by-play voice for the Celebrity Golf Association’s Professional Golf Tour, Big Ten’s Women’s Volleyball, Illinois High School Association sporting events, and Men’s Professional 16-inch softball. He was a reporter and host for the Notre Dame Football Coaches Show and was a host of The Spirit of Sports, a show focusing on Special Olympics in Illinois. Steve is a featured writer / columnist for the Chicago District Golfer magazine and is a former writer for the Chicago Sun Times, focusing on high school athletics. He has also served on numerous committees, including The March of Dimes, LaRabida Children’s Hospital, Midtown Educational Foundation, Illinois Special Olympics, and the Chicago Cubs Managers Association. He is a graduate of DePaul University in Chicago where he majored in Communications. He was born and raised in Park Ridge, Illinois. He and his wife, Cindy, have two sons, Cory and Troy. They live in Naperville, Illinois.