James Huber joined CNN Sports in 1984, and since that time he has participated in sports broadcasting for major sporting events including the Olympics.
Huber came to CNN after seven years as sports anchor for WXIA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Atlanta. During that time, he also worked for TBS as the writer of two documentaries chronicling the Atlanta Braves' pennant stretches: "It's a Long Way to October" and "A Tale of Two Seasons," the latter winning a CableACE. Jim Huber spent the first 10 years of his career in print journalism, first with the Miami News, where he was the Miami Dolphins beat writer, and then with the Atlanta Journal, where he wrote features and profiles on the Atlanta Hawks and the Atlanta Falcons.
While with CNN, the veteran sports reporter has won a national Sports Emmy, the highest award in sports journalism, and has been nominated for three others. He won four CableAce awards and two New York Film Festival gold medals. Throughout his career, he has received numerous awards and critical acclaim.