Rich Marotta spent two seasons (1976-78) alongside Bob Miller as the television/radio color analyst for the Los Angeles Kings.

Following his time with the Kings, Marotta also spent 11 years in the broadcast booth with the NFL's Los Angeles Raiders and four years with the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, making Marotta the only sportscaster ever to have been a part of the regular broadcast teams of three major league sports franchises in Los Angeles.

Since 1991, as KFI's sports authority, Marotta can be heard on the Bill Handel Show on KFI AM 640 Radio, and XTRA Sports AM 570 in Los Angeles.

Marotta is a four-time Emmy award winner for his television work on KCAL doing boxing ringside color commentary and Raiders preseason play-by-play. Also, as ringside commentator for FOX Sports Net's weekly Sunday Night Fights, KCAL's Fight Night and host of Rich Marotta's Neutral Corner boxing talk show on AM 570, he is considered one of the nation's foremost boxing experts.

He currently calls boxing on Fox Sports Net television, pay per view, and Showtime. In 2006, Marotta was named recipient of the Sam Taub Award, given annually to the "Broadcaster of the Year" by the Boxing Writers Association of America. Marotta has won 10 Golden Mike awards and four L.A. area Emmys.