J.T. "The Brick" with Tomm LooneyWeekdays 1 am - 6 amYou won’t find a more fast-paced, high energy show at night than J.T. The Brick. Using his booming voice, J.T. hosts radio’s most interactive show, fielding calls from listeners nationwide. Joined by co-host Tomm Looney, the two bring a fresh and original attitude to nighttime sports talk radio.
Jay Mohr SportsWeekdays 12 pm - 3 pm ETJay Mohr Sports features the latest sports news, in addition to interviews with top athletes and celebrities. Highlighted by Mohr's trademark comedic style and unique perspective as a multi-media star, he interacts with listeners daily.
Dan PatrickWeekdays 9 am - 12 pm ETLegendary sports host Dan Patrick entertains America along with his sidekicks, "The Danettes." The Dan Patrick Show features top interviews from the world of sports. Patrick effortlessly provides a “comfort zone” for his co-hosts. Fans can see the show live daily on DirecTV and FOX Sports Net.
Loose Cannons with Pat O'Brien & Steve HartmanWeekdays 3 pm - 7 pm ETLegendary broadcaster Pat O'Brien and veteran Steve Hartman feature their passion for analysis, entertainment and sports knowledge, making it the perfect blend for sports talk radio.
Petros & MoneyWeekdays 7 pm - 10 pm ETPetros Papadakis and Matt "Money" Smith are the future of sports talk radio. Bringing their unique style on air, Petros & Money features the latest in sports, pop-culture, and everything men want to talk about. This 30-something duo is reshaping sports talk radio, and entertaining Men from 18-49.
Fox Sports DaybreakWeekdaysCincinnati sports talk veteran Andy Furman and former NFL defensive back Artrell Hawkins team up to host FOX Sports Radio's new morning drive program, FOX Sports Daybreak. Furman and Hawkins bring their expert analysis and upbeat personalities to get the morning started off right.
FOX Sports Tonight with Rob Dibble & Amy Van DykenMonday - Friday 10 pm - 1 am ETFOX Sports Tonight features the voices of six-time Olympic Gold medalist Amy Van Dyken and former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Rob Dibble. Each night Dibble and Van Dyken provide a recap of the day in sports and entertainment, and preview what's coming up next in this informational and entertaining show.
The Ben Maller ShowWeekends 1 am - 7 am ETHost of the Ben Maller Show, weekend overnights on FOX Sports Radio.
Anthony Gargano & Lincoln KennedySaturday 9 am - 1 pm ETAnthony Gargano & Lincoln Kennedy on FOX Sports Radio.
Mike NorthSaturday 7 pm - 10 pm ET & Sunday 10 pm - 1 am ETMike North on FOX Sports Radio.
J.T. the BrickFootball fanatic J.T. first gained national attention by hosting two shows simultaneously; a popular overnight show and a national afternoon show for SportsFan. He's also hosted the Oakland Raiders pre- and post-game shows for KTCT in San Francisco and Behind the Shield, on FOX Sports Bay Area.
Tomm LooneyLooney has served as the announcer of The Best Damn Sports Show, Period on FOX Sports Net for the past three years. He's worked in Los Angeles Radio for the past six years with stints at KLSX-FM 97.1, KFWB News 980, and FOX Sports AM 1150. He joined FOX Sports Radio in 2003.
Dan PatrickDan Patrick, in addition to hosting The Dan Patrick Show, is the co-host of NBC's Football Night in America, and serves as a senior writer for Sports Illustrated. Patrick’s radio show features astute knowledge, a dry sense of humor and his unique perspective.
Jay MohrActor, comedian, sports personality and radio host Jay Mohr launched his career with SNL and Jerry Maguire. He’s appeared in more than 200 episodes of network television, starred in over 25 films, and been a regular guest host and contributor on the highest rated sports radio shows in the country.
Lincoln KennedyKennedy was the 9th overall pick in the 1993 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. In 1995, he was traded to the Oakland Raiders, where he was named to 2 consecutive Pro Bowls (3 career) and anchored the offensive line in Super Bowl XXXVII. He later co-hosted NFL Network’s NFL Total Access.
Anthony GarganoGargano hosts a weekday show on SportsRadio 610-WIP in Philadelphia, as well as pre and post-game shows for the Eagles, Phillies, and major sporting events. He’s an anchor at Fox 29-TV, and a writer for AOLSports.com. He formerly wrote for the New York Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, and AP.
Mike NorthNorth launched the “NFL Handicap Show” on WSBC/Chicago in 1990. In 1992, the 1st Chicago-based sports radio station was born, where North co-hosted “The Monsters of the Midday,” later hosting “The Mike North Show,” and then “The Wise Guys.” He’s won 4 Achievement in Radio Awards and 2 Emmys.
Amy Van DykenAt the 1996 Olympics, Amy won 4 gold medals and Most Decorated Athlete. She earned 2 more gold medals in Sydney, and was inducted into the International Swimming and Olympic Hall of Fames. She’s been a sideline reporter in Seattle and Denver, and co-host of “Chris and Amy in the Morning” in Phoenix.
Rob DibbleDuring his MLB career, Dibble was a two-time All-Star and the 1990 NLCS “Most Valuable Player.” He co-hosted FSN’s "The Best Damn Sports Show Period," and was later a baseball analyst on FOX. Rob went on to co-host two XM radio shows, and then served as an analyst for online videos on FOXSports.com.
Petros PapadakisFormer USC football star Papadakis got his start doing TV analysis for Fox Sports Net and radio work on the Trojan flagship station. He also did sideline reporting and magazine-show hosting. The Petros Papadakis Show began in 2004, the same time he debuted as FSN’s lead college football analyst.
Matt "Money" SmithDuring college, Smith answered phones at modern rock station KROQ, where his love of sports brought him close to then “Sports Guy” Jimmy Kimmel. Nicknamed “Money,” he went on-air doing comedy bits. Matt later joined Polygram Records, then DreamWorks Records, and was Kimmel’s successor at KROQ.
Steve HartmanHartman is the weekend sports anchor for KTLA in Los Angeles. He’s worked as a writer, team executive, and broadcaster, for which he’s been nominated "Best Radio Analyst" and "Best Radio Talk Show Host" by the SCSBA. He helped launch XTRA, now KLAC, the 1st all-sports station in Southern California.
Pat O'BrienEmmy-award winning O’Brien anchored events throughout his 16-year association with CBS Sports, and hosted several Olympics for NBC. He has a rich background in entertainment, anchoring "Access Hollywood" and "The Insider." Additionally, he wrote a regular sports column for the New York Daily News.
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