CBS Sports Radio, which offers around-the-clock national sports coverage and programming, additionally offers non-stop sports updates and breaking news throughout the weekend. An impressive list of CBS RADIO, Cumulus and sports broadcasting personalities round out the comprehensive lineup, offering live, national information and analysis of the hottest topics in sports. Available on nearly 275 affiliate stations across the country, CBS Sports Radio’s programming can be heard on-air, online at www.cbssportsradio.com
and through the Radio.com app for mobile devices.
Sundays – 9am – 11am ET
For 19 years, Mike Francesa teamed with Christopher Russo on the iconic “Mike and the Mad Dog” program on WFAN. “Mike and the Mad Dog” was widely recognized as the most celebrated sports radio program ever. Mike captured the Marconi Award as “Major Market Personality” in 2000 and again in 2012. He joined a very select list of multiple Marconi winners and was the first sportscaster to ever earn radio’s biggest honor more than once. Both Talkers Magazine and Radio Ink recognized Mike as the No. 1 sports talk host in the country, and Talkers ranked Mike the 35th most important personality in radio history. CBS Sports Radio is thrilled to simulcast “Mike Francesa’s NFL Sunday,” now in its 27th season.
Sundays – 2am–6am ET, 10pm–2am ET
A well-traveled veteran and pioneer of sports radio & TV, Amy Lawrence comes to CBS Sports Radio by way of ESPN Radio Network. During her 9 years at ESPN Radio, she was the only regular female host; she was also the first female in Oklahoma history to host her own sports radio talk show. Amy spent a year co-hosting morning radio in Providence, RI, and has handled both play-by-play and color duties for various radio & TV outlets over the past 15 years. Lawrence currently serves as the radio play-by-play voice for the University of Hartford women’s basketball team and an analyst for college basketball on CBS Sports Network.
Moose & Maggie – Saturdays – 6am–10am ET
Ever since he can remember, Marc Malusis wanted to be a sports radio host. In March of 2001, he was hired full-time by CBS RADIO’s WFAN-AM in New York as a board op and later a producer for the pioneering ‘Mike & the Mad Dog’ program. In January 2007, after learning and growing from the best in the business, Malusis was hired as an overnight host for WFAN. In addition to his work at CBS Sports Radio, Malusis works for SNY in New York, as well as hosts pre and post games for Rutgers football.
Moose & Maggie – Saturdays – 6am–10am ET
Maggie Gray, heard on CBS Sports Radio alongside Marc Malusis, is currently the lead anchor for all of SI.com’s online video content. Prior to joining SI.com, Gray was a host, reporter, and play-by-play announcer for the MSG Network, MSG Varsity, ESPN-U and MLB.com. She has covered the NBA and MLB for Westwood One Sports (now Dial Global) and worked as a producer for Westwood One for both the Athens and Turin Olympics. Gray spent a year with NBA TV as a production assistant, as well as working for the AP during the inaugural season of the Washington Nationals.
Saturdays – 6pm–10pm ET, Sundays – 2pm–6pm ET
Sports talk show veteran Jody McDonald was an inaugural member of WFAN New York, the first ever 24/7 sports talk station in the country. During his over 25 year career in broadcasting, McDonald has hosted mid days at WFAN, WIP in Philadelphia and ESPN New York, as well as afternoon drive at Sportstalk 950 WPEN in Philadelphia. In addition, he has hosted shows on Sirius XM and filled in on ESPN and Fox Sports Radio, including the Dan Patrick show on both radio and television. He continues to fill in on WFAN and WIP, including handling weekday Phillies post game duties, as well as at Sirius XM.
ADAM “THE BULL” GERSTENHABER:
Saturdays – 10am–2pm ET
Brooklyn native “Adam The Bull” is heard weekdays from 2:00-7:00pm on The Bull and Fox Show on 92.3 The FAN in Cleveland, OH. Before his move to afternoons in Cleveland, Adam was a regular fill-in host at CBS RADIO’s flagship sports radio station, WFAN, in his hometown. Adam has worked in sports radio since the late 1990s and has done play-by-play for minor league baseball and Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame Games.
Saturdays – 2pm-6pm ET
Gregg Giannotti is the host of The Fan Morning Show on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan (KDKA-FM). Before joining Paul Alexander and Jim Colony in the mornings Gregg hosted his own show from 6p-10p every night on The Fan. Gregg also hosts “Fan Reaction” a call in show after every Steelers game. Prior to joining The Fan in Pittsburgh Gregg was a producer and part time host at WFAN in New York. Gregg has also worked for Sirius Satellite radio and the NHL. Gregg graduated from Hofstra University and currently resides on the South Side.
Sundays – 6am–9am ET
John Kincade hosts the “JK Show” Sunday Mornings from 6:00-10:00am ET on CBS Sports Radio. The “JK Show” has been a Sunday morning staple nationwide since 2007. In addition, Kincade has been the co-host of “Buck and Kincade” on CBS Sports Radio affiliate, 680 The Fan, since 2000. It is the longest running sports talk radio show in the Southeast. He previously worked for ESPN Radio Network, and his broadcast career began as a contributor to WIP Philadelphia’s popular Morning Show with Angelo Cataldi.