The FOX Sports Radio Network, based in Los Angeles, California, is a division of Premiere Networks in partnership with FOX Sports. With studios also in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Tampa, Phoenix, Cincinnati and Las Vegas, the FOX Sports Radio Network can be heard on more than 400 stations, as well as FOXSports.com on MSN and iHeartRadio.
FOX Sports Radio has developed an all-star lineup of sports radio hosts and personalities since its inception in 2000. Below is the current network programming information:
FOX Sports Daybreak with Andy Furman & Artrell Hawkins (Weekdays: 3am-6am PT/6am-9am ET) - Cincinnati sports talk veteran Andy Furman and former NFL defensive back Artrell Hawkins team up to host FOX Sports Radio’s morning drive program, FOX Sports Daybreak. Furman and Hawkins bring their expert analysis and upbeat personalities to listeners across the country to get the morning started off right.
The Dan Patrick Show (Weekdays: 6am-9am PT/9am-12pm ET) - Legendary multi-platform sports host Dan Patrick entertains America in morning drive along with his sidekicks, "The Danettes." The Dan Patrick Show features the most extensive A-list interviews from the world of sports entertainment. The radio show features astute knowledge, a dry sense of humor and Patrick's unique perspective, as well as a style which provides a “comfort zone” for his co-hosts. Fans can also see The Dan Patrick Show live on TV each day on DirecTV (Audience Network) and NBC Sports Network.
Jay Mohr Sports (Weekdays: 9am-12pm PT/12pm-3pm ET)- Starring actor, comedian, sports personality and radio host Jay Mohr, Jay Mohr Sports features the latest sports news, in addition to conversations with top athletes and celebrities. The live, daily sports talk and entertainment program is highlighted by Mohr's trademark comedic style and unique perspective as a multi-media star, coupled with his engaging personality and interaction with listeners.
FOX Sports Primetime featuring Pat O'Brien with Steve Hartman (Weekdays: 12pm-4pm PT/3pm-7pm ET) - Starring legendary sports and entertainment host Pat O'Brien and television and radio veteran Steve Hartman, Loose Cannons is the perfect blend of personality. Featuring Steve's passion for analysis and stats with Pat's rich background in entertainment and sports, this duo creates radio magic!
Petros & Money with Petros Papadakis & Matt "Money" Smith (Weekdays: 4pm-7pm PT/7pm-10pm ET) - Relatable and hilarious, Petros Papadakis and Matt "Money" Smith are the future of sports talk radio. Bringing their unique style to the national airwaves, Petros & Money features the latest in sports, pop-culture, and everything men want to talk about. The eclectic sound of this 30-something duo is re-writing the rules of sports talk radio, as they deliver a whole new level of entertainment to Men 18-49.
FOX Sports Tonight with Rob Dibble and Amy Van Dyken (Weekdays: 7pm-10pm PT/10pm-1am ET) - FOX Sports Tonight features the voices of six-time Olympic Gold medalist Amy Van Dyken, and former Cincinnati Reds pitcher and two-time MLB All Star Rob Dibble. Each night, Dibble and Van Dyken shake things up as they take listeners through a recap of the day in sports and entertainment, and preview what's coming up next in this informational and entertaining show.
J.T. The Brick' (Weekdays: 10pm-3am PT/1am-6amET) - You won't find a more fast-paced, high energy show at night than J .T. The Brick. Using his outspoken, big, booming voice, J.T. hosts radio's most interactive show as he fields calls from listeners across the country. Joined each night by co-host Tomm Looney, their outspoken dialogue is second to none, as they bring a new attitude to nighttime sports talk radio.
Ben Maller (Saturday & Sunday: 10pm-3am PT/1am-6am ET) – When the moon comes out, Ben Maller emerges with the most entertaining weekend overnights in sports radio. One of the original sports bloggers, Maller brings his insight and strong opinions to sports fans everywhere.
Seth Everett (Saturday: 3am-6am PT/6am-9am ET) - FOX Sports Radio’s in-house MLB analyst Seth Everett hosts this Saturday morning show centered around all things sports. It’s the perfect start to your weekend!
Anthony Gargano & Lincoln Kennedy (Saturday: 6am-10am PT/9am-1p ET) – Anthony Gargano, the #1 midday host from Philadelphia's sports leader WIP, joins Lincoln Kennedy, a retired NFL player best known for his tenure as right tackle for the Oakland Raiders, in this weekend show featuring football talk and entertainment from two of the most experienced and opinionated voices in sports.
Bobby Bones (Saturday: 10am-12pm PT/1pm-3pm ET) – Syndicated morning star Bobby Bones knows sports! Bobby and his team cover breaking news, keep up with the games in progress and hang out with some of today’s biggest sports and entertainment personalities.
FOX College Football Now with Steve Hartman & Chris Rix (Saturday: 12pm-4pm PT/3pm-7pm ET) – Television and radio veteran Steve Hartman joins former Florida State Quarterback Chris Rix to talk all things college football in this entertaining and fast-paced show. Keep up with the games of the day, hear key interviews and get analysis each weekend from this outspoken duo.
Mike North (Saturday: 4pm-7pm PT/7pm-10pm ET) – Chicago's Emmy-Award winning sports talk legend and “wise guy” Mike North brings you hard-hitting sports opinions with some added fun every weekend. North's shows feature his takes on the biggest topics of the day from college football to the NFL, as well as his winning picks.
College Football Recap with TJ Rives (Saturday: 7pm-10pm PT/10pm-1am ET) - Every Saturday night, college football analyst and sideline commentator TJ Rives recaps the week in college football, with highlights and inside analysis.
SPEED SPORT on FOX with Rob D’Amico (Sunday: 3am-5am PT/6am-8am ET) – Rob D’Amico drives you through the week in racing with this exciting weekend morning show featuring coverage across the spectrum of motorsports, and live interaction with racing’s rabid fans.
FOX Fantasy with Mike North & Michael Harmon (Sunday: 5am-7am PT/8am-10am ET) – Featuring NFL talk, injury reports, matchups and last-minute substitutions, North and Harmon are your football fantasy insiders every weekend.
FOX Football Today with Artrell Hawkins & Bill Reiter (Sunday: 7am-9am PT/10am-12pm ET) – Former NFL defensive back Artrell Hawkins teams up each weekend with FOX Sports 1 Contributor and FOX Sports Radio Insider Bill Reiter to provide expert analysis and inside updates on the NFL games of the day. This preview show serves as a great lead-in to the NFL on FOX simulcast.
NFL on FOX TV Simulcast (9am-10am PT/12pm-1pm ET) - Each week, FOX Sports Radio brings you the best pre-game team in football. Howie, Terry, Jimmy, Michael and Curt live. It’s the “NFL on FOX,” Sunday mornings all season long.
The Blitz with Ben Maller & Tomm Looney (Sunday: 10am-4pm PT/1pm-7pm ET) - A football fanatic's dream, this show features non-stop highlights, fantasy stats, instant analysis and postgame interviews from the NFL on FOX broadcasters and the stars of the game.
FOX Overtime with Andy Furman & Lincoln Kennedy (Sunday: 4pm-7pm PT/7pm-10pm ET) - Legendary Cincinnati sports talk host and two-time #1 Ohio Sports Talker Andy Furman, and NFL free agent Kirk Morrison team up for this football intensive, rapid recap of the day’s biggest games and top stories.
FOX Football Tonight with Mike North (Sunday: 7pm-10pm PT/10pm-1am ET) - Chicago's Emmy-Award winning sports talk legend and “wise guy” Mike North wraps up the weekend in football with his takes on the games of the day, the matchups for the upcoming week, and instant fan feedback.
Home of the Sacramento Kings,San Jose Sharks,& Oakland Raiders. Weekdays Jim Rome 12pm-3pm, JT the Brick 12am-3am and FOX Sports Daybreak 3am-5:30am, Weekends all day. NFL football, if Raiders aren't playing, on Westwood One. We're the Voice of the Sacramento Sports Fan, 1140 the Fan.
Partial affiliate(weeknights 7 PM-5 AM[when the station switches to a simulcast of WMUR-TV's "News 9 Daybreak"], 24-hours on weekends(except for "The Press Box with Bob Lund" from 5-7PM on Mondays, "Richie Parker's Sports Buzz"(10AM-Noon on Saturdays), "Money Basics with Steve and Cynthia" from 6-7 PM on Tuesdays and some local sports events)
Flagship for the Dayton Dragons and Dayton affiliate for NASCAR. The Chick Ludwig Show in afternoon drive. Holds the distinction of being Dan Patrick's hometown affiliate (Dan's first on-air job was at sister station WTUE in the late 1970s).
Tennessee SmokiesSouthern League Baseball affiliate station. The Sports Animal network of stations in Tennessee was sold to Cumulus Broadcasting and now carries Yahoo Sports Radio in addition to local University of Tennessee programming.