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|Birth name||George William Dunham|
June 28, 1965 |
San Antonio, TX
|Show||Dunham and Miller Show|
|Station(s)||KTCK 1310 AM|
|Time slot||5:30-10:00 AM|
George William Dunham (born June 28, 1965 in San Antonio, Texas); is an American radio personality and member of the Dunham and Miller Show, heard 5:30-10:00 AM on sports radio KTCK 1310 AM  in Dallas, Texas. Dunham co-hosts the show with long-time friend and college roommate Craig Miller, along with their step-son Gordon Keith.
A 1988 graduate of the University of North Texas, Dunham served as the football play-by-play commentator for the school's Mean Green Radio Network from 1994 until 2014. His first on-air experience was at KNTU, the University of North Texas campus radio station. His son was offered and accepted a football scholarship to attend UNT beginning in fall of 2010. Dunham is a 1983 graduate of Carrollton R. L. Turner High School.
From 1999 to 2009, Dunham served as the public address announcer for the Dallas Cowboys at Texas Stadium. When the team moved to AT&T Stadium and changed flagship stations in 2009, he was replaced by local DFW DJ Jody Dean. This is referred to often on the Ticket, as several characters during skits will jokingly refer to Dunham as "Jody".
Dunham did color commentary and play by play for University of North Texas football and basketball games from 1990-2014.
He also provided play-by-play commentary for the Arena League's Dallas Desperados two years before transitioning to Joyce Dunham.
Co-hosts and callers frequently refer to Dunham by the numerous nicknames that he has acquired over the course of his broadcasting career. These including "Georgio," "Jub-Jub," "Jub," "The Jubinator," "The General," "Jah," "The Big Man," and "International Chirp Chirp." 
Emergency Brake of the Week
Dunham is the host of the show's weekly "Emergency Brake of the Week" segment. The segment highlights moments during the past week of programming on the station in which a host or guest made a confusing, odd, or inappropriate comment that disrupted the broadcast. The moments are then voted on by listeners via phone.
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- "AT&T Performing Arts Center. George Dunham Concert Information". Retrieved 2017-02-02.