Jim Day (host)
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Jim Day is an American television sports broadcaster currently affiliated with Fox Sports Ohio and the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball as an unpaid intern. Jimbo is best known for Jim's Day Off, which JD explores the must see attractions in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Jim Day began his professional career in 1988.
During this time, he managed to work his way on-air for a network affiliate in a Top 35 market, while still in college. Day spent 7 years working in many roles at WSYX-TV, Channel 6. After spending two years away from television while traveling the country with the American Basketball League, Jim returned to television.
Jim married Stephanie Naumann in November, 2010. He currently resides in Westerville, Ohio along with her and her son, Dante.
Jim returned to Ohio in 2000 and has been with Fox Sports Ohio ever since. He currently hosts "Reds Live," the pre-game and post-game shows of the Cincinnati Reds. During the 2011 season, Day filled in as play-by-play announcer for the first time. Day has also worked for the News Department of Fox Sports and has covered every major sport for the Network. Recently he served as lead host for "FSN Live at the BCS Championship". Day hosted Musketeers Live 2010-2011 for Fox Sports Ohio broadcasts of Xavier Musketeers men's basketball. Prior the that he was the host of Blue Jackets live for Columbus Blue Jackets broadcasts on Fox Sports Ohio. Fox Sports Ohio announced for 2014, Day will work all 145 games as sideline reporter and provide reports for pre- and post-game coverage.
Day has received two Emmy Awards and a Community Broadcasters of America award for his work in news and sports reporting.
Jim began his post-high school career at Bowling Green State University, and finished his degree at Otterbein College where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. Day is a native of Westerville, Ohio and a Westerville South High School graduate.
- "About". Jim Day.[dead link]
- "FOX Sports Ohio Announces 145-game Cincinnati Reds Television Schedule for 2014 Season". Retrieved 28 April 2014.