Hosts

Esiason, who quarterbacked the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals during a 14-year NFL career, also serves as studio analyst for THE NFL TODAY, the CBS Television Network’s NFL pre-game show.
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Gregg Giannotti
Gregg Giannotti teamed up with Boomer Esiason in January 2018 to form “Boomer & Gio,” WFAN’s morning show.
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Joe, a.k.a. Joe from Saddle River, got his big break in radio in 1994, when he won WFAN’s Fan Appreciation Day contest and was awarded a guest host spot on the station.
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Evan Roberts, who was first heard on WFAN when he was just 10 years old (he did updates on the Imus in the morning program), is the co -host of the Midday Show with Joe Benigno.
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Chris Carlin
Chris Carlin, one of the hosts of “The Afternoon Drive With Carlin, Maggie and Bart” rejoined WFAN in December 2017 with nearly 20 years of experience in radio and television.
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Maggie Gray
Maggie Gray forms one-third of WFAN’s “The Afternoon Drive With Carlin, Maggie and Bart,” which airs weekdays from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
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Bart Scott
Bart Scott is one of the hosts of WFAN’s “The Afternoon Drive,” which airs weekdays from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
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Mike Francesa
WFAN
Now into his fourth decade with WFAN, Mike Francesa has firmly established himself as the most celebrated and successful sports talk show host in the history of radio.
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Steve Somers
Steve Somers, a.k.a., “The Schmoozer”, is truly a “FAN original”, having been an on air fixture on WFAN since the station debuted on July 1, 1987.
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Beginning in January , 2006, Tony Paige took over as the overnight sports talk show host on WFAN (Sports Radio 66) in New York City.
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John Jastremski
Born and raised in Staten Island, John grew up with WFAN as the soundtrack to his sports life.
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Chris Moore
Chris Moore first appeared on WFAN in the summer of ’93, and after various play-by-play and sports-talk jobs through the years, he is still with the FAN 25 year later.
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Richard Neer
Richard Neer played soccer and baseball at Adelphi University in Garden City while getting his start in radio at the campus station. He went on to create WLIR-FM as a rock station with his longtime friend, Michael Harrison.
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Ed Randall
The one-time substitute for the legendary Yankee Stadium public address announcer Bob Sheppard and analyst for New York Yankees telecasts on WWOR-TV, Ed Randall’s name is nationally recognized and known to the world as synonymous with baseball, held in the highest esteem as one of the game’s...
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Bob Salter
Bob Salter is a 30-year broadcast veteran. Bob traces his early interest in radio to listening late night to distant radio stations.
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Rick Wolff
Wolff's lively call-in show focuses on contemporary and controversial issue that confront parents of athletes of all ages – from kids just starting out in sports to experienced travel team athletes at the high school level.
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