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 – 8pm–10pm ET, Sundays – 8pm–10pm 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–12pm 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.
Sundays – 12am- 2am ET
A 22 year veteran of the sports talk show circuit Bill Simonson has hosted the “Hugeshow” in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Austin, Chicago, and for the last 13 years on the Huge Radio Network in Michigan. His show is all about Huge opinions and big name guests. In his career Bill has also hosted on national platforms like ESPN Gamenight, the Fabulous Sports Babe, and Howard Cosell’s “Speaking of Sports” and the Hugeshow Sunday Edition. Bill has voiced NFL Blitz video games and was the football radio play by guy in the recent Kurt Russell movie” Touchback.” Bill loves his five children and radio.
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.
Sunday 10pm-2am ET
Ken Carman has been talking sports since high school, even though he never really knew he’d do it for a living. Before graduating high school in 2004, it was football coaching and teaching that Ken thought he would do. It wasn’t until a high school teacher encouraged him to try radio after a Speech class project, that he thought about doing it. Ken’s broadcasting career began at the University of Akron in 2004 when he became a sports host and disc jockey at the school’s college radio station, WZIP-FM. There, Ken broadcasted high school football and basketball games. In 2008, he parlayed that into a part time job as a board operator at a cluster of stations in Akron, Ohio, eventually moving up to broadcasting games, and hosting sports shows, while reporting news, weather and traffic. During this time, Ken broadcast football and men’s/women’s basketball at Ashland University, and AA-Minor League Baseball for the Akron Rubberducks. In 2011, Ken’s dream job became a reality, as he was picked up by the newly for CBS sports station, 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland to do the evening show. Since 2011, Ken has collected awards including 2015 Cleveland Scene Magazine’s Best of Cleveland, and the 2015 Power Player Award for Northeast Ohio Business Leadership from Smart Business Cleveland.
Ken has also collected more jobs during this time, becoming the host of weekly programming on The Cleveland Browns Radio Network, and in 2015, becoming the host of The Ken Carman Show on CBS Sports Radio, all while taking over the Morning Drive slot on 92.3 The Fan.
An Ohio native, Ken was born and raised in Canton, Ohio and now resides on the west side of Cleveland with his wife, son, and dog. Ken grew up an avid Cleveland sports fan, and enjoys NASCAR, growing up a Dale Earnhardt fan. When not doing shows, he listens to a vast array of music including Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tom Petty, Metallica, Waylon Jennings, all the way to Future.
Sundays – 9:00-11:00AM ET
Damon Amendolara, known by his fans as D.A., hosts Sunday Morning Football (9-11AM ET). During the week, D.A. hosts evenings from 6-10PM ET on CBS SPORTS RADIO. The D.A. show provides a mix of the latest sports news, discussions and controversy, in addition to interviews with tastemakers from the sports world and calls from his avid listeners across the country.
Saturday 10:00PM-12:00 Midnight:
Jamey Eisenberg has been a Senior Fantasy Writer at CBS Sports since 2006. Prior to working at CBSSports.com, he was a staff writer at the Palm Beach Post, where he covered the Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Florida Marlins and every major college in the state of Florida. In 2010, Jamey was recognized as having the most accurate Fantasy Football Draft rankings by Fantasy Pros, an independent site that judges Fantasy analysts throughout the industry. He’s also the most accurate analyst over a four-year period from 2010-13. Jamey lives in South Florida with his wife and son and is the second most famous member of his family to his first cousin, actor Jesse Eisenberg.
Saturday 10:00PM-12:00 Midnight:
Dave Richard has worked for CBS Sports since 2000 and has been a Senior Fantasy Writer for CBSSports.com since 2005. He has played Fantasy Football since the mid-90s, covered the NFL since 2001 and analyzed the game for Fantasy owners everywhere since 2004. Winning several awards and appearing on a number of television shows, radio shows, videos, live events and podcasts along the way, he tries to watch more film than anyone and leans on what his eyes tell him more than what the stats say. He was named the 2013 Fantasy Football Writer of the Year by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.
Saturday 10am- 12pm ET
Drafted 9th overall in 1994 by the Reds, C.J. played for eight Major League teams over a 10-year MLB career. After retiring from baseball in April 2013, Nitkowski began a career in media as a writer, studio host, radio host and color analyst. As a writer he has had articles published for Sports Illustrated, the Associated Press, SB Nation, Baseball Prospectus, and more. Since 2013, he has co-hosted “Eye on Baseball” an all baseball national radio show for
CBS Sports Radio. He also worked for CBS Sports Network where he served as a color analyst on NCAA baseball games. In addition, Nitkowski is a studio analyst for Fox Sports 1 where he works on FS1’s first baseball highlight show “MLB Whip Around” as well as Fox’s Saturday MLB pre and post-game coverage.
Saturday 12pm – 8pm, Sunday 12am – 2am ET
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Ackerman attended NYU and graduated in 1990 with a degree in broadcast journalism. In addition to hosting “Eye on College Football” and “Eye on Football,” Ackerman is a sports anchor. Prior to joining CBS SPORTS RADIO in 2013, Ackerman worked at WFAN in New York as well as stations in Charlotte, Washington DC, Chicago and ESPN Radio.
Saturday 2am-6am, Sunday 2am-6am ET
Paul began his career learning behind the scenes from some of the biggest names is radio, like Mike Francesa, Chris Russo and Don Imus at the legendary WFAN Radio in NY. After working at WFAN, Paul worked as one of Dan Patrick’s producers at ESPN Radio. In addition to being part of the original staff at ESPN Radio, Paul was also an original staffer at WTEM in Washington, DC, where he began his on-air career. He hosted the overnight show in our nation’s capital for nearly 4 years before eventually moving back to his native Connecticut. Paul hosted morning drive on FOX Sports Radio and afternoon drive on ESPN Radio in Hartford. He has been hosting “Nanos at Night” on CBS Sports Radio since late in 2014.