MIDLAND, Mich. – ESPN 100.9-FM is pleased to announce the promotion of Brad Tunney to the station’s lead play-by-play broadcaster, and the hiring of Blake Froling as a new play-by-play broadcaster and content coordinator. Tunney, who has
Shep, Shower ‘N’ Shave is hosted by longtime Michigan sports personality Matt Shepard. The show airs on tape delay weekdays from 12-3 p.m. (it airs live from 6-9 a.m. on its flagship 1130 AM WDFN in Detroit). It
LANSING, Mich. – Out of the 521 registered radio stations in the state, awards were handed out to 44 of them at the 2016 Michigan Association of Broadcasters “Broadcast Excellence Awards” held at the Lansing Center on
Chris and Matt were back in the hot seat as they filled in for Bill Simonson on Presidents’ Day. They talked about Michigan and Michigan State’s chances to make the NCAA Tourney, plus some Tigers.
Chris Vosters and Matt DeVries filled in on The Huge Show as they talked Tigers, Michigan vs Michigan State and our favorite sports broadcasters!
From the ESPN 100.9-FM studios atop Dow Diamond, two of our own Chris Vosters and Matt DeVries filled in and hosted The Huge Show. Saginaw native Stu Schweigert stopped by, along CMU head coach Keno Davis.
Jay Arons heads out to Currie Golf Course in ESPN 100.9-FM’s backyard of Midland to check out the local spot and get and update on how the course is playing.
Designed in 1992 by golf architect Dick Nugent, The Fortress reflects characteristics of golf’s early Scottish origins. The Fortress encompasses 6,813 yards of formidable play on an 18-hole, par 72 course.
Director of Operations, Head Golf Professional and PGA Member Jon Conklin spends some time with our Jay Arons as he describes the conditions at Bucks Run in Mt. Pleasant.
Tough loss when the bats fell silent late for the Loons late against the South Bend Cubs. Following the game outside the clubhouse, catcher Jake Henson spoke with our Brad Tunney.