“The listeners happen to be awesome. I especially wish to thank Bob Philips and Dave Labrozzi for that chance. I’d a great conversation using the station and it was told it had been an economic decision.
Labrozzi and Philips are 105.7 The Fan and CBS radio executives.
Steve Davis has gone out as co-host from the “Norris &lifier Davis” morning display on WJZ-FM (105.7 The Fan), the veteran sportscaster confirmed Friday mid-day.
Additionally to Davis departing, Jerry Coleman said that he’ll be on air 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays beginning Monday included in a brand new selection.
magazine. A lot of individuals cuts involve longtime on-air talent. That appears is the bigger picture and may suggest there can be more switch to come at 105.7 The Fan.
“I can not wait to find how it is prefer to sleep past 3:30 a.m. and obtain a complete night’s sleep. I have been carrying this out 27 years. This stuff happen. I am searching toward exploring newer and more effective possibilities I’ve been focusing on. I’ll keep people up-to-date on Twitter @SteveDavisBmore.”
“I am really happy with the show. We went from ninth in ratings the month before I began to number 1 within three several weeks. I wish to thank our listeners to make us, for a lot of the final six years, the very best rated show in the station as well as in morning drive in Baltimore.
Davis sent the following statement towards the Sun inside a text Friday mid-day:
Since 2009, Davis has additionally possessed Steve Davis Media Group, that provides companies and nonprofits video production services and inspirational speeches from Davis, based on his LinkedIn page.
The 1988 Boston College graduate found Baltimore to pay for sports for WBFF (Fox 45) in 1994 from KOIN-TV in Portland, Or. He became a member of WBAL radio in 2004. Davis has won a regional Edward R. Murrow award along with a National Sports Story of the season award in the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Davis, that has been in Baltimore and Washington Radio and tv since 1994, became a member of 105.7 this year after being let go by WBAL radio with what management there characterised like a cost-cutting move. He’d been in WBAL for 5 years as host of “Sportsline with Steve Davis,” a well known talk show.
Calls and emails to station management weren’t came back Friday.