|Call sign||Radio frequency||Station identification||Market||State|
|WBGG||970 AM||970 ESPN||Pittsburgh||Pennsylvania|
|WSAN||1470 AM||The Fox||Allentown||Pennsylvania|
|WRKY||104.9 FM||Altoona's Rock Station||Altoona||Pennsylvania|
|WTNA||1430 AM||ESPN 1430||Altoona||Pennsylvania|
|WMBA||1460 AM||Beaver County's Hometown Station||Ambridge||Pennsylvania|
|WBVP||1230 AM||Beaver County's Hometown Station||Beaver Falls||Pennsylvania|
|WBVE||107.5 FM||B Rock||Bedford||Pennsylvania|
|WESB||1490 AM||NewsRadio 1490||Bradford||Pennsylvania|
|WISR||680 AM||Butler's Hometown Station||Butler||Pennsylvania|
|WCHA||800 AM||True Oldies 96.3||Chambersburg||Pennsylvania|
|WKNB||104.3 FM||Kinzua Country 104||Clarendon||Pennsylvania|
|KHB-FM||103.9 FM||103.9 KHB||Connellsville||Pennsylvania|
|WRQW||107.7 FM||Rocky 94 & 107||Cooperstown||Pennsylvania|
|WRKT||104.9 FM||Rocket 105||Erie||Pennsylvania|
|WGET||1320 AM||ESPN Radio 1320||Gettysburg||Pennsylvania|
|WYLE||95.1 FM||Willie 95.1||Grove City||Pennsylvania|
|WRVV||97.3 FM||The River||Harrisburg||Pennsylvania|
|WTKT||1460 AM||Fox Sports 1460||Harrisburg||Pennsylvania|
|WCCS||1160 AM||Newstalk 1160 WCCS||Homer City||Pennsylvania|
|WQMU||92.5 FM||U 92.5||Indiana||Pennsylvania|
|WKGE||850 AM||The Edge 850||Johnstown||Pennsylvania|
|WRKW||99.1 FM||Rocky 99||Johnstown||Pennsylvania|
|WCNS||1480 AM||My Radio 1480||Latrobe||Pennsylvania|
|WPXZ||104.1 FM||The Best Variety from Yesterday and Today||Punxsutawney||Pennsylvania|
|WIOV||1240 AM||ESPN Radio 1240||Reading||Pennsylvania|
|WRQI||94.3 FM||Rocky 94 & 107||Saegertown||Pennsylvania|
|WNTI||990 AM||News/Talk 990||Somerset||Pennsylvania|
|WAPY||103.1 FM||Newsradio 103||State College||Pennsylvania|
|WMBS||590 AM||Your Local Station, 590 AM||Uniontown||Pennsylvania|
|WJPA||1450 AM||95.3 WJPA||Washington||Pennsylvania|
|WCXR||93.3 FM||99.3 & 103.7 WZXR||Williamsport||Pennsylvania|
|WZXR||103.7 FM||99.3 & 103.7 WZXR||Williamsport||Pennsylvania|
|WTBO||1450 AM||1450 WTBO||Cumberland||Maryland|
|WFRB||560 AM||Talk Radio 560||Frostburg||Maryland|
|WHAG||1410 AM||The New FM 96-3||Hagerstown||Maryland|
|WOHF||92.1 FM||The Wolf||Bellevue||Ohio|
|WYTS||1230 AM / 105.3 FM||AM 1230 Fox Sports Radio||Columbus||Ohio|
|WNIO||1390 AM||The Sports Animal||Youngstown||Ohio|
|WRXZ||107.1 FM||Rock 107||Myrtle Beach||South Carolina|
|WMMN||920 AM||Fox Sports Radio||Fairmont||West Virginia|
|WRLF||94.3 FM||94 Rock||Fairmont||West Virginia|
|WXCR||92.3 FM||The Classic Rock Station||New Martinsville||West Virginia|
|WJAW||630 AM||ESPN Radio||St. Mary's||West Virginia|
|WKWK||97.3 FM||Mix 97.3||Wheeling||West Virginia|
Ellis G. Cannon is an American talk show host, television personality and publisher.
He was born on March 28, 1959 and was raised in Midland, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Lincoln High School in Midland in 1977. Cannon received his B.A. and J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1981 and 1984, respectively.
Between 1984-1996, Cannon was a trial lawyer in the Pittsburgh law firm of Robb, Leonard & Mulvihill, highlighted by a successful representation of the Major League Baseball Players Association. He served as a partner in the law firm from 1990-1996.
In 1996, Ellis and his brother, Henry, co-founded the "Pittsburgh Sports Report", a monthly newspaper covering all Western Pennsylvania sports. Cannon remains the publisher of PSR as of April 2010. Since its creation in 2004, Cannon has also been the publisher of "KidSPORTS Magazine, A Parent's Guide for the Young Athlete". He is President of Pittsburgh Sports Report, Inc.
PSR has won 5 Golden Quill Awards, presented by The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania, recognizing excellence in journalism, among over 20 nominations.
Ellis and Henry co-hosted "The Pittsburgh Sports Report with the Cannon Brothers", a sports talk show on Pittsburgh's ESPN Radio 1250 beginning in 1998. In 2001, Ellis became the sole host of "The Pittsburgh Sports Report with Ellis Cannon" on the station and the show quickly became the Pittsburgh market's #1 rated weekend talk show. He also hosted numerous other programs dedicated to the NFL, Pittsburgh Steelers, MLB, Pittsburgh Penguins and professional golf. Cannon also co-hosted national weekend programming for ESPN Radio between 2001-2004.
In January 2004, Cannon was hired by WPGB (FM 104.7) of Clear Channel in Pittsburgh to host "Ellis Cannon’s Sportsline Pittsburgh," weeknights from 6 PM EDT to 8 PM EDT, and won multiple Pittsburgh A.I.R. Awards for Achievement in Radio, including "Best Evening Show on a Sports, Talk or Personality Station", "Best Sports Reporter" and "Best Sports Coverage Reporting". "Sportsline" was the only daily sports program in the station's newstalk format and was removed from the air in January 2010 when the station's daily format was changed to all political talk.
Cannon was an on-air member of the Pittsburgh Steelers radio network between 2004–2010, serving as gameday anchor and host of all pre-game, halftime and post-game coverage. He was also a member of the on-air broadcast, offering in-game updates and analysis, and covered the Steelers in Super Bowl XL and Super Bowl XLIII. He hosted several Pittsburgh Steelers players shows as well.
From 2007 to 2009, "Ellis Cannon's Sportsline Pittsburgh" was the lead-in program to the Pittsburgh Pirates Radio Network game broadcasts after the Pirates changed flagship stations from KDKA-AM to WPGB, after KDKA served as the flagship from 1955 to 2007.
Cannon produced daily on-air commentaries during his tenure at WPGB, served as a daily sport commentator on the Pittsburgh Steelers flagship station, WDVE-FM (2004–2010), and previously served as a sports anchor for Pittsburgh's Fox Sports Radio 970 (WPGG-AM).
In addition, Cannon has appeared on many national television networks as a sports/sports law analyst, including Fox News Channel, MSNBC and CNN, and on many Pittsburgh television programs on KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh CW, and PCNC.
In April, 2010, Mr. Cannon was inducted into the Beaver County (PA) Sports Hall of Fame in the category of broadcasting.
He also teaches the Ellis Cannon Academy of Sports Media and Broadcasting at the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School.List of current National Football League broadcasters
This is a list of current (entering the 2019 season) NFL broadcasters, including those for each individual team as well as those that have national rights. Unlike the other three major professional sports leagues in the U.S. (Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NHL), all regular-season and post-season games are shown on American television on one of five national networks. Pre-season games are still televised by regional/local broadcasters which selected preseason games will be simulcast on NFL Network.Super Bowl X
Super Bowl X was an American football game between the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Dallas Cowboys and the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Pittsburgh Steelers to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 1975 season. The Steelers defeated the Cowboys by the score of 21–17 to win their second consecutive Super Bowl. They were the third team to win back-to-back Super Bowls. (The Miami Dolphins won Super Bowls VII and VIII, and the Green Bay Packers won Super Bowls I and II.) It was also the first Super Bowl in which both participating teams had previously won a Super Bowl, as the Steelers were the defending champions and the Cowboys had won Super Bowl VI.
The game was played at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida, on January 18, 1976, one of the first major national events of the United States Bicentennial year. Both the pre-game and halftime show celebrated the Bicentennial, while players on both teams wore special patches on their jerseys with the Bicentennial logo.
Super Bowl X featured a contrast of playing styles between the Steelers and the Cowboys, which were, at the time, the two most popular teams in the league. The Steelers, dominating teams with their "Steel Curtain" defense and running game, finished the regular season with a league best 12–2 record and defeated the Baltimore Colts and the Oakland Raiders in the playoffs. The Cowboys, with their offense and "flex" defense, became the first NFC wild-card team to advance to the Super Bowl after posting a 10–4 regular season record and postseason victories over the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Rams.
Trailing 10–7 in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl X, the Steelers rallied to score 14 unanswered points, including a 64-yard touchdown reception by Pittsburgh wide receiver Lynn Swann. The Cowboys cut the score, 21–17, late in the game with wide receiver Percy Howard's 34-yard touchdown reception, but Pittsburgh safety Glen Edwards halted Dallas' rally with an end zone interception as time expired. Swann, who caught four passes for a Super Bowl record 161 yards and one touchdown, became the first wide receiver to be named Super Bowl MVP.Super Bowl XLV
Super Bowl XLV was an American football game between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Pittsburgh Steelers and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Green Bay Packers to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 2010 season. The Packers defeated the Steelers by the score of 31–25. The game was played on February 6, 2011 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the first time the Super Bowl was played in the Dallas–Fort Worth area.
Unlike most other Super Bowls, this game featured two title-abundant franchises: coming into the game, the Packers held the most NFL championships with 12 (9 league championships prior to the Super Bowl era and 3 Super Bowl championships), while the Steelers held the most Super Bowl championships with 6. The Packers entered their fifth Super Bowl in team history, and became the first number 6-seeded team in the NFC to compete in the Super Bowl, after posting a 10–6 regular season record. The Steelers finished the regular season with a 12–4 record, and advanced to a league-tying 8th Super Bowl appearance.
Green Bay dominated most of the first half of Super Bowl XLV, jumping to a 21–3 lead before Pittsburgh cut it down to 21–10 just before halftime. Then after the teams exchanged touchdowns, the Steelers pulled within 28–25 midway through the fourth quarter with wide receiver Mike Wallace's 25-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and a two-point conversion. But the Packers answered with Mason Crosby's 23-yard field goal with 2:07 remaining, and then prevented the Steelers from scoring on their final drive of the game. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was named Super Bowl MVP, completing 24 of 39 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns.
The broadcast of Super Bowl XLV on Fox averaged about 111 million viewers, breaking the record for the most-watched program in American television history. The game's attendance was 103,219, just short of the Super Bowl record 103,985 set in Super Bowl XIV at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The halftime show featured the American hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas, with additional performances by Usher and Slash.The DVE Morning Show
The DVE Morning Show (currently branded Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show) is a morning radio comedy and variety show broadcast on Pittsburgh classic rock station 102.5 FM WDVE featuring DJ Randy Baumann. The show began airing in the 6:00-10:00 am weekday morning drive slot in late 1986 after the cancellation of Jimmy and Steve in the Morning (from which the show draws inspiration from). Originally hosted by Scott Paulsen, the show would go on to be hosted by the team of Paulsen and Jim Krenn from 1988 to 1999, briefly by Krenn solo, then by the team of Krenn and Baumann from 2000 to 2011. Since late December 2012, Baumann has hosted with comedian Bill Crawford and Val Porter. Additionally, many newsreaders, sportscasters and other members have come and gone during the show's run.
In its nearly thirty years of existence, the DVE Morning Show has consistently remained one of the most popular morning radio shows in the Pittsburgh radio market. Though the show has changed personnel several times, the same basic formula of comedy bits, celebrity impersonations, telephone interviews, in-studio guests, unusual news items, sports coverage and promotion of local music and comedy has remained and been the key to the show's continued success.WBGG (AM)
WBGG is a sports radio station based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, owned by iHeartMedia, Inc.. The station broadcasts at 970 kHz with 5,000 watts day and night. WBGG's studios are located in Green Tree, and its transmitter is located in Ross Township, Pennsylvania.WBVE
WBVE is a Classic Rock formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Bedford, Pennsylvania, serving Bedford and Bedford County in Pennsylvania. WBVE is owned and operated by Cessna Communications, Inc.WCWA
WCWA is a radio station licensed to and serving Toledo, Ohio. Owned by iHeartMedia, it is the second-oldest radio station in Toledo, and during AM radio's heyday it was a close second in popularity to WSPD-AM for many years.WDVE
WDVE (102.5 FM) is a classic rock music-formatted radio station in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States at 102.5 MHz. It is often referred to by Pittsburghers as simply "DVE." WDVE's studios are located in Green Tree, while its transmitter is located on Pittsburgh's North Side. Since 2006, the station has been the highest-rated radio station in the Pittsburgh market, surpassing longtime market leader KDKA.
WDVE is designated a superpower station by the Federal Communications Commission. The station's effective radiated power of 55,000 watts exceeds the maximum limit set by the FCC for a Class B FM radio station.WDVE uses HD Radio and broadcasts a sports format on its HD2 subchannel branded as Steelers Nation Radio.WHNA
WHNA (92.3 FM, "Hanna 92.3 & 106.1") is an American classic hits formatted radio station licensed to serve Riverside, Pennsylvania. The station is owned by Kristin Cantrell, through licensee Southern Belle, LLC, and is operated out of studios in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. The station previously operated in simulcast with sister station WVSL with a sports radio format, until it was shut down by former owner Max Media in 2013. In October 2015, the station, along with other Max Media stations WFYY Y106.5 and WWBE B98.3, was purchased by Seven Mountains Media and on February 22, 2016, WVSL-FM was flipped to a classic hits format under new WHNA calls.WNIO
WNIO (1390 AM, "1390 WNIO") — is an American radio station in Youngstown, Ohio, broadcasting at 1390 kHz with a sports talk radio format dubbed "The Sports Animal." WNIO also carries Ohio State University football and basketball, Pittsburgh Pirates baseball, Cleveland Cavaliers basketball, Pittsburgh Steelers football, and the Indianapolis 500 from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network.WOHF
WOHF (92.1 FM, "The Wolf") is an American radio station licensed to Bellevue, Ohio, serving the Sandusky area, featuring a classic hits music format.
The station is an affiliate of Cumulus Media's Classic Hits (formerly "Pure Gold" and "Oldies Radio") network. WOHF is part of the Sandusky, Ohio cluster of stations owned by BAS Broadcasting, and is located on North River Road in Fremont.
For many years, 92.1 FM was home to CHR/Top 40 station WNRR, known as "92.1 The Hits." In October 2003, the station was sold to BAS Broadcasting, who changed the calls to WOHF and switched the station to ABC Radio's The Classic Rock Experience format under the new moniker "The Wolf." This put the station in competition with a number of other stations in the Ohio North Coast area broadcasting locally programmed classic rock formats, including WXKR and WMJK. In the summer of 2007, BAS switched WOHF from The Classic Rock Experience to Oldies Radio.
In 2011, WOHF became the Sandusky/Port Clinton affiliate of the Rocket Sports Radio Network, broadcasting all University of Toledo football games and selected men's basketball broadcasts, as well as the coach's shows for both sports. WHOF is also an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Steelers radio network (due to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger being a native of nearby Lima).WRKW
WRKW (99.1 FM) is a commercially licensed radio station, licensed to Ebensburg, Pennsylvania. The station is owned by Forever Broadcasting of Johnstown and maintains studios and offices at 109 Plaza Drive in Johnstown. WRKW operates at the federally assigned frequency of 99.1 Megahertz with an effective radiated power of 50,000 watts. A 175 watt subchannel W230BK is on 93.9 to serve Johnstown. There is a relation with WRKY in Altoona, Pennsylvania in that they are part of Forever Broadcasting.WRKY-FM
WRKY-FM is a classic rock formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, serving Altoona, Pennsylvania. WRKY-FM is owned and operated by Forever Media.WRLF
WRLF is a Mainstream rock formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Fairmont, West Virginia, serving the North-Central West Virginia area. WRLF is owned and operated by Laurel Highland Total Communications, Inc., through licensee LHTC Media of West Virginia, Inc.WVSL (Pennsylvania)
WVSL (1240 AM, "ESPN Radio Selinsgrove") was a sports talk formatted radio station licensed to serve Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania. The station was owned by Max Media and was operated out of the Max Media of Pennsylvania studios in Selinsgrove. The station operated in simulcast with sister station WVSL-FM. Established in 1967, WVSL surrendered its license to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on February 1, 2013; the license was canceled a week later.WXCR
WXCR (92.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve New Martinsville, West Virginia. The station is owned by Seven Ranges Radio Company, Inc. It airs a Classic rock music format. WXCR is the dominant station in the New Martinsville area.
The station was assigned the WXCR call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on July 17, 2003.An earlier station using these call letters, initially licensed to Safety Harbor, Florida, in the early 1980s and broadcasting on 92.5 kHz, later moved to Seminole, Florida, in the 1990s before eventually going dark.WYLE (FM)
WYLE, branded as Willie 95.1, is a classic country formatted radio station in Grove City, Pennsylvania. It is owned by Forever Media Inc. LLC. The station originates its programming from facilities it shares with WKST and WUZZ in New Castle, Pennsylvania.
WYLE is a station in the Pittsburgh Steelers radio network.
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