Evan Roberts started talking sports in his LI bedroom. Now he hosts afternoon drive on WFAN.
Evan Roberts went from doing sports talk in his bedroom as a boy in Woodmere to now being an afternoon drive time host on WFAN
TV not the only reason Bart Scott left WFAN for ESPN NY Radio
The former Jets linebacker explains the reasons why he left WFAN for ESPN New York Radio.
Francesa's new WFAN show feels a lot like his old program
In essence, it was a traditional Francesa program, albeit it one severely condensed and with no callers or guests.
Getting to know Mike Francesa
LI-native Francesa has been king of NY sports talk radio for more than 20 years.View
Best: New decade, new (but familiar) lineup for WFAN
The first day of WFAN's new decade, new lineup and new ratings period began . . . strangely.
Benigno, Roberts officially taking over WFAN afternoon drive
Maggie Gray and Marc Malusis will be the new midday team, with Boomer Esiason and Gregg Giannotti continuing as the morning hosts.
WFAN family remembers how Imus saved the station
"When I think back to the days and the many years we spent together, it was a very special time," Mike Francesa said of Imus. "We built something that will last a very long time."
Top 25 NY-area sports stories of the 2010s
There were plenty of happenings, but championships were in short supply.
Don Imus, controversial radio broadcaster, dies at 79
Don Imus, the irascible radio shock jock who abraded and courted power brokers en route to becoming one himself, has died, according to his publicist.
Kay tops Francesa in final autumn ratings
ESPN's "The Michael Kay Show" completed its steady rise to No. 1 by finally toppling Francesa in the 3 to 6:30 p.m. time slot.
Bart Scott to leave WFAN, join ESPN
The former Jets linebacker will join Alan Hahn for a 1 to 3 p.m. show on ESPN.