Wednesday, January 4th 2012
Seattle Talk Personality Rob 'T-Man' Tepper Joins Rob Dibble as Co-Host of "FOX Sports Tonight"
LOS ANGELES, January 4, 2012 -- FOX Sports Radio is pleased to announce the addition of longtime Seattle radio personality Rob 'T-Man' Tepper to its weeknight program FOX Sports Tonight. Tepper will team up with former MLB pitcher/analyst and FOX Sports Radio personality Rob Dibble starting Monday, January 9. FOX Sports Tonight airs weeknights from 10 p.m. -- 1 a.m. ET/7 p.m. -- 10 p.m. PT.
"Being on the air in more than 200 cities across the country on FOX Sports Tonight is very exciting," stated Tepper. "I'm hoping my crazy personality can add to what Rob Dibble is starting to build. I can't wait to get started."
Dibble echoes Tepper's sentiments. "I couldn't be more excited--with Rob's energy and FM morning show experience, I know this show is going to do great things. Get ready to be rocked!"
Tepper is widely known for his radio work in Seattle, where he hosted an FM morning show on KUBE 93 for 14 years; during that time, T-Man in the Morning was rated No. 1 among adults 18-34. No stranger to FOX Sports Radio, Tepper has served as a fill-in host on the network since the fall, and has guest co-hosted with Dibble.
In addition to FOX Sports Tonight, Dibble is co-host of a Saturday afternoon program with current NFL linebacker Kirk Morrison. Before joining the network, he previously served as FOX Sports Radio's MLB analyst for several years. Dibble was also a co-host on FSN's The Best Damn Sports Show Period and The Dan Patrick Show. During his seven-year MLB career, Dibble was a two-time All-Star and the 1990 NLCS "Most Valuable Player."
For more information, please visit www.FOXSportsRadio.com. For affiliations, please call 818-377-5300.
About FOX Sports Radio
The FOX Sports Radio Network, based in Sherman Oaks, Calif., is a division of Premiere Radio Networks in partnership with FOX Sports. All entities have combined their considerable resources to develop a turnkey, personality driven and caller intensive programming opportunity for radio stations nationwide. With studios also in New York, Washington, D.C., Miami, Tampa, Phoenix, Seattle, and San Antonio, the FOX Sports Radio Network can be heard on nearly 400 stations, as well as FOXSports.com on MSN and XM Channel 142. Additional information is available at www.FOXSportsRadio.com.