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Brian Feldman
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Brian Feldman is a news reporter for Total Information AM bringing you the top local stories of the day. He worked at KMOX from 2007 to 2008 in the sports department before coming back in 2016.
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Mike Claiborne, a 30-year market veteran, including more than 10 years at KMOX, has done pre- and post-game shows for the St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Blues over the years. He currently hosts "This Week In Cardinal Baseball" and "Live At Shannon's." Claiborne will continue his work as a...
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Rodger Brand began his career at CBS in 1986 as the morning show producer/sidekick on KMOX sister station KHTR-FM (now KLOU-FM). In 1988, Brand moved from KHTR to KMOX as production assistant. During the summer of 1990, he became Officer Don Miller's fill-in, taking over in "Jetcopter One" during...
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John Hancock
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John Hancock’s political experience spans three decades in grassroots and electoral politics. He is a former state legislator, was the GOP nominee for Missouri Secretary of State in 1992 and 1996, served as executive director for the Missouri Republican Party from 1997 to 2003, and operated a...
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Johnny Rabbitt (Ron Elz) is the host of the classic oldies show Rte. 66 on KMOX Saturday night as well as on special assignment talk programs. Since 1992 he’s been conducting a Monday entertainment show at the Argosy Casino Alton that runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. It’s the Belles & Beaus Lunch...
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Mike Kelly has broadcast more than 700 Mizzou Football and Basketball games. The Dupo, Illinois started his affiliation with the University of Missouri in 1989, when he was named the host of “Tiger Talk,” which features Mizzou’s football and basketball coaches. After serving as the color analyst...
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Chris Kerber serves as the Blues radio play-by-play announcer on the Blues’ radio network. In addition to broadcasting Blues games, he also called St. Louis Cardinals baseball games during the 2006 season. Prior to joining the Blues, Kerber spent four seasons calling the action for the Springfield...
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John Rooney
St. Louis Cardinals broadcaster John Rooney entertains the room on the main stage during the St. Louis Cardinals Winter Warmup at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch in downtown St. Louis on January 16, 2011. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
John Rooney is about to enter his sixth year of broadcasting Cardinals games with partner Mike Shannon. Rooney, a Richmond, Mo. native, came to St. Louis from the Chicago White Sox where he spent 18 years (1988-2005) - one in TV and 17 seasons following in the radio booth. The Cardinals World...
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Mike Shannon
Former St. Louis Cardinals player turned broadcaster Mike Shannon, shown in this August 28, 2011 photograph at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Mike Shannon will be broadcasting his 39th season on the Cardinals radio network. Throughout his years as a broadcaster for the Cardinals, Shannon has also made appearances for the Cardinals television broadcasts, including as a pre-game analyst for FSN Midwest. A St. Louis native, Shannon broke...
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