Sunday, April 03, 2011

San Francisco's KNBR radio has Giants voices every morning

4/3/11, Ben Fong-Torres, "The Sporting Pink: As the Giants begin a new season, its flagship station, KNBR (680 AM), has a dugout load of good news. Jon Miller, lead radio voice of the Giants, has turned down ESPN's offer to do Sunday night games on the radio, after the network bounced him and Joe Morgan off the tube. KNBR gets more Miller, more often ... Mike Krukow and Duane Kuiper, the Giants' stellar TV team, have signed on to appear on KNBR daily, on the
  • morning show with Brian Murphy and Paul McCaffrey. Krukow is on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Kuiper, Tuesdays and Thursdays, all at 7:30 ...
Eric Byrnes, the glib former Oakland A, takes the evening talk show, "Sportsphone 680," vacated by ex-Giant F.P. Santangelo, who's now the Washington Nationals' color commentator. Byrnes is a native of Half Moon Bay ...
  • Fear the Book: Murphy, half of the Murph and Mac show, is the author of the latest book on the champeens, "Worth the Wait."
Murphy, a former Chronicle sportswriter, calls his own work "scribblings." The book, he says, features the photos of Brad Mangin of Sports Illustrated, plus "a funky intro written by Brian Wilson. No ghost writing. He did it!" ... I'll report on the Oakland A's radio situation (they're on KTRB, 860 AM)
  • next time out."...
4/3/11, "How 'Alice' DJ Jayn got into Wonderland," Radio Waves, Ben Fong-Torres, San Francisco Chronicle, via RadioDailyNews


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