Scott Ferrall
American sports radio announcer/talk show host
Scott Ferrall
Scott Ferrall is an American sports talk radio personality who currently broadcasts for Sirius XM Radio on Howard 101. His voice is easily recognizable by his crackling. Ferrall's career began as a standard sports news reader on all-news KQV radio in his home town of Pittsburgh. When he left KQV, he drifted to Florida and found part-time radio work in the Tampa area.
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Jim Rome, Scott Ferrall to CBS: Can Sports Radio Drive Revenue?
The Street - over 4 years
CBS could turn to radio talent as it looks to build new brands and chip away at sports media leaders ESPN and Fox. Click to view a price quote on CBS. Click to research the Media industry.
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Radio talk show host Scott Ferrall to get new show on CBS Radio and WIP
The Morning Call - Blogs - over 4 years
The raspy-voiced Scott Ferrall, fairly well known among sports radio talk-show hosts, has a new gig lined up for 2013. Ferrall, who can currently be heard on SiriusXM satellite radio, will be joining the growing CBS Sports Radio lineup that will make its debut on Weds., Jan. 2. Ferrall's show will be called "Ferrall on the Bench" and it will be broadcast weekday evenings from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Other CBS Sports Radio shows already announced are the Jim Rome Show from noon to 3 p.m. weekdays and the Doug Gottlieb show from 3-6. “Scott is widely recognized as having set the standard for what a successful national evening sports radio show should be,” said Eric Spitz, Director of Programming, CBS Sports Radio.  “He’s got an amazing knowledge of sports that rivals even the most noted experts, and with his fast paced style of high octane sports talk, listeners and our affiliates are guaranteed to get the very best program each and every night.”  Ferrall said: “The time I previous ...
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Latest on-air roster move for new CBS Sports Radio
USA Today - over 4 years
Fledgling CBS Sports Radio adds Scott Ferrall as it pieces together on-air lineup
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Weathervane opens season with 'engaging show' - Akron Leader Publications
Google News - over 5 years
Alan Scott Ferrall (scenic/ lighting designer) created a perfect set for this production. He designed a tumble-down comedy club, where the characters can hone their stand-up skills. “3 Guys Naked From the Waist Down” is a superb script with a bad title
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Sirius XM (NASDAQ:SIRI) to Host Second Annual Celebrity Fantasy Football Event ... - Satellite Radio Playground
Google News - over 5 years
... actor and SiriusXM host Jay Thomas, The Scott Ferrall Show's Scott Ferrall, The Covino & Rich Show's Steve Covino and Rich Davis, and SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio host John Hansen, who won last year's SiriusXM Celebrity Fantasy Football League
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Being Captain Of The Saint John Sea Dogs Does Not Entitle You To Spit In ... - Deadspin
Google News - almost 6 years
... actors Nick Turturro and Vincent Pastore; comedians Jim Florentine, Jim Norton, Sherrod Small and Gary Gulman; writers Bert Sugar, Bill Scheft and Will Leitch; former MTV host Ed Lover; and radio personalities Evan Roberts and Scott Ferrall
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MSG Network Lines Up 'Summer Block Party' Programming - Multichannel News
Google News - almost 6 years
... actors Nick Turturro and Vincent Pastore; comedians Jim Florentine, Jim Norton, Sherrod Small and Gary Gulman; writers Bert Sugar, Bill Scheft and Will Leitch; former MTV host Ed Lover; and radio personalities Evan Roberts and Scott Ferrall
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'BIG FAN'; Giants Die-Hard Takes One for the Team
NYTimes - over 7 years
The little man at the center of the spasmodically funny and bleak love story ''Big Fan'' doesn't come with a halo slung over his head. His speeches are written in ballpoint with a heavy hand and delivered with bleats and bellows on the radio. (The words are so deeply inscribed on the page you could read them by touch.) He doesn't come with a
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TV SPORTS; For SNY, It's All Randolph From Dawn to Dusk
NYTimes - over 8 years
Willie Randolph's firing was a major story for SportsNet New York. Major? It was a news crisis, an all-day story, a one-story day and an occasion to use urgent, percussive music (''Perpetrator,'' by Emanuel Kallins), as if war had been declared in Midtown. SNY devoted the bottom-line crawl to the only darned news that mattered, save for short
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It's Rants, Raves and Ratings
NYTimes - over 19 years
When WFAN Radio first signed on the air a decade ago, there had never been a 24-hour tower of sports babble. There were sports talk shows, hosted by Jack Spector, Art Rust Jr. and Marv Albert. But an all-sports station? A sports nut's dream from Emmis Broadcasting, for sure, doomed to dramatic, ignominious failure. But with the TV sportscasters Jim
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TV SPORTS;A Perfect Time for a Station Break
NYTimes - about 21 years
As 1995 ends, here are some reconstituted highlights from my notebooks: THE HAPPY MONOPOLIST: Dick Ebersol, NBC Sports president, snares TV rights to five consecutive Olympics, from 2000 to 2008, by using years of Olympic connections and $3.5 billion from General Electric's petty-cash drawer. MY BEST PAL, BUD SELIG: Ebersol stomped out of The
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RADIO SPORTS; Rest Easy, Edward R. Murrow
NYTimes - over 21 years
My Walkman's volume was on high. My fiancee asked: "Is that a pig?" In a sense, yes. The verbal flatulence on the tape could have passed for sty chat, but the voice was that of Scott Ferrall, the syndicated sports squawker who occupies valuable air space on WFAN radio from 10 P.M. to 1 A.M. Time with Ferrall -- take Pepcid first -- is a nonstop
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Scott Ferrall
    FORTIES
  • 2012
    Age 46
    On October 1, 2012, Ferrall announced that he would be starting on the CBS Sports Radio Network on January 2, 2013.
    More Details Hide Details On October 2, 2012, Howard Stern played some "best-of" clips saying that Scott "would be missed" and was a "great guy". Ferrall started the new year by switching to CBS Sports Radio and launching the radio program Ferrall on the Bench. His show is broadcast around the country at various CBS affiliates and many Cumulus owned stations.
  • 2006
    Age 40
    For a time before moving to Sirius, Ferrall did shows on weekends for Fox Sports Radio. On February, 9 2006, Howard Stern announced that Ferrall had joined Howard 101 on Sirius.
    More Details Hide Details Howard said that he originally hired Scott because he felt he was a great radio talent that had been treated poorly by the industry. Artie mentioned being a big fan and listener Ferrall was heard M-F evenings from 8pm-12am Eastern.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2004
    Age 38
    His stint at "Atlanta's only FM talk station" only lasted until September 2004 when the station flipped to a Latin format.
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    Following his exit at WQAM, Ferrall took the midday slot at the newly created Real Radio WMAX-FM (now WBZY) 105.3 Atlanta in January 2004.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Born
    Born on July 29, 1965.
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