aCalling All Sports with Roc and Manuch airs Monday through Friday from 2-5:30 p.m. on KDUS AM 1060, 100.7 HD 2 and streaming online at nbcsports1060.com.
aAbout the Show:
aThe guys try to bring you three hours of energetic entertainment, endless sports information, top names in all of sports and invigorating sports talk with passionate sports fans. Roc and Manuch began their oddball relationship on Tuesday, September 7, 2004, on ESPN 860 KMVP from 2pm-4pm after the Dan Patrick show. Shortly after a year, the show moved to KDUS AM 1060 from 3pm-6pm. The show was originally called "Calling All Sports" but changed to "AZ Sports Talk" when AM 1060 became an NBC Sports Radio affiliate in April 2013. Prior to NBC, the affiliate was Sporting News Radio and Yahoo Sports Radio. The guys also hosted a weekend national show for six months on Sporting News Radio. After 13 years at KDUS AM 1060, the guys left to launch 1580 The Fanatic, a CBS Sports Radio affiliate, and aired their show Monday through Friday 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. from February 2017 to December 2018. 2019 brings a lot of excitement as their show will no air nationally on SB Nation Radio. Roc and Manuch will now air Monday through Friday 2 p.. to 5:30 p.m. on AM 1060, which is the home of SB Nation Radio. The guys will be national from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the network. The new year also brings the return of the show name "Calling All Sports." For more about the show: CallingAllSportsRadio.com
aAbout the Hosts:
aMike Muraco - Mike Muraco “Roc” has over 30 years of experience in the sports industry specializing in sports marketing, media and public relations. He has held various positions in both the professional and collegiate ranks: Indianapolis Colts, NFL Properities, Arizona Fall League, Phoenix Firebirds, Oakland A’s and the University of Pennsylvania. Roc has been an on-air sports radio host since 1997 on KHEP NBC 1280 AM, KMVP ESPN 860 AM, KQFN 1580 The Fanatic, and twice at NBC Sports Radio AM KDUS 1060. Roc launched The Fanatic two years ago as the VP of Sales and Programming along with hosting the drive-time show with Manuch. In addition to being on air, he has held various sales and marketing positions at KASW-TV, KTVK-TV and Cable West. He is the former Executive Director of the National Football Foundation Valley of the Sun Chapter and has been a Fiesta Bowl committee member for over 20 years. He has owned On-Air Sports Marketing for the past 16 years.
aDan Manucci - Dan Manucci “Manuch” earned a football scholarship from Kansas State University where he led the Big 8 in passing yards his senior year, and was named 1978 All-Big 8 Honorable Mention. Manuch was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the fifth round in 1979, and played QB for the Bills in 1979-80, and 1987. His career spanned with the Toronto Argonauts in 1981 and the Arizona Wranglers of the USFL in 1983. Manuch has TV and radio experience with the Arizona Cardinals, Sun Devils, Rattlers and High School Football. He is on the Advisory Board of the National Football Foundation Valley of the Sun Chapter, and participates in the local NFL Retired Players Association. He has been a co-host with Roc since 2004 and color guy for High School Football every Friday night on the AIA Radio Network.
aChris Schubert - Producer Chris Schubert began his career in radio as a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University. He has both hosted and produced morning drive-time programs in the Phoenix market, with the former happening at NBC Sports 1060 and the latter at 1580 The Fanatic. He also has held positions as an audio director for a sports media company and been a member of various promotions teams during his radio career.