Andy Dorf (@Dorfonsports): Andy Dorf was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he became an avid fan of sports in his youth. His fan loyalty belonged to the hometown Bucks and Brewers, and of course, the Green Bay football Packers.
Dorf got his start in sports, working in Brew City for WVTV Channel 24, producing the pre-game and post-game shows for the Milwaukee Bucks and Brewers. Dorf attended the University of Minnesota, and later Arizona State in Tempe, Arizona. He has worked on both the AM and FM sides of the dial, at KESZ (99.9 FM), KDKB (93.3 FM), and KNIX (102.5 FM) in Phoenix. On the AM side, Dorf previously hosted a morning drive-time sports talk show on KDUS (1060 AM—Sporting News Radio), and a few programs on KMVP (860 AM—ESPN Radio Phoenix), including Dorf on Sports and Sports Junkies. Dorf eventually took his show to XTRA Sports 910, Phoenix’s FOX Sports affiliate, where he hosted a Morning show. Off the air, Dorf puts his money where his mouth is—on the tennis court, from the tips at TPC, or climbing to the peaks of many a mountain in the Southwest—Dorf lives sports. He is sports, teaching tennis to youngsters in what little spare time he has; he’s always on the lookout for one thing. That one thing is greatness. Be great, and you will have his attention.Brad Hanna: Cornelius Brad Hanna was born in Brooklyn, New York and has 40 years of experience in the radio, television and film industry. His father, (Richard Hanna) Dick London, has been recognized as New York City's top radio personality of the 1970's. Hanna's bloodline led him to be a graduate at Arizona State University in the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast Journalism. Hanna has received a secondary degree in Education. Currently, he is the CEO of Internet based, Global Sports Broadcasting Network (globalsportsbroadcastingnetwork.com). Hanna has been a sports radio personality, play by play announcer, disc jockey, television report and live host. Hanna has also written and produced three independent films and owns CB Hanna Productions. He has covered all major sports and has been at the highest stage at the highest levels for the CMA's, Grammy's, Emmy's, Super Bowl, World Series, World Cup, championship boxing fights, NASCAR, All-Star games, political conventions and telethon's, to name a few. Hanna's 40 plus years in broadcasting has made him grateful and appreciative of his career. His sports knowledge and wide range experiences as a college athlete and journalist strongly connects everyone from past generations to our present.