Broadcast & Radio Legend
Tony Bruno is nothing short of a radio legend in Philadelphia. His outrageous, enthusiastic, off-the-wall approach has always endeared him to Philly sports fans. Whether he’s talking about grabbing a cheesesteak in his beloved South Philly or referencing some random moment from past Philadelphia sports history Tony always loves talking it up.
WCAU and KFI. Bruno has been involved in news, talk and sports in his career and has hosted general talk at WCAU 1210 in Philadelphia where he was the morning host and KFI in Los Angeles as a fill-in host. When WCAU abandoned talk in 1990 Bruno returned to Sports Talk as a co-host of 610 WIP’s Morning Guys show with Angelo Cataldi and Al Morganti.
ESPN Radio. When ESPN decided to launch its own radio network in 1992, they tagged Bruno to be one of the original 3 hosts with Keith Olbermann and Chuck Wilson.. Bruno co-hosted ESPN Radio’s Gamenight on weekends and continued to co-host The WIP Morning Guys on weekdays. In 1995, Bruno joined ESPN Radio full-time and co-hosted the Bruno-Golic Morning Show with former NFL Player Mike Golic. (Bruno left the morning show in 1999 and was after a lengthy search, ESPN teamed Golic up with Mike Greenberg.
In 2000, Bruno moved to Los Angeles, launching Fox Sports Radio network. Once again, Bruno was the lynch-pin host for a a major sports radio network. Bruno hosted The Tony Bruno Extravaganza morning program with Andrew Siciliano. During this time, Bruno was frequently a guest host on Fox Sports Network’s The Best Damn Sports Show Period. He was also picked by EA sports to be a part of the Madden video game franchise in 05, 06, and 07.