After more than two decades in the broadcasting industry, Steak Shapiro is sipping the sweet wine of success. As co-founder of Sports Radio 790 The Zone, Steak has been instrumental in the local and national recognition of the station. When people think of the station, the first name that automatically comes to mind is Steak. In addition, he is the co-host of Mayhem in the A.M., Atlanta’s favorite sports talk morning show for men, alongside Nick Cellini and Chris Dimino from 6 A.M. to 10 A.M.
His love of sports and his gift of gab have earned him three A.I.R. awards for Best Talk Show Host in Atlanta and four prestigious Gabby awards as the Personality of the Year in the state of Georgia.
His love of the broadcast business is only matched by his love of food. When asked about his hobbies, Steak proclaims, “dining, travel, working out and dining out again.”
From over a decade of hosting sports talk in Atlanta, Chris Dimino has become one of the city’s most trusted and well-liked personalities. Dimino has become one of the most visible personalities in Atlanta. He has regular stints on Comcast Sports Southeast, and is a Falcons analyst for WGCL CBS Atlanta. In addition, Dimino’s baseball knowledge has become legendary. His show prep includes the printing of dozens of papers and articles from around the country, making him the most prepared radio host in the city and also responsible for the destruction of numerous forests throughout the southeast.
Dallas Wesley "Wes" Durham (born January 25, 1966 in Greensboro, North Carolina) is an American sportscaster. He has been the radio play-by-play announcer for Georgia Tech football, men's basketball and baseball teams since the start of the 1995-1996 season, and is known as "The Voice of the Yellow Jackets." He is also Georgia Tech's Director of Broadcasting and the radio play-by-play announcer for the Atlanta Falcons.
David Mark Archer (born February 15, 1962) is a former professional American football player. A 6'2" undrafted quarterback from Snow College and Iowa State University, Archer played six seasons in the National Football League from 1984 to 1989 for the Atlanta Falcons, Washington Redskins, San Diego Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles. He attended Soda Springs High School, in Soda Springs, Idaho.
John Michaels can be heard afternoons on Archer and Bell as well as on the Atlanta Falcons Radio Network as the team's sideline reporter.
• Atlanta Falcons quarterback (2006, 2007, 2008)• In 2005, named MVP of the SEC Championship Game after passing for 112 yards and two touchdowns and running for another score vs. LSU• Elected by teammates as permanent team captain of 2005 Bulldogs• In 2005, named first team All-SEC by the Associated Press and second team by the SEC Coaches• In 2005, started his first career game vs. Boise State and tied a school record with five touchdown passes for which he was named SEC Offensive Player of the Week, Cingular Wireless/ABC Sports All-America Player of the Week and The Sporting News Player of the Week• In 2004, completed 26-of-57 passes for 464 yards and four touchdowns in nine games during the regular season• In 2002, was recipient of William K. and Jane H. Holmes Endowed Football Scholarship
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