On-Air Lineup

danDAN SILEO 6-9am


Dan Sileo has joined The Mighty 1090 as the new host of the morning show from 6am to 9am Monday through Friday. San Diego residents can look forward to a host that leverages his ability to bring inside information, expert analysis and a tell-it-like-it-is outspoken approach and combine those talents with his humorous and entertaining style.


jimromeJIM ROME 9am-Noon


Step into The Jungle with Jim Rome. Rome’s nationally syndicated radio program, The Jim Rome Show, a.k.a. The Jungle, airs on more than 200 radio stations each weekday and boasts more than two million listeners.Perhaps the most respected voice in the world of sports broadcasting, Jim Rome is one of the leading opinion-makers of his generation.

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darrenDARREN SMITH Noon-3pm

Darren Smith has been a mainstay at the Mighty 1090 since the station’s inception in March of 2003. Darren’s affable personality has allowed him to get close to even the most media shy of sports celebrities, but he’s not afraid to ask the tough questions.

Marty Caswell’s passion for sports is unparalleled, especially when it comes to the Padres and Chargers. Her refusal to take NO for an answer has made her one of the most well-known and dominant sports producers in all of Southern California.


abrSCOTT & BR 3-6pm

Scott Kaplan’s many years as a college football player and NFL reporter, combined with Billy Ray’s “in the trenches” experience as a San Diego Charger & local TV anchor make for Sports coverage at its finest! Scott & B.R. is the show the news makers listen to. The list of guests is second to none. Tune in for the sports, stick around for the laughs.




The “Coach” John Kentera brings his unmatched knowledge of local sports and coaching background into play every night. He is a walking encyclopedia of sports trivia and breaks down the game like few can. Coach hosts the popular Padres Pre and Post Game Shows on the Mighty 1090. He is the first to praise a noteworthy performance but not afraid to call out a player, coach, manager or owner when need be.

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