Tony Bruno is a radio veteran with more than 35 years in broadcasting. His career began at the age of 18 at Philadelphia’s legendary WFIL Famous 56. Bruno served in various positions including newscaster, street reporter, sports reporter, and later, sports talk host. Local award-winning sports coverage of the Philadelphia teams in the 70's caught the ears of New York executives and landed him his first network job in 1980 - anchoring weekend updates for RKO Radio Networks. In 1992, Bruno joined ESPN for the launch of their national radio network and eight years later, joined FOX Sports Radio for the network’s launch in 2000.
Bruno’s radio journey has led him to become an award-winning reporter, anchor and talk host at the highest level in the industry. He has regularly appeared on the Best Damn Sports Show Period on Fox Sports TV, as well as many local and national television programs. EA Sports chose Bruno to be a part of the most successful video game franchise ever, hosting a radio show inside Madden NFL 2005, 2006 and 2007. In 2004, Los Angeles Magazine named him to their list of the 101 best things in LA (“Best Of LA” edition), and The Los Angeles Times has said Bruno is “possibly the best sports talk show host in America.” As he enters his fifth decade of broadcasting, Bruno’s youthful energy, desire to keep learning, and passion in everything he does, remain stronger than ever. Couple that with his personable and approachable style, infectious laughter and overall love of life, and there is no wonder why that translates to a very loyal following of listeners, affiliates and sponsors.