Franchise Morning Show

Weekdays: 5:30am – 9:00am


Mike Steely

TF-Mornings-2014-SteelyMike has been covering Oklahoma sports for 29 years in both radio and television. The 1986 OU graduate considers Oklahoma City one of the best sports markets in the country and loves the passion the fans have for the Sooners, Cowboys and Thunder. Steely believes a sports show should be informative and fun. Never too serious, “After all, most of us are just a bunch of dorks lucky to be getting paid to do this.” When not hard at “work,” Steely spends his spare time man crushing on Tiger Woods and hanging out with his sweetheart Shea and their four dogs. “Lou Gehrig wasn’t the luckiest man in the world. I am. I’ve been to Augusta National twice.”


Jessi Stone

TF-Mornings-2014-JessiJessi began her radio career right here in Oklahoma City, covering many stations in the market. With over a decade of rocking music radio, she was able to interview artists, celebs and people in the community. After dabbling a bit in the television industry as a Feature Reporter, Jessi was able to jump back into radio with sports radio great, Mike Steely. She spends her spare time eating peanut butter and talking herself into going to the gym. Jessi shares her couch with her brainiac man crush, Gary, her singing-dancing-violinist daughter, Alex, and two dogs, Sissy and Sadie-Mae.

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Eddie Radosevich

Eddie is the newest addition to the Franchise Morning Show. Born and raised in the heart of the 405, he is a proud graduate of Putnam City North High School. Following a subpar athletic career as a 6A bench warmer, he attended the University of Oklahoma and graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism. When he’s not mixing it up in the morning, Radosevich is a videographer and staff writer for of the network. A close personal friend of Russell Westbrook he is currently serving as a co-chair of the Championship Parade Planning Committee (CPPC), while living in the urban core known as downtown Oklahoma City. During the off-season you can find him at any of the local golf courses, waiting out his time until a run at the Champions Tour.

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