ABC Sports Radio
The Thrill of Victory .....
ABC's tradition as the pinnacle of sports programming continues with ABC Sports Radio. Anchors Johnny Holliday, John Cloghessy and Todd Ant bring you the wide world of sports: from local scores to national playoffs and worldwide competition, you can rely on ABC Sports Radio to bring you the most up-to-the-minute coverage and specials.
The scores, the stars, the winners and losers all take center court in our sportscasts. 7 days a week/365 days a year. ABC Sports Radio knows the score.
About the Anchors
One of Sports Radio's most versatile broadcasters is Johnny Holliday. Johnny's sports reports are heard coast to coast first thing every morning.
Holliday's list of credits include ABC's coverage of the Winter and Summer Olympic Games in 1984, 1988, 1994, and the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta; ABC coverage of championship boxing, The Masters, the USFL Game of the Week with Hall of Famer Paul Hornung, and television coverage of the Liberty and Aloha Bowls. For 23 seasons Johnny has been the voice of the University of Maryland Terrapins in football and basketball.
Johnny's face and voice are one of the most familiar in all of Washington Radio and Television with hundreds of commercials to his credit.
John Cloghessy is a 12-year veteran of the ABC Sports Radio Team. John is also the official anchor for ABC at the NFL Draft each year with Todd Ant. During the 1998 Baseball season, he wrote, produced and anchored the popular "Home Run Scoreboard" daily broadcast which kept track of the Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa chase to break the home run record.
Prior to joining ABC, Cloghessy spent six years as principal sports anchor at WFAN in New York - The nation's first all-sports radio station. During his stay at WFAN, Cloghessy also covered the NFL and handled play-by-play duties of Seton Hall Basketball. He also worked 9 years for KSTT-WXLP radio in Davenport, Iowa, where he was the play-by-play announcer for the University of Iowa Football. Cloghessy has also worked for WPTW radio in Piqua, Ohio and WTVB-WNWN in Coldwater, Michigan.
Along with anchoring from our studios in New York, Todd is our traveling correspondent covering all major sporting events. These include 10 Super Bowls, 10 World Series, and countless Stanley Cup and NBA Championships. Todd is also a fixture at the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament and many of golf's major championships.
Todd has covered 6 Olympic games from Albertville 1992, to Athens, Greece in 2004. Todd will be in Turino, Italy for the 2006 winter games.
Besides his work here in the U.S., Todd has been a sports correspondent for BBC Radio in London for the past 11 years providing insight on American Sports for British listeners on Radio 5 and The World Service.