Sports Business and PR Expert Brian Berger tells JT what Donald Sterling will do in order to manage his public image
You won't find a more fast-paced, high energy show at night than J .T. The Brick. A former stock broker, J.T. parlayed his dream of becoming a Sports Talk host into a full-time radio job after winning Jim Rome's inaugural "Smack-Off" championship title in 1995. Using his outspoken, big, booming voice, J.T. hosts radio's most interactive show as he fields calls from listeners across the country. Joined each day by co-host Tomm Looney, their outspoken dialogue is second to none, as they bring a new attitude to nighttime sports talk radio.