SIDNEY “ARTHUR” FERRIS ROSENBERG started his radio career on “The Drive,” heard strictly on the Internet at SportsLineUSA.com. The show eventually moved on to terrestrial radio, and was syndicated nationally in more than 40 markets by SportsFan and Westwood One. Sid also co-hosted the NFL Today pre-game show heard nationally on Westwood One for three seasons. After two years on national radio, Sid took his act to New York City, where he co-hosted “The Sports Guys,” heard mornings on legendary radio station 102.7 WNEW FM.
In 2001, Sid realized his dream by landing a job at the nation’s premier sports-talk radio station, WFAN in New York City, where he hosted middays with Jody McDonald and later, with Joe Benigno. Sid also did sports on the “Imus in the Morning” program through 2005. While at WFAN, he was the pre-game show host for the New York Giants for three seasons.
Sid also worked with the New York Daily News, CSTV, The Best Damn Sports Show, The New York Dragons and FOX online. He has also made multiple appearances on many news shows, including the former “Scarborough Country,” with Joe Scarborough on MSNBC; “Hardball,” with Chris Matthews on MSNBC; the now-defunct “John McEnroe Show” and “The Donny Deutsch Show,” both of CNBC.
Sid’s most recnet journey began Aug. 13, 2012, at 640 AM Sports, WMEN, where he’s hosted morning drive from 6 to 10 a.m. ET weekdays.
In November 2005, Sid relocated to South Florida and signed with 790 The Ticket. He hosted middays with O.J. McDuffie at first, and then landed the morning-drive slot, which he held for more than two years.
He left the ticket in March 2009 and took over middays — 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. — on WQAM-560 AM, also in Miami, on Sept. 10, 2009. At WQAM, Sid took over the spot previously held by legendary South Floridian Neil Rogers. Sid also hosted the Miami Dolphins post-game show on the WQAM Dolphins Radio Network. Sid took over afternoon drive, replacing another legend in Jim Mandich.
Sid was the morning-drive sports reporter on 1010-WINS, the nation’s most listened-to radio station based out of New York, for a year, from 2010 to 2011. In 2007, Sid hosted “Wack Pack Bowling” for Howard Stern on Howard TV.
He is also the co-author of “You’re Wrong and You’re Ugly.” Sid’s biography that was also written by Paul Schwartz of the New York Post, with a foreword from Don Imus.
Bernard McGuirk was the Executive Producer of the “Imus in the Morning” radio program. A native of New York City, McGuirk is also the program’s quick-witted on-air contributor and has been with the show since it’s latter days at WNBC Radio. Prior to that McGuirk worked various jobs within NBC in promotions and also at the network and local news divisions.
Bernie made the move with Mr. Imus from WNBC Radio to WFAN Radio in New York City in 1988 and remained there until 2007. During that time the Imus in the Morning program was simulcast on MSNBC TV for ten years with McGuirk as part of the on-air ensemble contributing with various comedic characters and man-on-the-street interviews. The Imus in the Morning show made the move to 77WABC in December 2007 with Bernie remaining as its executive producer and adding color to the day’s local and national news updates by adding his own take on the day’s serious and not-so-serious news. The program also aired on the Fox Business Network until the summer of 2015.
Mcguirk has been contributing to various Fox News shows since 2008 and is currently in his 4th year as a weekly contributor to the O’Reilly Factor.
A graduate of the College of Mount St. Vincent in the Bronx in 1984, Bernie now resides in Long Beach, New York with his wife, Carol and their two children, Brendan and Melanie.
From the time she was a kid, Juliet Huddy knew she was going to be in front of the camera. The daughter of a network television producer father and rock singer mother, Juliet caught the “media bug” early on.
As she got older, entranced by the MTV 24 hour music video phenomenon, Juliet began passionately following her favorite bands. Not exactly atypical for a kid her age. What was unusual, however was the fact that she didn’t just ‘follow’ these artists. She meticulously researched, investigated and built “dossiers” on them. After school, Juliet would head straight to home to her bedroom, to hold mock interviews with her imaginary musical subjects. Some of her friends thought she was a little weird. Juliet liked to think of herself as…”creative”. Whatever it was – it set the tone for a successful journalism career.
After a few stints in local television and radio news, including Santa Barbara, Ca and Jacksonville, Fl, in 1998 she was hired by the fledgling Fox News Channel. She spent 4 years as a national correspondent out of the Miami bureau and LA bureaus, covering everything from plane crashes to politics.
After the 9/11 attacks, she was transferred to Fox News HQ in New York City, hosting, among others “Fox & Friends”, “DaySide” and her own nationally syndicated talk show, “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet”.
She left Fox in September of 2016 to launch a music website, BlondeAndCrossbones.com, covering hard rock and heavy metal – a passion project she hopes to take with her as she takes her career in a brand new direction – talk radio.