Chris Fedor | 92.3 The Fan
Chris Fedor has been a sports broadcaster in Northeast Ohio for seven years. Fedor, who grew up in Cleveland, got his professional start working at ESPN 850 WKNR.
Fedor has experience as a producer, reporter, anchor, play-by-play voice and show host.
Over the last seven years Fedor has covered the Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Gladiators, multiple Final Fours, the NBA Finals and the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
He also does free-lance work as a writer/blogger/broadcaster for Cleveland.com as well as SportsRadioInterviews.com.
Fedor attended Baldwin Wallace University after attending St. Edward High School.
His hobbies include golf, bowling, watching movies and adding bobbleheads to his armoire. He currently resides in Westlake.
Cleveland.com’s Bud Shaw, joined Chris Fedor on Monday to talk about the NBA free agency and how it has changed over the years, and discussed what the Cavs should do in free agency.
Waiting For Next Year’s Scott Sargent joined Chris Fedor Sunday afternoon to discuss the Cavaliers prospects headed into game five of the NBA Finals down three games to one on the Warriors, what kind of possible punishment Draymond Green should get from the NBA, and what the Cavs might do with Kevin Love.
Cleveland.com’s Dennis Manoloff discusses the Indians win, Cavaliers’ momentum heading into the playoffs and Browns draft with Chris Fedor.
Cleveland.com’s Tom Reed talks RG3’s press conference and Browns draft with Chris Fedor.
Senior NFL Draft analyst Dane Brugler gives his take on who the best prospects are in the upcoming NFL Draft and who Cleveland should select.
Scott Kennison and William Lawrence let Chris Fedor know their opinions on Johnny Manziel.
Dane Brugler of NFL Draft Scout and CBS Sports joined Chris Fedor on the “Ken Carman Show.” Brugler talked about who will be selected 1st overall in the upcoming draft, how many QB’s will go […]
Chris Haynes, Cavaliers beat writer for Cleveland.com and Northeast Ohio Media Group, joined Chris Fedor on Saturday to discuss the Cavaliers at the all-star break, what LeBron James and Kyrie Irving are up to in New York City at the all-star weekend festivities, and how Kevin Love will turn it around after resting during the all-star break.
Chris Fedor tonight saw the light regarding Brian Hoyer. Hoyer was named the starting QB for the Browns by Mike Pettine this week. Johnny Manziel has been the favorite of Fedor throughout the QB competition but Chris finally saw the error of his ways and has moved on.
In the opening segment of the Chris Fedor show, Chris went all in on the possible return of LeBron James to Cleveland.