Jeff Thomas | 92.3 The Fan
With Jeff Thomas joining the team at 92.3 The Fan, it’s a bit of a homecoming. Jeff started his professional radio career in Cleveland radio at the old Jammin’ 92.3 in the early 1990’s. Since then, Jeff has established himself as one Northeast Ohio’s most respected radio personalities.
Jeff has been working in radio since 1987 having done anything and everything. Jeff has done news, been a disc jockey, hosted a news talk program and has been a part of several morning drive-time programs. However, it’s no secret that sports is Jeff’s passion.
Jeff is proud to be able to relate the Cleveland sports fan because he is a born and raised Cleveland boy. He has lived the moments of celebration, entertaining, and the challenging times in Cleveland sports history not only as a sports reporter but as a true Cleveland sports fan.
The thing that makes Jeff unique is his ability to mix information with entertainment. Jeff’s style reminds us that sports are supposed to be fun.
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