Ken Carman loves Cleveland sports. One of his early memories is of attending a Cleveland Indians game at the age of five and a rookie Albert Belle hitting a home run to left-center at Municipal Stadium. The Canton native also loves sports radio. He fell in love with sports talk while listening during his paper route at the age of eleven.
The Perry High School and University of Akron graduate started his career hosting Friday Night Football, eventually working his way up to hosting his own show in Akron. Carman is a veteran play by play commentator, broadcasting area college sports and Akron Aeros Baseball on radio and television. He has also spent time as a sports reporter covering the Cavs, Browns, Indians, Buckeyes, the MAC, NASCAR and the PGA.
Carman recently married and is adjusting well to the compromises that come with married life… recently settling for a Puggle instead of a Mastiff.
Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Jason Pinkston joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.” Pinkston talked about the Browns tanking, the last few games being tough, who has helped him in his career, the team [...]
Esquire Magazine’s Scott Raab joined the Ken Carman Show on Friday night.
Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch joined Ken Carman on the Bull and the Fox to discuss Big Ten Football, the standing of the Ohio State vs. Michigan rivalry, the state of Michigan Football, Brady Hoke’s job security, and his prediction for “The Game.”
Tom Green joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.” Green talked about his upcoming show in Cleveland this weekend, his current stand up comedy tour, his brand new show, new projects and dives into [...]
Josh Friedman a host 104.3 “The Ticket” in Miami joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.” Friedman talked about the situation surrounding Richie Incognito and Johnathon Martin, comments from former Buckeye Brian Hartline, the [...]
Former WWE Champion and Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin joined Vic Travagliante and Kenny Kidd on the “Ken Carman Show.”
Spears talked about the Cavs, what Andrew Bynum brings to the team, Greg Oden playing for the Miami and if the Cavs could make the postseason.
This Sunday against Kansas City, Jason Campbell will become the 20th different starting quarterback used by the Cleveland Browns since they returned in 1999. On Wednesday during the “Ken Carman Show,” when a caller brought [...]
Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com joined Ken Carman on the “Ken Carman Show.” Castrovince previewed the World Series, the MLB postseason, high priced free agents, possible off-season moves and the 2013 Cleveland Indians. Sports Stories You [...]
This game will be a true measuring stick for the Browns. Detroit has known talent. The Browns have talent, there’s just not that many people outside of Cleveland who know it yet. A 4-2 record heading into two tough road games would be a nice way to pull back the curtain.