Chad Hartman

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Chad Hartman is a regular American radio talk show host on WCCO-AM. He is the host of the noon to 3pm show on WCCO am radio and the topics are primarily news and current events related.

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Personal

Hartman is the son of longtime Minnesota sportswriter Sid Hartman

Hartman graduated from Robbinsdale Armstrong High School. In 1988 he graduated from Arizona State University.

History as KFAN radio host

Hartman's previous job was at KFAN, headquartered in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. His show aired every weekday from 2-4:00 PM. Frequent contributors to Chad's show included Mark Rosen, Paul Charchian, Bob McNaney, Belinda Jensen, Cities 97's Brian Oake, KTLK-FM's Brian Lambert, Paul Molitor, Terry Ryan, fictional neighbor Saul Lefkowitz, and his show's producer Darren (Doogie) Wolfson.

Hartman interviewed so many guests on his show, he earned the nickname "The Barbara Walters of the Fan."

Hartman was terminated by KFAN management along Wolfson in January 2009. He was the longest-tenured remaining member of KFANs predecessor - WDGY. [1]

Hartman was the primary radio voice for the Minnesota Timberwolves from 1997 to 2006.

References

  1. ^ KFAN fires Chad Hartman Star Tribune - Judd Zulgad

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