Dino Costa

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Dino Costa is a sports radio personality. He is the former host of a The Dino Costa Show, that was broadcast weeknights on SiriusXM. The Mad Dog Radio Channel is carried on Sirius and XM channels 86.

Costa entered the radio business in 1997, when he took an entry level position at the age of 33, becoming the lead play-by-play broadcaster for a Houston Astros affiliate in the Class A Midwest League in Davenport, Iowa.

Costa has done talk radio in various markets, including two tours of duty in the great state of West Virginia, in Huntington, and in Wheeling. Additionally he has hosted his own radio shows in places like Jacksonville, Florida, and Denver, Colorado, where he broadcast a state wide radio show concurrent with hosting his own television sports show on FSN Rocky Mountain (Raw Sports With Dino Costa) - and claims he appeared on the in-studio post-game show for Colorado Rockies telecasts on FSN, but was never a regular analyst.[1]

The World Wide Dino Costa Radio Experience has been a part of Sirius XM's Mad Dog Radio since October 2009.[2]

In February 2011, Dino Costa signed a two-year extension that will keep his show at SXM until 2013.[1]

In October 2013, Dino Costa was fired from SXM.


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