Born and raised in Detroit, Steve Courtney is a lifetime Detroit fan in what he refers to as, “America’s Greatest Sports City“.
Before sharpening his radio skills at the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts, Steve graduated from Divine Child High School where he was a student athlete; lettering in both football and baseball.
Steve signed on at 760 WJR in 1998 having previously worked as an on-air DJ at several other Detroit radio stations including WNIC-FM, WHYT-FM and W4/WDFN-AM.
Known for his humor and positive attitude, Steve‘s sports reporting is infused with both information and entertainment; a style that has earned him respect and likeability by players, coaches, guests and colleagues.
As a twenty plus year veteran of the radio business, Steve is an Associated Press and Michigan Association of Broadcasters award winner, and has been voted the “Best Sports Talk Show Host” by the Detroit News.
Off-air Steve Courtney serves as a board member of ‘CATCH: Sparky Anderson’s Charity for Children‘ (http://www.catchcharity.org/) helping improve the quality of life of pediatric patients at Children’s Hospital and Henry Ford Hospital.
Steve also enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids and attempting to “play” golf.
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