Afternoon Drive with Goodman and Frei


AFTERNOON DRIVE WITH GOODMAN AND FREI
M-F | 4p-6p


ERIC GOODMAN
@ericgoodman

Eric is a long-time broadcasting veteran, spending nearly 20 years in television and is now in his eight year as a radio talk show host on Mile High Sports Radio. His television stops include sports anchor at CNN in Atlanta, main sports anchor at Fox Sports Net in Chicago and most recently as sports director at Fox 31 in Denver.

Some of his career television highlights included covering the Forklift Olympics in Montana, a week two football match-up in Kansas between Topeka West High School and Highland Park, and Niagara University’s magical 15-17 season.

Eric has spent two years in morning drive before moving to afternoons so he can sleep in until 2:30 p.m. He said about the shift to afternoon drive, “I need my beauty sleep in order to compete with Les Shapiro’s good looks.”

Eric’s also very active on Twitter and is only 996,000+ followers away from his stated goal of one million.

He is the proud father of two beautiful children, Harrison and Mia. Neither of them have ever listened to his shows.


Terry Frei
@TFrei

Terry Frei is a Denver-based writer, award-winning journalist, and author. He’s a graduate of the University of Colorado with degrees in journalism and history. He has been named a state’s sports writer of the year seven times in peer voting conducted by the National Sports Media Association — three times in Oregon and four times in Colorado.

His two novels and five non-fiction books have drawn considerable praise from former presidents, Pulitzer Prize winners, prominent journalists, reviewers and the public. His acclaimed novel, Olympic Affair, is in the loop at a major Hollywood studio.

After writing for the Rocky Mountain News while attending CU, Terry joined the Denver Post after graduation for the first of his two stints there. He also has been sports columnist at the Portland Oregonian, hockey columnist for ESPN.com and a national football and basketball writer for The Sporting News.

Because of his passion for, and his writing about, World War II history and veterans’ stories, he is a frequent guest speaker at veterans-oriented events and symposiums.


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