In partnership with the non-profit First Book and the Education Ad program, CBS Radio and the Charlotte Hornets teamed up to give away over 4,000 books to five of Charlotte’s underserved elementary school students.
We reached out to our sports radio personalities from across the country to get their opinion on James’ decision. Here’s their reactions:
We had the distinct pleasure to have Charlotte Mecklenburg’s Police Chief Rodney Monroe stop by our CBS Radio stations to talk with Public Affairs Host Francene Marie about the serious problems facing drivers when it comes to distracted driving.
Hitting to All Fields: Charlotte gets Screwed Again by the NBA & David Stern; Mets Throw 1st-Ever NO-Hitter; & NHL Stanley Cup Finals LOW Ratings
First and foremost, Congratulations to My New York Mets on Our First Ever NO-Hitter by Johan Santana. It Only took Half a Century (51 Years) & 8,020 games in franchise history; Team has 35 1-hitters […]
Listen live to special Fourth of July programming at these CBS radio stations wherever you are across the country. Whether you’re looking for summer favorites or country classics, there’s a weekend-long playlist for you and […]
The boys are live on location from the CBS Radio studios in the Epicenter to take your calls on who you would pay to see in the NBA?