The Franchise hit the airwaves in 2015 and immediately became radio's hottest sports talk show. From "Trainwreck Trivia" to our popular "Fan-a-gram" segment, The Franchise is a sounding board for sports fans everywhere. It's laid back irreverent style, is a far cry from the traditional "Cookie Cutter" Sports Talk programs. The Franchise is highly entertaining without a bunch of gags and corny bits. The show is more like you hanging out with your friends in a sports bar during the Super Bowl.

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About The Franchise

The Franchise hit the airwaves in 2015 and immediately became radio's hottest sports talk show. From "Trainwreck Trivia" to our popular "Fan-a-gram" segment, The Franchise is a sounding board for sports fans everywhere. It's laid back irreverent style, is a far cry from the traditional "Cookie Cutter" Sports Talk programs. The Franchise is highly entertaining without a bunch of gags and corny bits. The show is more like you hanging out with your friends in a sports bar during the Super Bowl.
The Franchise

Rich Estrella

Host

Rich has been covering the national sports scene since 1982. An award-winning producer, he has worked for KTLA Channel 5, Comcast, KMAX Sports Radio, KORG and Time Warner Cable where he anchored their coverage of the 2011 NBA All-Star Game Jam.

The Franchise

John Conti

Host

John has been on-air since 2009 including a previous stint on AM830 KLAA in Southern California. He also spent time as a writer for the San Francisco 49'ers. This comes after a successful career as a sports agent. John is the show's resident NFL expert.
The Franchise

Bob Gibson

Host

Bob has been a sports reporter on television and radio for over two decades. While working on-air with Comcast and Time Warner Cable Sports, among others, Bob has covered everything from preps to pros including the World Series, Stanley Cup Finals, The Rose Bowl and multiple MLB All-Star Games.
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