Posts Tagged ‘Sam Kouvaris’

WJXT adds Jags players to sports department…

(edited from WJXT Press Release) – Mark Brunell and Malik Jackson have joined Jacksonville’s WJXT, to provide unique stories on The Morning Show, Jaguars All Access, Jaguars Live, News4JAX and

Every week Brunell will appear live on News4JAX with a Monday Morning Quarterback segment giving viewers his unique insights on why the Jaguars won or lost their game.  He will also write a column for  Read the rest of this entry →


09 2016

Dan Hicken to depart WTLV/WJXX…

WTLV/WJXX announced today via Twitter that Sports Director Dan Hicken is leaving the Jacksonville duopoly. Hicken had been with WTLV (later WTLV/WJXX) for twenty seven years prior to this announcement.

So far no official word has been released on why Hicken is leaving the station. However, Sam Kouvaris, the sports director across the street at WJXT tweeted today that Hicken was headed to the “Cox TV stations here in town.” Of course by that Kouvaris means the duopoly of WTEV/WAWS, which was scooped up by Cox in Dec 2012.

So if Sam Kouvaris is correct, does this mean that Dan Hicken might bump current WTEV/WAWS sports director Steve Wrigley for the top spot in sports or will he be replacing one of the other three faces at “Action Sports?” Stay tuned to for the latest.

//hattip to Anonymous


05 2013

Kouvaris show pulled from Jax radio station…

(from – A shake-up in the programming lineup at local sports station WJXL (1010 AM) started Friday when the “Sam Kouvaris Show” was pulled off the air less than 10 minutes before it was scheduled to run.

The new format, which has yet to be announced publicly other than to several key advertisers on the station, will find the “Lex & Terry Show” returning to Jacksonville and airing on 1010 AM from 6-10 a.m. Monday through Friday. That will replace “Sports Final Radio,” hosted by Jeff Prosser and Dan Hicken, with their show moving to the 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. time slot.

Kouvaris, longtime sports director at WJXT TV-4, hosted his show from 10-11:30 a.m. each day.

That was followed by the “David Lamm Show” (11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.), the “Mike Dempsey Show” (1-4 p.m.) and the “Frank Frangie Show” (4-7 p.m.).….Cont….


03 2011