Rob Long began his radio career in South Carolina at WYNN 106 in 1994 when hosted a Saturday morning show on the popular Hip Hop and R&B formatted station. Long was also a police officer in South Carolina.
When Long moved back to Baltimore he started on a new career path. He became of fan of a local sports talk station and was a regular caller known as “Rob from Woodlawn”
which eventually led to an opportunity as a part-time producer in radio in 2003.
Rob Long eventually joined 105.7 The Fan part-time in 2011. By January of 2012, he became a full-time co-host of the mid-day show working with Vinny Cerrato for four years before joining Ed Norris on the Morning Drive show.
Rob has since established himself as a multi-media talent, with his work as the Sunday Sports Anchor with WJZ-TV and regular hosting role on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Report, covering both Orioles and Nationals Baseball.
Long says he is living the dream on the morning drive radio show in his hometown of Baltimore and hosting a television show that covers a team he grew up loving.
Rob also coaches basketball at a high school in Baltimore where his daughter plays and his wife is a teacher.
Check out Norris & Long on 105.7 The Fan weekday mornings from 5:30AM – 10AM.
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