Listen Live: Cincinnati Bengals At Arizona Cardinals [Live Audio] Sunday Night FootballListen to play-by-play of the Sunday Night Football matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Arizona Cardinals at 8:00 PM Sunday night on 105.7 The Fan!
Listen Live: Tennessee Titans At Jacksonville Jaguars [Live Audio] Thursday Night FootballListen to play-by-play of the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans on 105.7 The Fan!
New Audio, Video Details Eruption Of Baltimore Riots, Officer ResponseThere are new images of the frightening day Baltimore burned. People jumped on police cars, setting them on fire and officers were under attack. What could have prevented it?
Exclusive Audio: Jacoby Jones Addresses 'Party Bus' IncidentBaltimore Ravens Wide Receiver Jacoby Jones joined 105.7 The FAN’s Bob Haynie on the weekly “The Jacoby Jones Show” heard Wednesdays on 105.7 the FAN & addressed the recent “Party Bus” Incident.
Supreme Court Archive Has About 14K Hours Of AudioSupreme Court Justice Lewis F. Powell's Tidewater Virginia drawl could make the word "court" sound as if it had two syllables. And Justice Clarence Thomas, though he doesn't talk much, speaks in a deep baritone.
Inventor Bell's Voice ID'd On Early Wax RecordingResearchers have identified the voice of Alexander Graham Bell for the first time in some of the earliest audio recordings held at the Smithsonian Institution.
Senate Votes To Reconsider MTA Audio-Taping BillThe Maryland Senate has voted to reconsider an audio-taping measure that was rejected by lawmakers on Monday in a 23-22 vote.
Md. Lawmakers 'Sound Off' On Bus Camera AudioSafety on the bus. The MTA says it could be improved by turning up the audio on cameras. But if some lawmakers have their way, investigators will have to use the video only to solve crime.
MTA To Record Audio On Buses; Raises Privacy ConcernsFlipping the switch. Maryland Transportation Administration (MTA) officials are turning on the audio of surveillance cameras on buses. It's a controversial move that's causing a stir among lawmakers, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and MTA riders.