Where Are They Now?

Ed Brown

Ed broke into radio in 1965 at WYOU radio, playing country music. A musician by trade, Ed loved the coming together with the biggest names in country music.

Ed Brown was Ed Pendino, a Jefferson High grad who had a knack for show time, having played in local bands for many years before breaking into radio.

At WYOU, Ed worked with legends like Cousin Larry Lane, Bill Floyd, Gordon Solie, Tedd Webb, Al Dunnaway and Terry Nichols.

Ed worked at WYOU until 1968, when he left for WZST in Leesburg. In 1971, Ed returned to the Tampa Bay area to work for GTE full time, but always keeping his hand in radio as an engineer for many radio stations. He has survived 5 ownership changes at WTMP. Ed was working WHBO when it changed its format to Oldies

Ed now does the engineering for the Devil Rays home games at Tropicana Field, and also does many spring training games for various Major League teams, in addition to many college and pro football games for Westwood One.

Truly one of the greatest engineers to work in the business. Announcers like Richie Ashburn and Harry Kallas of the Phillies always enjoyed having Ed at the controls, describing him as Pro. Ed had done the Twins spring training games for 7 years before joining the Phillies.

As a free lancer, ed has worked for giants like WABC, WIP, WCCO, WFAN, WOAI, and many of the top statio0ns in the country, along with ABC, ESPN, & The Fabulous Sports Babe.

Ed Brown At Work

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