Chris Arnold has been a radio/tv favorite in the Dallas /Ft. Worth area for years. But his broadcasting career actually began in Memphis, Tennessee.
At the age of 14, Chris hit the airwaves at WLOK radio and hasn’t stopped since. He continued working in radio and television while earning a Bachelors Degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma .
After he graduated he was hired at K104 radio as sports director. He was heard every morning at first with Tom Joyner, then as part of the legendary “Skip Murphy And Company Show”.
The show dominated the DFW market for 12 years and at one point was number one for six consecutive years. That’s 36 consecutive ratings periods.
“SMAC” won numerous national and local radio awards from all of the major media including Billboard Magazine’s major market morning show of the year.
Chris also hosted his own highly rated sports talk show from 1995-1999 on Sports Radio 1310 “The Ticket”. DFW sports radio listeners still quote lines made famous by his show, such as, “gotcha down.”,“movie watching is a sport.” and “people do love lists”
Since 1996, Chris has been an integral part of the NBA’s World Champion Dallas Mavericks broadcast team, serving as the Mavs game night Emcee. Prior to becoming the first ever emcee in the NBA he worked as court-side reporter on the Mavericks television broadcasts. In addition to his Mavericks correspondence, his television experience included working as a sports reporter at WFAA TV in Dallas .Chris’ work garnered a regional sports Emmy.
Prior to WFAA, he wrote, produced, and hosted “On The Beam” a syndicated African American entertainment television show that was seen by more than 20 million households in 46 cities across the US, Japan, the Caribbean, and in 17 countries in Africa.
Chris has covered every major sporting event the world has to offer: 25 Super Bowls, 21 NBA Finals, 2 Olympics, 13 Final Fours, 8 World Series, 26 Championship Boxing Title Fights, 25 NBA All Star Games, 8 Baseball All Star Games, 5 Pro Bowls, 15 College Football Bowl Games and even the World Cup.
Chris is also a very popular speaker, host and emcee. He’s spoken at major corporate seminars, civic groups, schools, charities, churches, sports banquets, golf tournaments, and more. From hosting events to providing career guidance to our youth, he truly enjoys reaching out and changing lives.
You can follow Chris on twitter @MrChrisArnold
The G-Bag Nation has arrived in Oxnard for Cowboys Training Camp!
The fellows of the Gbag Nation went fishing this past weekend at Fisherman’s Cove. Check out Chris Arnold’s video of the adventure!
The Fan has set-up shop to bring you non-stop live coverage from Texas Rangers Spring Training in Surprise, Arizona.
Chris takes his turn at the challenge…and takes his infamous ‘Oooooooweee!’ out into the world.
Think you are an efficient packer? You’ve got NOTHING on GBag Nation’s Chris Arnold.
The legend of the Fuel City zebra has taken on a life of its own. IT EXISTS! And here’s proof.
The GBag Nation’s Chris Arnold has accepted the ‘ice bucket challenge’ – who is next?
Chris feels guilty about the fact that the G-Bag Nation is in Oxnard…So what does he do? He plants the flag for all the G-Bag Nationals.
Chris Arnold and Cowboys sideline reporter Kristi Scales faceoff in a friendly 40-yard dash.
The G-Bag Nation arrived in force in Oxnard California over the weekend! We came this year to Cowboys Training Camp on a mission.
Chris Arnold lost a bet that the Dallas Mavericks would win 50 regular season games and pays up with push ups.
Yeah, UConn won the National Championship game over Kentucky’s incredible freshmen 60-54. It was a thrilling game, but the fans of basketball were the real winners.