For 20 years, Troy Hughes has lived and breathed radio.
At the age of 15, Troy started doing weekends at his hometown radio station, Texas 99.1 KNES.
While attending Texas A&M University, he served as the #1 rated night jock in Bryan-College Station on The Rock Station KTSR 92 under the name “Tommy Sledge.” In 1999, Troy made his way to Top 40 radio powerhouse, 106.1 KISS-FM, where he was named in a list of “Ones To Watch” by Billboard Magazine. After only 1 year, Troy was offered a job on the nationally syndicated show Kidd Kraddick In the Morning; serving as the program’s Imaging Director/On-Air Personality for the next 7 years and for their 70+ markets.
In 2007, Troy left KKITM to take a position with CBS Radio Dallas and in 2009 started working as a Producer for 105.3 THE FAN. Today, Troy is the Producer/On-Air Personality for New School with Shan and RJ and plays an active on-air role with various segments including “What’s Trending in DFW,” “Yo! Roger Raps!,” “Man Card Court” and “Houston Sucks.”
Whatever time he’s NOT devoting to radio, Troy spends it with his wife, Cindy, their children, Hunter, Avyn, and Harper.
Wrestling legend Kevin Von Erich joined The Fan in studio on Friday morning. Roy White became his latest victim…
New School’s Troy Hughes is now a movie star! Check him out in his latest spot for Clayton Homes.
“Car Ride Wit Daddy” features my two oldest kids, Avyn and Hunter, in the car with me. Thinks get interesting…
Troy traveled to New Orleans this weekend to attend WrestleMania 30!!! On his adventures, he spoke with two rather inebriated women on Bourbon Street,
Troy is excited as a fat kid in a cupcake store…he is in his happy place…WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans.
Yo! Roger Raps! has hosted some big names in recent weeks, including Doug Gottlieb, D.A., and Kliff Kingsbury. But today’s guest is more than just a name — she’s part of The Fan family.
Overnight National CBS Sports Radio host Damon Amendolara joined the voice of AT&T Stadium, Roger Emrich to recreate a DMX classic.
CBS Sports college basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb jumped behind the mic with the legendary Roger Emrich to create audio gold.
Miles Austin’s time with the Dallas Cowboys has come to an end. New School producer Troy Hughes bids farewell…
You’ve seen him on the field, but have you ever heard him behind the mic? It’s “Yo! Roger Raps!” with special guest and University of North Texas head coach Dan McCarney!
In one split second, the TCU employee angered a fanatic college fan base and sealed his fate as the former Assistant Athletic Director.
A Cleveland sports fan recently created a coloring book titled, “Why is Daddy Sad on Sunday?” RJ and Troy reviewed the moments with their 4 year-old kids.