Chris Arnold has
been a media fixture in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area since 1980. But
his broadcasting career actually began In 1973 in Memphis,
Tennessee. At age 14 Chris hit the airwaves At WLOK radio and
he hasn’t stopped since. He continued working In radio
and television while earning his bachelors in Journalism
At the University of Oklahoma. After he graduated he was hired
At K104 radio as sports director. He can be heard every morning
As part of the “Skip Cheatham & Da Playground.” show.
His remarkable 27year stint at K104 is the longest uninterrupted
weekday tenure of any radio sports figure in Texas history. Chris
has also hosted his own highly rated sports talk show from 1995
-1999 on Sports radio 1310 “The Ticket”.
Since 1996, Chris has been an integral part of the NBA’s
Dallas Mavericks broadcast team, serving as the Mavs courtside
reporter On television to his current role as host of the in-arena
broadcasts. In addition to his Mavericks duties, 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 black entertainment televison show
that was seen by more than 20 million Households in 46 cities
across the United States, Japan, the Caribbean, and in 17 countries
Chris has covered every major sporting event
in the world. 20 SuperBowls, 19 NBA Finals, 2 Olympics, 13
Final Fours, 8 World Series, 26 Championship Boxing Title Fights,
18 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 and host. He’s
spoken At major corporate seminars, civic groups, schools,
charities, Churches, sports banquets and more. From hosting
events to providing career guidance to our youth, he truly
enjoys reaching out and changing lives.