It was announced today, that beginning in August the Jeff Cameron Show (JCS) will air on RealTalk 93.3, Monday through Friday from 1-3 pm.
In addition, Cameron announced he will be joining Warchant.com. The radio show will be streamed live via Warchant media platforms.
Also, Seminole Headlines, a popular weekly show featuring Cameron, Warchant managing editor Ira Schoffel and senior writer Corey Clark, will air on Real Talk 93.3 and will be featured on all Warchant platforms.
Tallahassee Reports was the first to report that the Jeff Cameron Show would be looking for a new home after the sale of WTSM 97.9 ESPN in June.
At the time, Cameron told TR that he would remain on terrestrial radio in Tallahassee in the future, but could not be more specific at this time.
Cameron announced the recent developments on his Wednesday show and commented on the move at Warchant.com
“First of all, I feel a strong sense of gratitude,” Cameron said in announcing the move. “In my 20-plus years of covering Florida State athletics and sports at large, I’ve never taken it for granted. It’s a dream come true. I’m thankful to Gene Williams, with whom I’ve had both a professional and personal friendship the entire time. To have the opportunity to continue, ‘The Jeff Cameron Show,,’ with my dear friend and producer extraordinaire, Tom Lang, while also expanding our FSU coverage through multi-media platforms is immensely gratifying.”
Jon Jopling, the General Manager of RealTalk 93.3 said, “We are excited to be adding more Live and Local programming to our line-up at Real Talk 93.3. This move, in partnership with the amazing team at Warchant, is part of our commitment to provide the very best locally relevant content to our listeners, and we can’t wait to welcome The Jeff Cameron Show to our studios every weekday from 1-3pm.”
“I’m so incredibly excited that Jeff Cameron is joining the team,” said Gene Williams, founder and administrator of Warchant.com. “Being one of the iconic voices in Florida State sports, he completes the ultimate dream team at Warchant.com. With his passion for FSU, great sense of humor and two decades of experience covering the Seminoles, his addition to the team is a tremendous boon for our subscribers.”
Cameron started his broadcasting career as a sports talk host with Clear Channel in Tallahassee in 1998. He joined ESPN-Tallahassee in 2012.