Roxanne is a co-host and producer on 98.7 The Fan’s Kirk & Dinger Morning Show. She is also the host of CBS WTSP’s Studio 10. Roxanne has served as anchor, host and reporter for FoxSportsFlorida.com, BrightHouse Sports and Bay News 9.
Roxanne began her career in public accounting as an auditor for Arthur Andersen and made the switch to journalism after learning about the television industry through auditing TV station clients. Roxanne graduated with a B.S. in Accounting from the University of South Florida.
She’s conducted hundreds of interviews with athletes recognizable across the nation, some of those who have changed the landscape of their sport, including Doug Williams and Tommy John, and others who are undisputed icons, like Derek Jeter. She has also interviewed Oscar winners in the entertainment industry—-Matt Damon, Christian Bale, and Billy Bob Thornton. She also specializes in media training, having worked with clients in the NFL, NBA and WWE.
Roxanne enjoys helping with the First Tee of St. Petersburg and with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas County. She loves movies, reading, and golf.
Roxanne’s favorite thing about being part of the Kirk & Dinger Morning Show is definitely not having to go to bed early most nights, but she does love the hustle-bustle of the early morning shift!
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Roxanne Wilder Invites You to Audition to Be a Radio Host for a Day & 5 P’s of Success in Sports Journalism
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