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Marconi Award nominees "The Musers" in mornings, as well as "The Hardline" in afternoons, have been with The Ticket since its inception. Texas Radio Broadcasting Hall of Famer Norm Hitzges with Donovan Lewis and "BaD Radio" with Bob Sturm and Dan McDowell hold down the midday slots. All four daily shows consistently sit at the top of the Metroplex radio ratings. In addition to generating high ratings and garnering national awards, The Ticket is very involved in the local community and has raised well in excess of 2 million dollars with the help of their loyal "P1" listeners for local charities.

Stars broadcasters Josh Bogorad and Daryl Reaugh call the action on the ice, with Owen Newkirk and Bruce Levine hosting the Stars Pre-Game Show and Post-Game Show from the Valor Bar & Burgers at American Airlines Center after all home games.

 

In-Season Weekly Call-Ins
  • Wednesdays on BaD Radio (noon to 3 p.m.) - Tyler Seguin at 1:10 p.m.*

*Time subject to change

About the Broadcasters

Prior to joining the Stars, Bogorad served as the play-by-play announcer for the Alaska Aces in the ECHL and the Corpus Christi IceRays in the CHL. In 2011, Bogorad was voted the ECHL Broadcaster of the Year, his first season in the league. He was voted the CHL's Best Broadcaster in 2008, 2009, and 2010. Additionally, he was selected to call the CHL All-Star Game in 2005, 2007, and 2010, and he won the CHL's Communications Executive of the Year Award in 2007.

A native of Los Angeles, Calif., Bogorad began his broadcasting career with the Los Angeles Kings as the team's radio correspondent on 97.1-FM KLSX. He later attended the University of Arizona, where he served as a broadcaster for the school's hockey team in 2001. 

Bogorad and his wife, Andrea, reside in Dallas with their two sons, Mason and Aaron.

Reaugh came to Dallas from the Hartford Whalers, where he served as the color analyst on SportsChannel New England's telecasts during the 1995-96 campaign. He has also demonstrated his expertise on the national stage, having worked with NBC Sports Network, ABC, ESPN, FOX, and CBC's Hockey Night in Canada. Additionally, Reaugh expanded his talents beyond the broadcast booth as he provided the color analyst dialogue and voice for EA Sports' NHL '98 and NHL '99 video games.

As a player, Reaugh's career included stints in the NHL with both the Edmonton Oilers and the Hartford Whalers. Prior to turning pro, he was an all-star netminder for the Kamloops Blazers of the Western Hockey League and was named to their 25th Anniversary Team.

Daryl, his wife Kristin, who was instrumental in starting the Dallas Stars Foundation, and their two daughters, Falyn and Kendyl, reside in Dallas.

He has also served as color commentator for the Binghamton Senators (2010-12), as well as play-by-play and director of public relations for both the Adirondack Phantoms (2009-10) and the Albany River Rats (2007-09). Now entering his 14th season of broadcasting professional hockey, Newkirk, 35, was part of Binghamton's run to the 2011 Calder Cup Final and was a member of the AHL Live broadcast team that called the 2009 AHL All-Star Classic in Worcester, Mass.

Prior to his time in the AHL, he was director of broadcasting for the ECHL's Elmira Jackals for four seasons (2003-07). In addition to his hockey experience, Newkirk has also broadcast for the Albany Firebirds (Arena Football2 - 2007-09) and Berkshire Black Bears (independent baseball - 2003). Newkirk is a graduate of Haverford College, where he earned his bachelor's degree in astronomy

LeVine began his broadcasting career at WFAA Channel 8 (ABC) in Dallas in 1983. Serving in several capacities, he earned six Katie Awards from the Dallas Press Club, a UPI, an AP award for outstanding reporting, and a Heartland Emmy Award.

A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., LeVine resides in Plano with his wife, Sherry, and their four children, Daniel, Marly, Franklin and Shane.

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